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Sign Up For DRY JULY, You Get To Stop Being an Alky For A Month, And People Will Donate Money For Cancer Research

It seems that getting people to donate money for cancer research nowadays revolves around growing facial hair, but if you’re tired of sporting muttonchops or a Magnum P.I. ‘stache during the Fall and Winter months and want a real challenge, might I suggest signing up for Dry July, a month-long sobriety test in which you stop drinking and in return people give you the money that they would have spent driving your drunk ass home from bars.

Yes, it really is that simple to raise money to help fight cancer…you know, if you can actually stop yourself from slamming down a 40 for once.

Now, I’m not saying that by participating in Dry July that your life will improve, or that you will finally learn some coping skills, but wouldn’t it be nice if you did something for others for a change? You know, other than cleaning up your own vomit off the floor.

If you’re interested in joining thousands of other people in raising money for cancer research, watch the video after the break and then sign up HERE.

There’s like prizes and stuff to help make the transition into sobriety easier for you…you selfish bastard.




Source: Awesome Robo

 

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