A recent realization we made while drinking beers in the park, is that while Macedonians truly know how to have a good time (and to much better music), it seems that, compared with Americans, they spread their fun in thinner layers. Just like our preferred way of consuming dairy, plopping tablespoons of butter atop all-American pancakes, we Americans try to consume a vast quantity of alcohol between the hours of 10 and 2 after which we all pass out and swear off that sort of fun for another 3 to 5 days.
Macedonians, however, shred reasonable amounts of fresh cheese atop cucumber and tomato shopska salads. They also drink from 9 at night until 6 in the morning, talking, dancing, drinking then talking some more and loitering until one strung-out person deigns to part ways for a limited 3 hours of dozing until work the very same day. The next day they do it again.
So it seems, as might be characteristic in many ways that we live, we condense our fun into little pockets of binge fun, while Macedonians spread theirs thin and long. We wonder, what's better: the inclined plane or the vertical jump? Take your pick.