Monday, December 22, 2014

Drunk-dial members of Congress with help from the best website ever created

Pissed off that you can't visit Washington D.C.'s finest memorials? Angry that the panda cam is dark? Absolutely violently ill over the idea that families of slain service members are left to foot the bill for funeral services? Bored while waiting for your free vibrator thanks to the fine folks at vibrators.com? Drunk-dial a member of Congress and let out some frustration.

Drunk-dial members of Congress with help from the best website ever created

Pissed off that you can't visit Washington D.C.'s finest memorials? Angry that the panda cam is dark? Absolutely, violently ill over the idea that families of slain service members are left to foot the bill for funeral services? Bored while waiting for your free vibrator thanks to the fine folks at vibrators.com? Drunk-dial a member of Congress and let out some frustration.

A new website means to simplify the process of have five too many glasses of whiskey and calling to complain about the government shutdown by dialing a random member of Congress for you.

All you have to do is go to DrunkDialCongress.org, plug-in your cell phone number, and wait for the service to connect you to one of our country's idling lawmakers.

The DrunkDialCongress folks are even kind enough to provide talking points and drink recipes to help you remember what the hell you're supposed to be talking about.

I'm practically giddy waiting for the site to connect me to Rep. Ander Crenshaw (R) of Florida's 4th district so that I can troll him about the Jaguars, complain about not being able to visit Independence Hall, and ask him if his refigerator is running. [h/t Gawker]

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