I understand how people feel. Nowadays, purim is probably more wild because some drink more than is required and then make others annoyed with their behavior. Or maybe someone gets sick from having too much. - Eventhough it's a mitzvah to drink on this day, the problem comes when people drink too much and act too wild and don't focus enough on the message of purim and making the day meaningful. Me personally, I like to see people acting silly but in a good controlled way that makes the day more interesting and joyful.
What helps to enjoy the day is to concentrate on why we are celebrating. We are celebrating because we were almost annihilated by Haman in Persia but we survived. We prayed and fasted and G-d turned around the bad decree. That's why we celebrate. Like some of you probably heard before, G-d is not mentioned in the story but He was there guiding Mordechai and Esther and helping them to save the Jewish people. This story gives us a good lesson about hidden miracles and that He is always there with us even when we don't see Him.
True, some people might not behave like they should, but we shouldn't let them ruin it for us. And we should still have a good time. I think what we should do is try to be a good example for others to follow.
May we have an enjoyable and meaningful purim
funny purim post coming soon