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Josh Brolin commemmorated his 5 years of sobriety by sharing a lengthy story about being drunk on Instagram.

On the Tuesday, January 8 post, the Thanos depicter in "Avengers: Infinity War" recounted the feeling of being drunk in a very stomach-churning way.
Posting a blurry picture of himself sticking his tongue out during a night out with his friends, the 50-year-old actor wrote, "Drunk: when you think you're having a rip roaring time and the next morning you wake up and your brain has broken into a frenzied beehive and your body is shattered shards of sharp glass desperately searching for what fits where."
"And your spirit is being eaten by worms with great white bloodied teeth and your heart has shriveled into a black prune churning your intestines to the point where dysentery feels attractive and you can't remember anything you did so you roll out of bed over last night's urine and you dial your best friend's phone number because you recall him lifting you over his head, your whole self, before you hit and broke through the drywall and, you think, a large aquarium," he continued.
"And the phone on the other end rings and he picks it up, that clambering for a phone, the clumsiness of a hardline, and you say: 'What did I do last night?!' and he answers, after a great pause: '...Dude...,' " he concluded. He ended this story with a hashtag "5years" to mark the milestone of his sobriety.
This isn't the first time the "Deadpool 2" star opened up about his drinking issue. Back in June 2018, he revealed in an interview with New York Times that being drunk made him lose his self-control. "There's something that happens to me when I drink that all moral code disappears," he said.
"So it's like if I were to take that drink," he continued. "After about halfway through I would start thinking about jumping out that window - not to kill myself, but because there must be somebody down there to catch me, and I wonder if I can pull it off or if I could land on that can. It just seemed like fun."
He also admitted that he wanted to be more drunk, except without actually having to consume the alcohol. "I want to live more drunk," he said. "I want to live drunkenly. I just don't want to take the drink."

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