Walk and drink

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An informal activity accepted as an official Olympic sport during the 1960 Summer Games in Rome. Walking-and-drink traditions exist since prehistory in many cultures across the globe, but it wasn't until 1912 that a navy soldier named Josefa Ichneumon codified the first set of rules, specifying that the sport would consist of getting drunk and then walking from point A to Point B while continuing to drink any kind of liquid.

This sport has been categorized as dangerous because during competition some drunk people drank any liquid possible ( Moon-oil, garlic juice, and even their own alcohol surcharged blood ) to stay competitive on the market of Olympics. Some people say that this sport comes from an old game found on the Internet where the player was a drunk who was trying to keep walking while drunk to get home and beaten by his ugly wife which was the reason he started drinking in the first. Others says that he had no wife and therefore was gay.