My hobbies include drinking, partying, and wandering around campus drunk and loud in a pack of other coeds at 3am

My hobbies include drinking, partying, and wandering around campus drunk and loud in a pack of other coeds at 3am

Oh yeah? Well if it's not a personality trait then why do I do it uncontrollably?

Checkmate.

Please someone send this to the writers of Rick & Morty and whoever made the Iron Man movies.

I still don't see the need to write 2018 as 2k18? What do you gain by it? It's not even shorter.

It goes way beyond that though; Archer, Jessica Jones, and Game of Thrones are all guilty of romanticizing alcoholism.

Good thing I can keep my drug trait.

Checkmate atheists.

Yeah, no, not really. At no point in any of those is it portrayed in a positive light. Rick is a vile piece of human garbage. Archer gets shit done despite being drunk most of the time, not due to it. Jessica Jones is called out on her drinking several times, and actively acknowledges it's bad, but can't stop. Tyrion is clearly shown as using it as a coping mechanism, and is pretty useless when drunk.

The closest is Iron Man, but alcoholism/recovering alcoholism is a major part of what drives Tony Stark, so that's unavoidable. Again, though, he gets shit done despite it, like Archer. I'm convinced that if Disney hadn't bought Marvel when they did, we'd have had Demon in a Bottle as the storyline for IM3, which, in case you don't know, is the one in which Tony realises he's a danger to himself and others (because he pilots the armour while pissed out of his mind and nearly kills a load of people) and stops drinking. That makes for a hell of a moment in Fear Itself where, after many, many years of sobriety, he sacrifices it to Odin in a last-ditch attempt to turn the tide of the war (spoiler: it works). It wouldn't have meant anything if it hadn't been a massive struggle for him to stay sober so long.