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Old 10-31-2007, 02:14 PM   #11
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Oh wow, poor bastid. lol
I can drink pretty good if I want to, but I usually don't, and I usually have no problems with mixing. I guess hard cider is REALLY bad to mix...
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beer before liquor, youll get sicker. liquor before beer, youre in the clear.


something like that
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Old 10-31-2007, 02:18 PM   #13
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it should be noted that i hate missing class. theres almost always something important being covered. the last time i missed a class, it had a direct impact on my next test -- there were 5 questions on the test, i got a 78% -- missed two points on the first four questions but i had missed the class in which we covered the last question. missed that completely.

my fault, i should have figured out what was covered. but thats just an example of why i hate missing class.

right now my biggest problem is that i need to eat. i havent eaten since yesterday (a package of crackers), which im sure is no longer in my digestive tract after last night. the idea of a sandwich is really good and really appealing. but i cant muster up an appetite. moreover, i cant shake the feeling that whatever i eat will just end up in the feeding the porcelain god.
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Old 10-31-2007, 02:21 PM   #14
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My worst experience was on a New Years. about 8 beers (real beer, like Pacifico and Newcastle) and about 6 shots of 100 proof SoCo. I was fine that night, but the next morning I was so sick I had to have my gf drive us home. I'd never been so sick or hungover in my life. I didn't drink for about 3 months after that.
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My one friend has a somewhat funny problem. If he drinks more than one drink in an hour, he gets sick. Lol... poor guy.
Sounds like someone may have an allergy to alcohol.
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Poor guy!!

Boosty taught me a thing about Re-hydration.

See, when I was younger, the goal was to drink as much alcohol as I possibly could. Yeah, that left me feeling like CRAP and I wanted off that ride REAL QUICK!!

Now, as an adult, I drink water in between my beers and hard stuff, and im perfectly fine that night and the following day
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jwak, eat somehing. If you boot, it'll only be once, and then you'll be fine...
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jwak, eat somehing. If you boot, it'll only be once, and then you'll be fine...
I agree. Also, water water water. I always hydrate up the day before if I know I'm going to be drinking, then you can drink like a champ that night.
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Old 10-31-2007, 03:51 PM   #19
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...My one friend has a somewhat funny problem. If he drinks more than one drink in an hour, he gets sick. Lol... poor guy.
Boy, I feel his pain. More than 2 Mt Dews in a day, and I'm down.
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ya........i drank 3/4 of a 750 of aftershock..........i picked up my fish tank and dropped it........wasnt good
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