This drunkenness began in some other tavern. When I get back around to that place, I’ll be completely sober. ~Rumi | THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY

Mr. Cohan placed both hands on the bar. ‘Mr. Walsh,’ he said severely, ‘in Gavagan’s we will serve a man a drink to wet his whistle, or even because his old woman has pasted him with a dornick, but a drink to get drunk with I do not sell. Now I’m telling you you’ve had enough for tonight, and in the morning you’ll be thanking me…’ (“My Brother’s Keeper”)” ― Fletcher Pratt, Tales From Gavagan’s Bar

Source: This drunkenness began in some other tavern. When I get back around to that place, I’ll be completely sober. ~Rumi | THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY

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