Now, the villains in Eunice's stories are famous for being able to
hold their liquor. Hence, it's very difficult for an onlooker to gauge
how drunk one of her villains really is. Eunice decides that it's a good
idea to allow her villain to state how drunk he is, so, she writes a
If you're wondering about that "int" in front of the "howDrunkAmI()", Eunice
had to put that in because this method has a return value.
In order to let the editor know what sort of value was being returned, she
specified "int" (for integer) in front of the name of the method. Remember,
her editor doesn't like surprises, and if she didn't tell him what sort of
variable this method was going to return, he'd get all hot and flustered.
(Now, we don't want that, do we?)