Beer Tip of the Day

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It's generally not a good idea to drink more than three alcoholic beverages in the morning before 7:00 am. Unless you're attempting a non-conventional fish lure whilst fishing.

Comments

Anonymous said…
You shouldve had six.

The last 3 help keep the first 3 down.
Kris said…
But what keeps the last three down?
Although, as I'm not usually up by 7a.m., I don't think this will be a problem.
Stephanie said…
I think that recommendation kind of goes along with the one that if you've had a few too many the night before, have another when you wake up. Fortunately, I've never been in this position...although I DO wonder if this would've worked the same way with champagne...?? Hmmm...

Also, if you have seasick tendencies, it might benefit you to imbibe in some Dramamine rather than touching a Smirnoff. At least that would be MY decision (coming from the girl who turns green after five minutes of whale watching just outside a Pacific coast harbor after fish, chips, and a coke)!
Jay said…
I will add that the "seasick matey" was not I. I cannot, however, reveal that person's identity. BUT, I will say that on a cruise, I hadn't taken Dramamine. BUT, when my whole family took the non-drowsy version, I though, oh, I probably should too. Upon taking it, my stomach got upset, not from the boat, but from the medicine. SO, Dramamine is NOT my thing, needless to say!
Anonymous said…
champagne is stronger than beer, but unless you're downing the bottle by yourself, you shouldnt have a problem ;)

and hangovers are a result of dehydration and your body's response to alcohol in the system. do not have another in the morning, unless your goal is to delay and enhance your misery until that afternoon. the key is to slowly have some saltines and gatorade.


not that i know from personal experience or anything... A um... friend told me

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