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Advice: Make sure you eat before you consume alcohol!

The Amazing Lee

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I learnt the hard way last night.

I thought it would be clever to not eat and drink lots because normally it takes a fair bit of effort to get drunk.

BUT I drank a lot, passed out at the party which was being held at my gf's. woke up and then proceeded to be sick (thankfully in something, because I warned my girlfriend)


But I feel like such an idiot because normally I can control myself when I drink and I promised my girlfriend I wouldn't be sick.

Hopefully her parents aren't too bad about it. Well they were ok last night because I was left stranded at her house because my mate left me....probably because I was passed out.
 
Wow Lee you made the classic mistake of drinking on an empty stomach...

I thought only n00bs did that.
 
Spam is good beer chasers!:up: Fry it up, throw a slice of cheese on it, eat with mayo on bread.
 
boyscouT said:
Wow Lee you made the classic mistake of drinking on an empty stomach...

I thought only n00bs did that.

heh :(

I don't normally but because I'm getting to be a big guy....I thought it would be clever and help me to be a little more tipsy :(
 
The Amazing Lee said:
heh :(

I don't normally but because I'm getting to be a big guy....I thought it would be clever and help me to be a little more tipsy :(

Actually Lee it was inevitable. Food actually just makes you drunk longer, because your body switches priorities and your liver no longer is metabolizing the alcohol but instead metabolizing any food in your digestive tract.

So basically you just drank way too much or that was some hard alcohol!
 
Were you drinking liquor or beer? Mixing both? Last weekend, a buddy of mine was drinking Vodka, but he finished the night off w/ a lot of Rum. He was pretty sick.

Don't drink on an empty stomach
Don't mix liquor w/ beer
Don't mix light and dark liquor
and Don't drink quickly if you're a lightweight.

Follow that and you'll never have any problems. . .save a DUI/DWI/ or worse. . . but you won't have that awful queasy feeling.:up:
 
I was just drinking beer...:(

I must have had about 7-10 cans...I'm not sure.
 
boyscouT said:
lightweight.

I wish that was the case. I consume a tonne if I've eaten lol

I'm not used to drinking on an empty stomach.
 
The Amazing Lee said:
I was just drinking beer...:(

I must have had about 7-10 cans...I'm not sure.
I hope there was an adult supervising this party.
 
Wait wait wait...

"I didn`t eat because im getting a big guy"

Ever thought your getting big because your drinking so much!!??
 
black_dust said:
Wait wait wait...

"I didn`t eat because im getting a big guy"

Ever thought your getting big because your drinking so much!!??


I know that...I mean I didn't eat because it takes enough alcohol to get me drunk if I do :o
 
Dont drink then! problem solved all around :p then you wont feel like **** in the morning and waste a whole day of your life
 
Oh snap!

:eek:

I think you're on to something.

Shame, that comment will fly over my head :o

Until the next time I come in contact with a hangover again. :(
 
The Amazing Lee said:
Oh snap!

:eek:

I think you're on to something.

Shame, that comment will fly over my head :o

Until the next time I come in contact with a hangover again. :(
You should have a mouth like my avatar then you cant drink!!! cant eat either but thats beside the point
 
Sounds like a plan.

It's bullet proof, fool proof and FLAWLESS!
 

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