Try navigating those while drunk


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18 Responses to Try navigating those while drunk

  1. Scarecrow says:

    Once you’ve found the floor, the staircases shouldn’t be a problem. Oh, wait…am I sideways?

  2. brighteyes says:

    Hell, I couldn’t make it up those sober.

  3. Bad_Brad says:

    Not even sober.

  4. 9Booger says:

    Pretty fancy carpentry

  5. the other other Andrew says:


    And NO when I’m not drunk. That shit screws my head up.

  6. Cederq says:

    I don’t think drunk would even do it. Have a little MS and wobbly legs and see how ya do on those stairs if that is what ya call them.

  7. Unclezip says:

    That might be the idea.

  8. Jeremy says:

    I would almost put up cash if some one would install those and a camera at hiLlARy’s residence. Maybe her future residence in Florence Colorado?

  9. haha!@luis says:

    good for chickens.

  10. Daniel K Day says:

    I like the concept. You don’t get dizzy if you go down them fast, since you are not always turning in the same direction.

  11. The Rat Fink says:

    I saw a drunk walking down a city street during an earthquake once.
    I knew he wuz drunk cuz he wuz the only one waking straight down the sidewalk

  12. anonymous says:

    Took my brain a few seconds to process I was looking down into the stairwell. I thought I was looking at stair treads cut at an angle. Yeah, probably have to crawl down those babies.

  13. Steve the Engineer says:

    nice chimney. Fire code much ?

  14. Steve says:

    To add to the thrill, note the narrow end of the tread doesn’t touch the wall. Walk too close to the wall, and suddenly, it’s a lot bigger step. Just an additional trap for the unwary.

  15. TheOtherSean says:

    I think some here are missing the perspective. This is a shot almost straight down the stairwell. The light-colored wood are walls/railings. The black are steps. Note the three people in the photo, including the person toward lower right who is peering over the wall/railing.

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