Tuesday, November 23, 2010

for those who may be of knowledge:
if you know how to tyupe, is it easier to do it when your drunk, as opposed to not knowing how to type?

just asking...

7 comments:

Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...

Yes.

It's like speaking a language you think in while drunk, as opposed to one you have to mentally translate.

Gino said...

makes sense.
thanks.

RW said...

Can't say. I have never typed and drunked at the same time. Wanna buy a bridge.

Brian said...

Ha! I know I've had too much when my typing really starts to break down. But generally when I get to that point, I don't particularly enjoy trying to focus on a screen anyway...

kr said...

tyupe ;)?

I'd guess it's like any motor skill--sometimes if you've learned to do it drunk, you can do it well. The cerebellum (movement memory center) is chemical-environment dependent last I heard.

Several people in college, I was told, couldn't play ping-pong for shit sober, but as they got drunkerplaying beer pong they were deadly to the competition (who mostly played better sober).

Gino said...

kr: when i'm drunk, my fingers get very fat, and tend to float across the keyboard without much control.
(like last nite.)

Mr. D said...

I haven't drunk typed in a very long time. In fact, my drunk typing was done on a typewriter. Good thing, too. A send button with a drunk at the helm can be a big problem.