At midnight tonight, countless drunken partygoers will join together arm-in-arm and muddle through “Auld Lang Syne” to ring in a new year. And they may be just tipsy enough to think that it sounds good.
However, don’t despair you uninhibited revelers: humans aren’t the only ones who sing worse when they’re drunk. As it turns out, so do birds. And drunk birds may help researchers understand the brain basis of how humans create language.
We all know booze makes people slur