Nobody can predict the future. We don’t know what tomorrow will bring, or the next day, or the day after that. What we do know, however, is that you’re probably going to be a drunk mess on New Year’s Eve and that’s totally fine because 2015 is over and it’s time to celebrate. Below you will find a slew of Dachshunds who are here to help you glean some insight into what tomorrow night may bring for you. Aside from debauchery. We all know that’s going to happen.
1. When your mom calls to ask if you have any New Year’s Eve plans and you lie and tell her you’re just having a “quiet night in with the girls”.
2. When you’re getting ready for the party and you have a few drinks and tell your friends you look great and need a picture.
3. When you and your friend get to the club and realize it has an open bar.
4. When you see strangers in front of you taking a picture and you photobomb it because 2015 is almost over and you don’t need any other reason.
5. When your friends ask if you want another drink and you so don’t need one but you say yes anyway.
6. When midnight hits and everyone has someone to kiss and all you have is the buffet table.
7. When the edible you had before going out finally hits, and you don’t know who you are or what you are.
8. When you’re at the club and you see someone cute and you’re just like “I didn’t come here to play games.”
9. When the lights turn on at the club and you finally see what the person you’re dancing with looks like.
10. When you walk by “that girl” at the party.
11. When you leave the party but swing by a pizza place before the cab comes.
12. When one friend offers to pay for the cab and everyone’s like “I can fit!”
13. When it’s 3:00 am and the person you’re taking home with you wants to go “check out a fun bar” that’s “just around the corner”.
14. When you wake up the following day next to a stranger and you’re like, “wWo is this and what was I thinking?”
15. When your friends ask if you want to go to brunch on New Year’s Day and you wake up and literally, figuratively, and metaphorically just cannot right now.
Happy New Year, everyone! Stay Doxie.