I’m not sure if “Drunken Photos from the 1990s” is meant to be a series or not, but I happened to come across two images in my attic that fit the category and raised some questions I thought the Internet could answer.
The photo above is from a house party in the Central Hillside. It’s dated March 12, 1994. I know that it involves some kind of trick, but I can’t remember what the trick is. If memory serves me correctly, the woman on the couch has a slice of bread on her stomach. The guy standing over her burns a lighter under a shot glass or something, and then puts the shot glass over the bread and her stomach skin gets sucked up into the glass or something like that. Has anyone heard of this? It’s been 18 years, so I’ve kind of forgot.
I don’t know who these guys are, but I remember taking the above photograph at the Bob Dylan and Paul Simon concert at Bayfront Park on July 3, 1999. I just felt the need to capture the sheer joy on their faces as they chugged Jägermeister and Miller High Life at that awesome, muddy concert.
These days I wonder if the two clowns in this pic, and the gal peering over them for that matter, are still around town. Perhaps they are upstanding members of society and will be embarrassed by this. Or maybe they’ll be glad to relive the moment. Maybe we’ll find out.
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