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- Thu, 05 Sep 2019 17:51:26 EST AloT8zds No.282579
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I decided to mix my thrice weekly bottle of wine with an equal part of orange juice. I'm not nearly as drunk as I would have been if I had drunk it straight. What gives? Does ethanol react with something in orange juice that renders it ineffective? Is it because of the volume of liquid? Is there something in orange juice that counteracts the ffects of alcohol? Sugar?
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Arron jolly - Fri, 06 Sep 2019 00:52:00 EST 5YxoUgRx No.282584 Reply
>>282579
If anything sugar has shown to speed up booze effects maybe its ran through you too quick
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Reuben Bottingsod - Fri, 06 Sep 2019 23:30:22 EST TGI913aD No.282591 Reply
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$8 cooks
$4 tropicana
$10 solo cups
$20 cooler
hot summer day at a festival
$5 per drink
its that simple
especially with doses
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Isabella Charrywill - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 12:54:02 EST 2curTQnA No.282595 Reply
>>282579
>mix alcohol with something else
>not as drunk as alcohol alone
>WHAT GIVES
are you clinically retarded OP?
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Sidney Brookstone - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 21:34:08 EST 9QBBnhFL No.282599 Reply
>>282595
But all the booze still goes through his body?
It´s not, replaced ½ of glass contents with non-alcoholic.
It´s drinking more fluid on top of a fixed amount of alcohol.

Sounds like a sensible question to me.
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David Brottingwell - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 21:57:27 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.282616 Reply
>>282599

it takes more time to consume the larger diluted volume
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Shitting Bungerworth - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 18:20:12 EST AloT8zds No.282620 Reply
>>282595
Obviously I drank the same amount of alcohol and I also drank it more quickly because I knew I was lowering the abv.
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Albert Wiffingwell - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 11:38:24 EST XpZRcCZJ No.282680 Reply
ok stuff which goes in ends up in your stomach. your stomach controls how much passes on into your intestines via a sphincter*. alchohol absorption, or substance absorption in general, happens faster through the intestines than in the stomach or your mouth**. decreasing the strength of the booze you're consuming therefore, assuming you don't already have an empty stomach, slows the rate of absorption.

Alcohol is broken down by the liver. The livers input substance is blood, which is pumped at a fixed rate, and carries the alcohol around your system. Whilst your body constantly feeds your blood through your liver, the rate is slow enough such that stronger drinks can hit you faster, and you can reach a higher level of perceived effects.

*several sphincters, and it's more accurately your brain that instructs, but i'm tryna stick to what's relevant
**the membranes under your tongue are thin, and you have a decent blood supply, so you could maybe get drunk faster by holding shots of whiskey under your tongue, but i'm not sure it would be pleasant.
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Albert Funnerham - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 15:01:59 EST DQgPfbiZ No.282681 Reply
Immediate effects of alcohol are placebo. When people are drinking, they start acting more inebriated than they really are before the alcohol hits the brain, due to the expectation of what is going to happen. I think by drinking the OJ you removed the normal placebo you feel right after a drink because your body doesnt expect to get drunk off of OJ.
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Phyllis Fupperfedging - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 03:45:55 EST DQgPfbiZ No.282690 Reply
>>282684
Expectation matters is all I'm saying.

Like, OP has never gotten drunk off of OJ, but has off of wine. The taste of wine associated with countless nights of fun and warmth and inebriation.. or the taste of OJ, with the expectation of.. eggs. Or toast, or something, I dunno. That's why he's not as drunk.
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Henry Clazzledock - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 03:57:21 EST Ktx5U+KL No.282691 Reply
>>282690
Not really related to this discussion, but I knew an idiot who drank a bunch of orange juice and everclear when he was u-n-d-e-r-a-g-e and got alcohol poisoning and refused to touch orange juice for many years to come because he associated it with the feeling of death.
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Phyllis Fupperfedging - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 04:53:18 EST DQgPfbiZ No.282692 Reply
>>282691
actually very related. same thing in reverse. its why I hate certain drinks and love others. your body is smart, it remembers the good times and the bad.
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Angus Senningbet - Mon, 16 Sep 2019 12:58:03 EST CQmPacUy No.282695 Reply
>>282691
LOL. I got fucked up on the same combo when I was first learning how to drink.

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