MOST Britons consider drinking a lot of alcohol to be their greatest achievement.
Millions of people insisted their proudest moments involved the birth of child, a sporting event or career milestone before admitting that was an obvious lie.
Roy Hobbs, from Hatfield, said: “Okay fine, it was the time I drank 26 pints and nine shots during a 36-hour sauce fest in Mykonos.
“I’m only an ordinary guy with an ordinary life, but that day I was a hero.”
Dr Julian Cook said: “There are lots of goals in life outside of massive drinking benders. Marriage, parenthood and a career, even if you’re not a doctor. However I’m not saying that because I’m some sort of lightweight.
“I had 24 pints at a rugby club dinner. You might think I’d have lost count after the first dozen or so, but I didn’t.
“However this is very dangerous and as a medical professional I would advise strongly against it. Especially if you’re a lightweight – which I patently am not.”