The swedish poet Carl Michael Bellman (1740-1795) is Sweden's answer to William Shakespere.
He practicly lived in the many pub's bars and tavernas in Stockholm when not trying to please the king Gustav III and naturally many of his songs tell about the people he drank with.
He did also form a parody order: the Order of Bacchus.
To enter this order the demand was to have lay wasted in the gutter twice.
Example from a song written by Bellman:" Drink up your drink, there's death - he waits for you."