We've all had an experience with a drunk person. Even if you're a casual virgin when it comes to your life, there was a tiny moment in your life that included a drunk person. When it happens, you're completely in shock. Nothing in this world prepares you for it. It's all about coming up with a solution at that very moment.
That was the case with me.
One night, I was hanging out at my favorite karaoke club. I haven't been out in a long time. So going out that night was something I was really looking forward to. I was following the beat of the music, listening to rock n roll music. Ranging from Bon Jovi to Prince, everyone was having a good time.
At some point, the host demanded that audience members should come on stage in the middle of a Prince song. The ladies were dancing provocatively, trying to excite everyone that was watching them. Men were there too but they were upstaged within a few seconds by the women. One particular person that was having a good time was this drunk person standing right next to me. He was completely intoxicated and visually out of his mind. He looked over towards me and saw how excited I was watching all of those females dance.
For the next thirty minutes, he was provoking me to go onstage and dance with the rest of those females. Even though I was having fun, I didn't want to go up on stage. Besides, I was performing in a few more acts. So wearing myself out before going on stage would be a complete waste of time.
The results was a half hour of being cussed at and pushed by this drunk person. I know the average person would beat the living daylights out of him at that point, but I chose not to. Instead, he was escorted by security out of the bar. Right after he was gone, I wowed the crowd with my rendition of "Bye Bye Bye" by N'Sync.