• Was I drugged?

    So last Saturday me and my "friends" decided to have a get together at one of our local bars. I don't drink that much and had only two beers while the rest of my so called friends had at least several more than me. The bar closed at 2 so we decided to go to one of my friends' apartments. There... show more
    So last Saturday me and my "friends" decided to have a get together at one of our local bars. I don't drink that much and had only two beers while the rest of my so called friends had at least several more than me. The bar closed at 2 so we decided to go to one of my friends' apartments. There we drank some more but again I only had two. I started feeling a little buzz but was still aware of my surroundings. Then one of my firends suggest that he give me another drink, this time in a red cup. I said no thanks I'm fine but he kept insisting. So I gave in and had him giet me another beer. So I drank the beer and after the first couple sips I began to feel dizzy, I don't know why but I kept drinking it. It was very blurry and then I blacked out. I woke up in an alley and it didn't take me long to realize that the 60 bucks I had in my wallet was gone along with my credit card. I knew my friends did this but for some stupid reason i did not call the police. Is it too late to file a police report, I haven';t talked to any of them since and have no desire to again.
    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • Alcohol test?

    Best answer: A breathalyzer is a standard device for measuring blood alcohol content, or BAC. On average, a serving of alcohol, like a bottle of beer or a glass of wine contains about one-third to one-half ounce of pure alcohol, and it takes about one hour for each serving to be eliminated from your body. So you would pass... show more
    Best answer: A breathalyzer is a standard device for measuring blood alcohol content, or BAC. On average, a serving of alcohol, like a bottle of beer or a glass of wine contains about one-third to one-half ounce of pure alcohol, and it takes about one hour for each serving to be eliminated from your body. So you would pass that test.

    The “EtG” Urine Alcohol Test detects ethyl glucuronide in the urine, which confirms alcohol ingestion as long as 4 days prior, or about 90 hours after the liver metabolizes alcohol.The EtG test has become known as the “90 hour test” for detecting any amount of consumed ethyl alcohol recently.
    8 answers · 11 hours ago
  • I’m 19 and never drank alcohol, is that weird?

    Best answer: No, why would that be weird.

    That makes you smart.
    Best answer: No, why would that be weird.

    That makes you smart.
    23 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do people smuggle cigarettes?

    It’s not like every country doesn’t already sell cigarettes.
    It’s not like every country doesn’t already sell cigarettes.
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do Alcoholic Drinks with Milk make you drunk faster?

    Best answer: It's most likely not the milk but another factor. Alcohol can affect you differently depending on how much you have eaten, how tired you are, how much caffeine (or other drugs) you have consumed, or what mood you are in.
    Best answer: It's most likely not the milk but another factor. Alcohol can affect you differently depending on how much you have eaten, how tired you are, how much caffeine (or other drugs) you have consumed, or what mood you are in.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Does tobacco and alcohol money you spend at store go to the government??

    Best answer: Some of the tax money does, the rest of the money generally goes to the person selling it and the people that actually made it
    Best answer: Some of the tax money does, the rest of the money generally goes to the person selling it and the people that actually made it
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I go to a wine tasting in Paris with my mom if I'm only 17?

    Best answer: France doesn’t have a minimum age for consumption of beer & wine. It’s only 18 to *purchase* alcohol. As long as you don’t pick up the tab, you *should* be ok, especially since you’ll be with a parent. Allowed. Aloud = out loud If you are booking this, ASK if there is a minimum age for attendance. Just verify so... show more
    Best answer: France doesn’t have a minimum age for consumption of beer & wine. It’s only 18 to *purchase* alcohol. As long as you don’t pick up the tab, you *should* be ok, especially since you’ll be with a parent.

    Allowed. Aloud = out loud

    If you are booking this, ASK if there is a minimum age for attendance. Just verify so you can avoid an annoying surprise.

    Personally, I love ordering Province style Rosés and Saint Emillion while in Paris. Just a couple recommendations for ya.

    Have fun!!!
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • I don’t drink that much but I always seem to get black out drunk?

    I wouldn’t say I drink that much - at the time I know what I am doing I am fully aware of my actions at the time but the day after, it’s like I can’t remember much? Is this because my memory is just bad or do I really get black out drunk? This confuses me because as I say, in the moment, I am fully aware of my actions.
    I wouldn’t say I drink that much - at the time I know what I am doing I am fully aware of my actions at the time but the day after, it’s like I can’t remember much? Is this because my memory is just bad or do I really get black out drunk? This confuses me because as I say, in the moment, I am fully aware of my actions.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which is sweeter agave or honey?

    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can someone recommend me a light grassy tasting beer that not to sweet?

    Best answer: Mugs Root Beer. Works for me. Barq's is pertty good too.
    Best answer: Mugs Root Beer. Works for me. Barq's is pertty good too.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Which do you prefer: Red wine or white wine?

    Also, what is your favourite brand?
    Also, what is your favourite brand?
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Since alcohol is made from sugar and yeast does that mean if I put bread water and sugar in a cup for awhile it turns into alcohol?

    Best answer: That's called kvass. And, yes. And it can taste very very good if you work at it.
    Best answer: That's called kvass. And, yes. And it can taste very very good if you work at it.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • What’s a good beer for first timers?

    I’m 22 and I’ve never had a sip of beer in my life and but I want to try it out and see how it feels. W
    I’m 22 and I’ve never had a sip of beer in my life and but I want to try it out and see how it feels. W
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is simply cranberry cocktail alcohol?

    Best answer: No.
    Even though it has "cocktail" in the name, it has no alcohol, unless you wanted to add some yourself.
    Best answer: No.
    Even though it has "cocktail" in the name, it has no alcohol, unless you wanted to add some yourself.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Alcohol intolerance or What? Anyone else experience this?

    I had to stop drinking champagne a few years ago because within 15 minutes of consumption, I would get a horrendous headache. Over the weekend, I had 2 beers over a 7 hour period, along with a hearty meal. By the end of the night, I was nauseous, had a headache, and I was dizzy. I'm not sure if it's caused... show more
    I had to stop drinking champagne a few years ago because within 15 minutes of consumption, I would get a horrendous headache. Over the weekend, I had 2 beers over a 7 hour period, along with a hearty meal. By the end of the night, I was nauseous, had a headache, and I was dizzy. I'm not sure if it's caused by a particular ingredient, but this has happened a few times in the last few months. I can drink whiskey and other hard alcohol without this issue. Anyone know what the cause could be? Or does anyone else have this same issue?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • All teenagers drink alcohol in the UK?

    21 answers · 2 weeks ago