• Can t stop throwing up after drinking?

    Nothing is staying down. I m dry heaving at this point. What do I do?
    Nothing is staying down. I m dry heaving at this point. What do I do?
    10 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Can alcohol for drinking catch on fire?

    87 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is spending money on alcohol expensive?

    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Wine drinkers!!?

    What wine is fruity and good for beginners? I would like to start drinking a glass in the evening times but haven't found one yet.
    What wine is fruity and good for beginners? I would like to start drinking a glass in the evening times but haven't found one yet.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you enjoy a cocktail before or after dinner?

    Best answer: after
    Best answer: after
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is drinking underage a serious crime?

    Say I give my cousin some alcohol he is 19. Will it be on his record, say he gets caught walking in a zigzag on the streets and gets reported for being drunk. Can I get in trouble for giving alcohol
    Say I give my cousin some alcohol he is 19. Will it be on his record, say he gets caught walking in a zigzag on the streets and gets reported for being drunk. Can I get in trouble for giving alcohol
    6 answers · 16 hours ago
  • I'm a 19 year old female and about 145 pounds. Whenever i drink alcohol i get drunk REALLY quick. Why?

    I drank two shots of 80 proof of tequila and I'm still a little buzzed but earlier i was REALLY drunk. To the point of being borderline shitfaced. I am usually like this when it comes to alcohol. I get drunk so easily and my boyfriend thinks I'm faking it. Any ideas as to why I'm like this?
    I drank two shots of 80 proof of tequila and I'm still a little buzzed but earlier i was REALLY drunk. To the point of being borderline shitfaced. I am usually like this when it comes to alcohol. I get drunk so easily and my boyfriend thinks I'm faking it. Any ideas as to why I'm like this?
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • What are some popular alcohol drinks at a nightclub that taste good?

    Best answer: If it's a big, well-known club, chances are they will have a fine selection of drinks that appeal to women, which are generally big, fruity confections that get you plastered. Many clubs will even have their own cocktails which are worth a shot, so if you see a menu board with a drink that you've never... show more
    Best answer: If it's a big, well-known club, chances are they will have a fine selection of drinks that appeal to women, which are generally big, fruity confections that get you plastered. Many clubs will even have their own cocktails which are worth a shot, so if you see a menu board with a drink that you've never heard of, chances are it's going to be one of these.

    Also, old-fashioned or not, many clubs still make the standards: mai tai's, bellinis (champagne and fruity liquior), sex on the beach, tequila sunset, etc. Again, old-fashioned, but pretty much every bartender knows how to make them. The trends shift every year, and now it seems to be mules and beer cocktails. I've seen so many of these lately! Mules are very good though, and depending on what you get, you can't taste anything.

    Also, like ckngbbbls said, ask the bartender and tell them your preferences. It's their job to concoct drinks and make the customer happy. Many bartenders love what they do and won't feel slighted at having someone ask them what they should drink. I've done this countless times in my youth and all but a few bartenders were very kind and helpful.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • How does alcoholism start (other then drinking obviously)?

    Best answer: It starts when the subject feels that some internal problem of theirs becomes more bearable when they drink. We know that the likelihood of the subject making this connections seems to be determined by genetics. (Or possibly the sense of having an internal problem is the thing that is genetically transmitted...we... show more
    Best answer: It starts when the subject feels that some internal problem of theirs becomes more bearable when they drink. We know that the likelihood of the subject making this connections seems to be determined by genetics. (Or possibly the sense of having an internal problem is the thing that is genetically transmitted...we don't know which.) This can become sort of a "chicken or the egg" conundrum. However, most alcoholics will tell you they are self-medicating because they have difficulty with some aspect of who they are, or with some inescapable part of their lives. Maybe they feel they lack something they should have - or they are burdened with something they don't know how to deal with. To some extent, we all feel these things, so it is likely that alcoholism does not stem from a conviction that there is something wrong with us or wrong with our lives, but rather it stems from the importance we assign to that thought, the means we have for dealing with such thoughts, or the sense that alcohol provides relief that is not otherwise available.

    These are the same roots for ALL addiction problems, whether it is sex, gambling, drugs, or anything else.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Did the liquor win?

    Best answer: Yes it always seems to win.
    Best answer: Yes it always seems to win.
    4 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Does 3-4 shots of vodka get you buzzed or just a slight warm feeling?

    I don't get buzzed off 4 shots, probably because I'm tall and overweight. At the most I might get a very slight warm feeling for a couple of hours. I've known small people who get smashed off this amount though.
    I don't get buzzed off 4 shots, probably because I'm tall and overweight. At the most I might get a very slight warm feeling for a couple of hours. I've known small people who get smashed off this amount though.
    4 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Will leaving my Single Malt Scotch in my car during the winter affect the flavor?

    Best answer: For a long time I lived in Oklahoma, when bars were permitted to mix drinks, but not to sell liquor. You had to bring your own bottle to the bar, and the bartender would serve you your own booze with bar mix. I drank a blended scotch, and noticed that if I left the bottle in the car overnight in cold weather, it... show more
    Best answer: For a long time I lived in Oklahoma, when bars were permitted to mix drinks, but not to sell liquor. You had to bring your own bottle to the bar, and the bartender would serve you your own booze with bar mix. I drank a blended scotch, and noticed that if I left the bottle in the car overnight in cold weather, it would effect the taste. It tasted much sweeter to me, to the point I was ordering my scotch and soda with a twist. Try this:
    Put a shot of your scotch in the freezer overnight. The next evening make two identical drinks (straight up, ice, water or soda), one with the abused scotch, the other with some that has been held at room temp. I'm betting the freezer scotch is sweeter on the tongue than the 70° pampered stuff.
    6 answers · 3 days ago