posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 01:11 AM
I wish I knew why people think booze keeps someone warm.
I've had some bloody freezing nights outdoors where the bottle of plonk was not keeping me warm at all. Just making me hungry, and numbing the
shivering to a painful rumble.
It makes sense to tell people that the ol' vodka isn't going to save them. If they are under that misunderstanding, that is. Pretty sure however, if
old barny barfly wants a snifter of brown bag stolly, he can happily partake as he freezes to death.
I have always found alcohol to be unsatisfying as a thirst quencher or included with a meal. So when people give me a cold beer on a stinking hot day
after sweating out in the yard, I politely thank them and get water. Pisses me off really, I want the beer when I'm not dehydrated and in the midst
of energy expending.
In the heat it causes delirium quite quickly. and in the cold I can imagine it causing premature death when the body fails to respond normally to the
It's like watching someone who never drinks, suffer a traumatic experience, and then drink neat scotch like water... BOLLOCKS. It's horrible and
someone who doesn't drink will not go "Oh yeah baby, where have you been all my life." - they'll go "Oh christ, this is foul.." and hit the
bottle of 7up.
Screw the cake, the dog is a lie!!!!