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    (Original post by fortysixandtwo)
    Definitely whiskey.

    Jameson is the greatest drink ever.
    That's Guinness, but I'll rep you later for being so close.
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    Molotov Cocktail?

    No really, I think the higher the alcoholic volume, the more dangerous it will be, so thats things like whiskey and vodka really. But I dont drink and dont intend to.
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    i bought this lethal stuff in israel in october- its some russian spirit that it is 97.7%. It burns as it goes down your throat and into your stomach
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    (Original post by john87)
    absinthe
    Bonjela ergghh.
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    I heard methanol doesn't go down well.
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    Listerine.
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    Why do you feel like you have to get so drunk?
    Is it cause your personality is too lame and dull when sober?

    I'm sure glad i'm not like that.
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    Neat Southern Comfort. That was nearly my undoing as a naive teenager...
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    vodbull: classic vodka and red bull.
    Cheap nd gets the job done...
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    (Original post by Peachesishere)
    Why do you feel like you have to get so drunk?
    Is it cause your personality is too lame and dull when sober?

    I'm sure glad i'm not like that.
    Why do you feel the need to judge people who drink?
    Is it cause your personality is too lame and dull when sober?

    I'm sure glad i'm not like that.
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    (Original post by thegaffer91)
    try sainsbury's basic cider with a little bit of undiluted apple and blackcurrent squash. the squash makes it taste nice, and lets it go down easy, and the cider makes you drunk. due to the cheapness of the alcohol, you can get drunk quickly for not very much
    This with summer fruits instead.

    1.21 for 2l of 4.2% is about as cheap as you can get.
    Never drink it straight though. I'd rather drink straight vodka.
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    (Original post by Peachesishere)
    Is it cause your personality is too lame and dull when sober?
    I'm sure glad i'm not like that.
    lol THE IRONY IN THIS POST
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    (Original post by Carl)
    Why do you feel the need to judge people who drink?
    Is it cause your personality is too lame and dull when sober?

    I'm sure glad i'm not like that.
    I wasn't judging, i just asked a question.
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    White spirit.
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    (Original post by phen)
    lol THE IRONY IN THIS POST
    No no :p:

    Just some of us don't need to rely on drinking looaads to have a laugh (Y) Give it a try sometime, or maybe you have...
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    Whisky.
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    absinthe-quality stuff!
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    (Original post by Phalanges)
    Bleach.
    There are no alcohol groups in bleach as far as I'm aware. I could be wrong though.
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    absinthe is quite rough, but ive only had 55% alc vol absinthe in this country, it is available at up to 95%.


    "STROH" is austrian rum and its meant to be worse than absinthe
 
 
 
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