Twelfth Century monastic advice for those whose Friday night rocked:
"Qui bene bibit, bene dormit.
Qui bene dormit, cogitat non malum.
Qui cogitat non malum, non peccat.
Qui non pecat, venit in caelum.
Igitur: qui bene bibit, venit in caelum!"
Which, translated from the dog-Latin means roughly:
"He sleeps well who goodly drinks.
Who sleeps thus well no evil thinks.
Who thinks no evil never sins.
Who sins not, salvation wins.
Therefore: He who drinks so well, surely shall be saved from Hell."
On second thought, barkeep, make that a double.