Timothy Turner’s Being As I Am begins with a nameless protagonist in moderately mussed evening dress (Edmund Digby-Jones) walking into a room furnished with five bottles of gin upon a table, two glasses, and a single chair. He is, by all appearances, very drunk. Seeing the assemblage of bottles, he expresses a sentiment along the lines of ‘something about this situation just feels right’. An appreciative snigger from the audience indicates that perhaps some of us are more familiar with this type of predicament than we might otherwise wish to admit.
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