Posts Tagged ‘ Drunk ’

Shot Glass Roulette Drinking Game


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Liven up that boring party by adding booze to the mix with this Shot Glass Roulette drinking game. The game’s rules are quite simple. Every shot glass has 2 numbers and a color on it. Place your bets (using your glass), and if the ball stops on your number and color – bottoms up. The creators of the game opted for 3/4 ounce shot glasses, probably to keep people from getting drunk too quickly.

Surprising Facts About Booze


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Diet mixers get you more drunk.

According to study conducted in early 2013, spirits mixed with diet pop get you 18% drunker than spirits mixed with the ‘full fat’ varieties. The theory is that your body recognises full-sugar drinks as food, which slows down alcohol absorption, where as diet drinks don’t.

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Wanting to get drunk is natural. Possibly.

The ‘drunken monkey hypothesis’ put forward by Dr. Robert Dudley of the University of California suggests that human attraction to ethanol (pure alcohol) may have a genetic basis. He argued that the primate ancestor of homo sapiens had a high dependence on fruit as a food source, and consequently developed a genetic attraction to ripe and overripe fruit, which contains ethanol.

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 Big lads aren’t necessarily the biggest drinkers.

A beer belly might mean you’ve consumed a lot in the past, but it doesn’t mean you can automatically handle more alcohol in one go than someone slimmer. In fact, a lean person will be less affected by booze because water-rich muscle tissues absorb alcohol effectively, preventing it from reaching the brain.

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Cenosillicaphobia is a real phobia.

It means being scared of an empty glass.

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 Tequila has a lot in common with champagne.

Both drinks have ‘Denomination of Origin’, meaning they can only be produced in one place (a certain region of Mexico and France, respectively). Also, like champagne, tequila is one of the most closely regulated drinks in the world, watched by the Mexican government, the Tequila Regulatory Council, and the National Chamber of Tequila Producers.

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Booziest place in the world.

Is not Ireland, Russia, or any other country typically associated with a love for the sauce. Instead, that dubious honor goes to South Korea, who, according to a World Health Organization study, drinks more hard spirits than anywhere else — and is where Jinro soju comes from, the best-selling spirit on the planet.

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Champagne is dangerous.

And not just because it makes you attempt the worm at wedding discos, either. Thanks to the approximately 49 million bubbles in each one, the pressure in a bottle of champagne is 90 pounds per square inch — three times the pressure in car tires — meaning a popped cork really could take your eye out.

Common And Drake Squash The Beef?


With the Grammy’s occuring last night, a few devout Hip Hop heads noticed that both Common and Drake were both in attendance.  After Common’s repeated Drizzy disses, Drake simply said at a concert that Common should try and “say it to [his] mutha f*ckin face”.  The Grammys were certainly an opportunity for the two to come face to face, but instead, Common spoke to a drunken Toure’ (from Fuse TV) and seemed to squash the beef.   (A friend pointed out that after Common’s album was released, and he had to see Drake in person, he squashed the beef in a timely manner.)  But it’s a good things to see two emcees ending a feud that ultimately amounted to nothing but a few memorable songs and people talking sh*t.

As much as some would love to stop hearing about it (… like myself), word on the street is that the duo met coincidentally back stage, and got into some type of scuffle.  The police were called in to break up the confrontation, and before both parties left the building, it happened a second time.  Now, this is all rumors as of now, and I hate reporting on rumors, no matter what the topic, but if it’s true, I know people would love to know exactly what went on.

I’m Not Drunk, I’m Just Doing My Yoga.


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Absolut Vodka x San Francisco.


If the city of San Francisco were to be bottled, it would taste of grape, dragon fruit and papaya — exotic flavors that capture the unique mix of cultures, ethnicities and culinary heritage of a thriving, colorful city.  At least, that’s what one vodka maker thinks.  In the latest edition to a city-series that already includes New Orleans, Los Angeles, Boston, and Brooklyn, Absolut launched a bottle that pays homage to San Francisco’s diversity and culture Tuesday.  The new flavor is meant to reflect the Napa Valley and Sonoma, and the rich contributions of the Asian and Hispanic communities.  The vodka maker has also enlisted the help of prominent local artists like Miguel Migs, a ‘sonic ambassador,’ fashion designer Christopher Collins, artist and painter Erik Otto, and Kevin Rose, founder of social news website Digg.  Locals and fans of the city are invited to submit photos, drink recipes and ideas that celebrate San Francisco on the bottle’s Facebook site, www.facebook.com/ABSOLUT.  At the end of the campaign, the Absolut Capitol of SF will be awarded to the neighborhood with the most user support and participation.  Winners will receive a special placement tab on Facebook and a mural in their honor.  Absolut isn’t the first to name their vodka after a great city. St. Petersburg Lux Vodka is named in honor of its home city, and is made from an old Russian recipe.  Another recent vodka launch inspired by unconventional flavors is Cupcake Vodka, which launched in April.  Absolut SF is available across the US at major retailers, bars and restaurants.

Kid Cudi Wasted In Hollywood.


Apparently me and the LUL brothers from U.S.C. weren’t the only one who got a bit too rowdy in Los Angeles this weekend.  Check the video of Kid Cudi in L.A.

Kings Cup.


Every college student in the United States knows the notorious drinking game Kings Cup.  And we all know how much of a pain it is to explain the rules to someone who has never played before.  Well luckily the rap genius Paperface has simplified the task of laying out the rules to a newcomer by recording the song “Kings Cup”.  So next time your at a frat party, birthday, or just bored with some friends, and you need to spell out the rules, just play the track.  Click the pic to download.

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