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Party rocker Andrew WK is perhaps the hardest partier in all of partydom, and with Lindsay Lohan and Keith Richards still alive, that’s not something to be sneezed at.

Especially if you’re in his condition.

Andrew (or Mr. WK if you prefer) boasts an anthem called Party Hard, a Twitter background which is the word “Party” endlessly repeated, and a Twitter bio which reads, “ANDREW W.K. = PARTY. Feel good party dude, international rock 'n' roller, motivational speaker, TV entertainer, nightclub owner. PARTY HARD FOREVER.”

He has publicly advocated for the overstuffing of horses with sweetened milk until it pours out their hooves, and exhorted his followers to “PARTY TIP: Let 'er rip, and let 'er tip! And gulp and swig, but never sip!”

Are we getting the picture? Good.

Then there will be no clutching of metaphorical pearls when we unveil today’s Morning GIF: AndrewWK’s hard-partying Twitter avatar, an animated version of the cover of his 2001 hit album, I Get Wet. It can be viewed 11 years later as a prescient mashup of vampire and hard rock aesthetics. Or just as incriminating evidence, depending on whether he’s playing your party or dropping off your daughter.

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