Post your best/worst alc poisoning stories from yourself or friends?
If repost make fun of me
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first what kind of booze did he chug?
Second, so my Jr year of highschool (I think it was) my buddy had a party so a bunch of us went. I was determined to get shit rocked, so I started doing shot for shot (I believe it was black velvet) with a buddy of mine. We both get pretty fucked up, decided it was time to turn up the volume and drink Tequila. Took a couple shots (tell you the truth to this day I have no Idea what I drank and how much). End up getting all sort of fucked up. Start trying to walk around the party, end up rolling on the ground for a while. Room starts spinning. I am escorted to the backdeck with a garbage can. Start throwing up. My buddy in the meantime is out in the back yard thinking it is a good idea to start braking huge sticks over his head. He knocks himself out. He is brought back to his house.
Back to me. I am throwing up for at least 30 mins or so. I get brought home by a friend (who by the way is sober). It takes me like 10 mins to walk up my driveway. I sneak in the house and my sister (who is in college is standing there). She looks at me and says Jim we have an issue. YOu are way too fucked up and I think you may have alcohol poisoning. So she gets my rents, my mom stays up with me all night. I finally fall asleep or rather pass out. To be woken at 8 am and made to go to church and then do lawn work all day. My sister told me that I was throwing up blood all night.
I have also seen a couple poeple during my highschool career be carted off to the Hos to get their stomach pumped.
This was over 15 years ago, I have since grown up sort of.
Alcohol’s intoxicating effects
BAC 0.02-0.03: slight euphoria, loss of shyness/anxiety
BAC 0.04-0.06: feel warm, euphoric; some impairment of reasoning and memory
BAC 0.07-0.09: feel euphoric; judgment and self-control impaired; reasoning and memory impaired; impairment of motor skills and senses
BAC 0.10-0.12: further loss of motor skills, senses, and judgment
BAC 0.13-0.15: blurred vision and major loss of balance; onset of anxiety
BAC 0.16-0.20: anxious, nausea, sloppy drunk
BAC 0.25: nausea and vomiting, total mental confusion, need walking assistance
BAC 0.30: unconscious
BAC 0.40: coma & death
BAC = blood alcohol content (remember 0.08 is the legal limit in Ohio)