There’s an excellent double entendre opportunity
At some point, one of your friends might say they’re okay to drive. You’ll tell them no. They’ll say, “No, no, I’m cool.” You’ll nod your head, smile, and say “You are not cool.” For a second they won’t be sure if you meant cool to drive or cool in general. That is a very pleasurable second.
Mrs. Purdoff is 82 years old. She’s been manning the Milwaukee Brewers designated driver booth since 1989, doling out 500 soda coupons a game to qualified individuals (21+, have a parking pass, promise not to drink). People love her. Even if you’re not currently attending a Brewers game (statistically speaking, it’s unlikely), just knowing that you’re karmically making her and people like her happy ought to boost your spiritual well-being score by at least, like, 5 points.
Tomorrow will be great
Not because you’re going to exercise, or run errands, or “get things done.” All those things are fine, but the real reason tomorrow will be great is because you’ll feel fresh enough to eat a giant breakfast, then take a nap, and then roll straight into brunch. You'll be the stuff of legend.