When the night draws to a close there is always a deliberation. Walk or play it safe and get a taxi?
Opting for the tipsy stumble home can seem like a fantastic idea when you’ve still got energy to burn, it can also hold some potentially hilarious encounters along the way.
We’ve compiled a list of every stereotype you’ll come across as you make your way back home.
1 – The “had one too many”
The drunk one who is on a mission to make it home but walks like an extra from the walking dead.
2 – The late night muncher
The hungry one who is most likely loitering around the takeaway or leaning against a lamp-post dining on a kebab or cheesy chips.
3 – The samaritan
The angel like individual helping those in a more sorry state than themselves, the true heroes of the night.
4 – The road walker
The one whom strolls leisurely in the middle of the road for no real purpose except for the fact they can.
5 – The stealer
The individual who finds it humorous to steal traffic cones, small potted plants or the odd diversion sign.
6 – The fighter
The one who for some reason has got to assert themselves as a dominant force…
7 – The late night worker
Anything from the roadside cleaners, policemen or if you are late enough the milkman.
8 – The sleeper
The individual who has surpassed the ‘one too many’ stage and is now passed out on a nearby bench.
9 – The chatty loner
The individual who has somehow lost their crew but annoyingly initiates conversation with anybody in their path.
10- The singers
The individual or group who decide to sing anything from chart hits to their favourite hometown football songs.