You're seeking experiences and opinions without a goal in mind. I can't really imagine how it could be refactored into something useful for the site. It seems like you just have some subtle curiosity about what folks do when they're drunk or something and maybe that's best just a general question floated out onto a blog.
While it could have been fairly chatty, this Ask MeFi post on childhood experiences that changed your life is really great reading.
"Life-altering experiences. Can you point to a single experience in your life, as a child, which you can define as having contributed to the person you are today?
I guess I'm looking for an experience which you can look back on and say " That shaped my personality as an adult." An example might be: I went to a slaughterhouse and decided to become a vegetarian.
Richard Feynman described thinking as basically just talking to yourself. [Eleven sentences elided]
[...] Do successful artists see something in their mind that facilitates the painting process, and if people that can't paint as well (me) know the process of of [sic] how good painters paint, can I maybe start painting a whole lot better? What are some ways that you think while doing random actions?
How were you disciplined as a child? The topic of disciplining children and corporal punishment came up on the most recent episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, in reference to Jamie Foxx's Oscar speech (in which Foxx talked about his grandmother who "whipped him"). How were you disciplined as a child? ...by your parents? ...teachers? ...other authority figures? What kind of effect did this have on you at the time and now? How has it influenced your treatment of others? (Such as how you discipline your own children.)