If anyone puts beer in the "stupid heavy" category, you are hereby uninvited from any future trips with me.
A good buddy of mine is quite the food and liquor connoisseur. We're on an overnight together...Upon reaching camp, we unpack, go through the standard chores, and start in on some beer. I discover he's brought steaks, lamb, shitake mushrooms, all manner of sauces and condiments and nuts, an $80 bottle of whiskey, a jar of pickled artichoke hearts, olives, bread, cheese... I noticed his pack was huge and heavy looking on the way in but didn't comment.
He did, however, neglect to bring a sleeping bag.
When I question him on this, he says it wouldn't fit with all the food, and it was warm at home, so he figured he'd be fine.
It was cold that night.
Fortunately for him, come 1AM when the festivities are over, he's drunk enough on whiskey to not know how cold it is. I offer to loan him my jacket and all my spare clothes. He declines and waves me off, passing out promptly.
Come 5AM, after the whiskey wears off, he's shivering violently.
I get up and tell him to take my sleeping bag to get warm.
Bad idea, as I needed to be on the trail and out early. He now passes out for the next 4 hours and won't wake up despite shoving, yelling, and poking.
I'd have dumped a bucket of water on his head, but it was a new Western Mountaineering Summerlite he was sleeping in....
Not sure if this counts as stupid heavy or stupid light. Or just plain stupid.
But then again, the steak and lamb and whiskey were fabulous.