View Full Version : Mixing booze
03-15-2004, 12:38 AM
Whenever I mix alcohol, such as Rum and R&R, Tequila and Vodka, etc., I always get royally fucked over and end up passed out in a pool of my own vomit. If I'm drinking one type of booze, I can go on and on indefinitely it would seem. Is this something that just happens to me? Or is this something that the human body in general can't tolerate? I seem to be the only one who complains about it. I almost died last weekend and the weekend before because of it. That's a rough way to spend a night.
On a side note, any of you passed out in any interesting places?
03-15-2004, 01:19 AM
Beer before liquor, throw up quicker. Liquor before beer, you're in the clear.
Just had to get that in the clear. Anyways, it's a good rule to try not to mix liquors, and when you do, do the heaviest stuff first.
You're not the only one this happens to.
And a better end question would be "wake up in any interesting places", as many of us don't remember where we pass out and usually wake up in the hospital or worse- Dairy Queen.
03-15-2004, 01:56 AM
Hahaha, yeah, I suppose where have you woken up would be the better question.. and Dairy Queen? That's golden :D
03-15-2004, 02:22 AM
I once woke up naked in the back alley of a hotel in Las Vegas with a naked 325lb black man next to me.
Oh, we're talking about when we drank too much and passed out and didn't remember what transpired? Nope, never had that happen.
03-15-2004, 10:51 PM
I think this might be a myth and it is simply a coincidence that people get sick when they mix stuff. I drink like a hobo when in a social situation. I drink as much as whatever i can easily get my hands on, which frequently means mixing hard liquors, mixing beer and liquor, mixing wine and liquor, mixing liquor and milkshakes...et cetera and I never get sick.
Maybe it is because my stomach was replaced at a young age by a live badger.
03-15-2004, 11:11 PM
Worst I did, was something I brought on myself, in the form of new years eve. When you shoot strait shots of Bacardi 151, chasing it with some 30 year old scotch is a breeze, and seems like a good idea.
I woke up on the Futon at Tlilaxiuscum's house, with a cat desperately vying for my attention. I contemplated throwing up on it, as a means of self defense, but thought better of it.