My brother used to do this. I mocked him until i tried it and found it was mighty tasty with a crunch of salt.
Fortunately I never made it a habit.
You may notice that I am no longer attending the Boston and NYC comic cons. Why? Because they were moved to different dates. I have not posted this until now because I was never told, and only by luck just looked at their website. Sigh.
So I now will be in New England the weekends of Sep 17-18 and 24-25 with no conventions (I’ve already bought the ticket). If anyone has ANY ideas or contacts or anything for conventions, signings, fests, etc, I am open to hearing.
When I was young, I found it fun to pretend I was drunk. Oddly, even when I was still young, I began feeling nausea from rolling down hills (and still do), despite wanting to delight in it. Little did I know how real the make-believe was.
One of the few parodies I did in Dee, not a bad choice to play with, but perhaps somewhat of an unusual choice. “Seabiscuit” did pretty well at the box office and had come out a couple years earlier.