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On a scale of 2-15, how many units of alcohol does it take for you to get tipsy? (A unit of alcohol is roughly equivalent to a shot.)
I've only ever taken a single sip of alcohol and immediately decided it wasn't for me. So I'm not sure. I would assume only a few though.
I don't know, I don't drink alcohol.
Depends on the kind of alcohol, the time of day, and how much I've eaten that day. A glass-and-a-half of wine at work over a 3-course lunch, with table water and free-flowing coffee to finish, pleasantly eases the conversation.
But a glass-and-a-half between lunch and dinner, and work after that is out of the question.
After 5 drinks I pass the point of not giving a fuck about the rest of the drinks.
half a 750ml bottle is about enough for me and any more is too much
and any more than a quarter to a third of a 750 hurts too much next mornin anyhow
Idk what a unit is but depending on how much I've been drinking that month it can be anywhere from 4 to 8 shots of whiskey. All depends on my tolerance.
You guys count units?
i do lol
depends on how fast i've been consuming. the last time, it took about 12 beers (abt 5% abv-ish) and 4 -5 glasses of whiskey, but i had been drinking from about 4:00 pm to 6:00 am, so i had a lot of time.
I don't get drunk anymore and I drink like 12 cans a day
20+ units. I'm Irish, I can hold me drink!
I have no idea what a unit is and have never seen a scale of 2-15. I guess i am in the middle
A bottle of whiskey! Any more and the next morning is hell.
Tho in my university years, me and 3 buddies managed 3 bottles of vodka, 1 case of beer and 3/4 of a bottle of whiskey on one Saturday.
It's generally around two or three strong drinks. I'm east asian, so I get very flushed and dizzy. So I can't hold my alcohol worth a shit.
Would u rather be a bath or a toilet
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