when the wine is in, the wit is out

Aphorism #887.
“when the wine is in, the wit is out”

See Also:
when the tree is fallen, everyone runs to it with his axe
when the wolf grows old, the crow rides him

As always, please comment if you have any further analysis of this particular aphorism (or if you disagree with my analysis) – or if you have a good story!

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