Sorry i have no idea about it, never tried cigarette or drinks.
asked Oct 03 '11 at 15:03
Ignorance can sometimes be good for you.
I hope this does not come across as an ad for drinking because here in the UK we drink far too much.
It goes a little something like this...
2 or 3 drinks Happy feeling for most, utterly depressed for some. (this is about my limit these days)
4 or 5 drinks. Your feeling become more loose and you are inclined to talk more freely than you normally would + less self restraint & a lot of people become more friendly towards each other while some get really angry and then fight. (thankfully I was in the happy camp)
6, 7, or 8 beers the room starts to spin a bit, this part is fun and this is where I stop drinking.
... by now you will start to need to go to the toilet a lot and may be incapable of getting more drunk on beer. Remember that beer does not replace water so you are gradually getting dehydrated.
By now u've started hitting the shots (vodka & many others) and you probably still feel about the same as you did when you left the 8th or 9th beer behind. Just give it another 30 or some minutes.
Now the room has started to really spin and you might stop being able to walk propperly and loose co-ordination. You may even throw up.
If you have followed this recipied you will either have passed out somewhere and wake up not remembering what you did with a hangover partly because the alcohol has dried up all the liquid in your brain giving you a pounding headache, a general ill and bad well being will hunt you for the rest of the day.
You may also wake up still feeling drunk if you have drunk a lot the night before.
Drinking a lot will cause you to gain weight if you don't exorcise enough and always drinking shots (such as vodka) will destroy your liver in the long run
You may get alcohol poisoning. You may get your drink spiked and get raped, you may end up sleeping with some horrible person or catching and STD, you may hurt yourself due to your lack of bodily control.
You may also have a LOT of fun too.
I used to drink far too much in university. It sort of put me off it, but I've never spewed from drinking and I know my own limits and stick to them now when I go out. Sometimes people think I'm being a party proper by not getting totally wasted anymore.
If you need alcohol to 'be yourself' or have a good time then there is something really wrong with you.
answered Oct 03 '11 at 17:38
Personally, I don't see the point in alcohol and why so many people feel they must drink it and it's the "only way to have fun." There are much better ways to "have fun" than getting yourself buzzed or drunk and risk making bad decisions.
I will now make a list of all the side-effects and drawbacks of beer:
answered Oct 04 '11 at 13:42