Woman guilty of DUI in Listerine case
I try not to post stories that are already funny, but this is too good. I mean, what was Carol Ries flipping thinking? I think we all agree that she has real drinking problem, but I came up with some possible scenarios for her, umm, bizarre behavior:
1. Deeply traumatized from vicious halitosis teasing as a child, Ries now drinks a glass of refreshing Listerine after every meal to kill the pain.
2. Remembering that scent is the strongest sense tied to memory, Ries wanted to make a very strong impression at her job interview.
3. Sick of inhaling the foul CO2 output of co-worker "Stinky" Ed, Carol was hoping for a "second-hand Listerining" effect.
4. She simply figured it was impossible to get intoxicated on the stuff. I mean, shoot, it says on the package that alcohol is an inactive ingredient!
5. It's cheaper than "traditional" alcoholic beverages.
6. Thoroughly committed to honoring her Irish heritage, Ries only drinks green alcoholic products. And unless it's Saint Patty's day, well, the options are pretty few and far between.
7. Carol Ries, returning from Listerine commercial auditions, was enraged after being told by talent evaluators that she "couldn't handle the germ-killing action." She'd show them!
8. Thought to self, "Well, if I get drunk on Listerine, the officers won't be able to smell alcohol on my breath!"
Ah yes. If only the minty freshness could mask the stupidity...
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