Cheap and effective way of getting drunk.

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I'll usually always buy a 70cl bottle of Vodka to pre drink before I head out, sometimes I might only have half depending on how late I start. Are there any better, cheaper alternatives to use?
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Paint stripper.
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Anything at Aldi.
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drink anti-freeze
go hospital
get stacks of ethanol to compete with antri-freeze
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Go for a cheaper vodka

like Glenns

*shudders*



Glenns does taste like **** tho

^^ go with painstripper (Y)
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Drink your friend's booze.
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(Original post by Muffinz)
Anything at Aldi.
Aldi is my life <3

And it's right next to my flat...
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I have a blood sugar problem which essentially means that if I've not eaten for a while, I can get completely and utterly off my tits (hallucinations, massive euphoric high etc) by eating a pound's worth of sherbet. Become me :awesome:
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Cheap wine!
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(Original post by kerily)
I have a blood sugar problem which essentially means that if I've not eaten for a while, I can get completely and utterly off my tits (hallucinations, massive euphoric high etc) by eating a pound's worth of sherbet. Become me :awesome:
I can do that too, but I prefer not to run the risk of going blind from hyperglycaemia.

£5 bottle of peach schnapps at Aldi = :love:
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Lighter fluid.
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If you are already hammered, go sharking for other peoples drinks like a pikey.

I wont however be doing this again considering the last time I did I remember drinking a glass of wine and then waking up on a bench with intermittent flashes of the night bus journey in-between. On the plus side, I may well have taken a bullet for some random lady that night albeit unintentionally.
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I second the Glenns suggestion, although I don't mind it too much. Just dilute it quite a lot to begin. It's not that bad if you can barely taste it. Think last time I got it it was £13 for a litre? Although being the class act I am that went in two nights, along with cheap cider. 37.5% (40 units per litre) :yy:
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(Original post by Muffinz)
I can do that too, but I prefer not to run the risk of going blind from hyperglycaemia.

£5 bottle of peach schnapps at Aldi = :love:
You mean £4.49 then 18p Aldi lemonade :sogood:
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(Original post by greeneyedgirl)
You mean £4.49 then 18p Aldi lemonade :sogood:
YES!!! I love it! I'm using google maps trying to find the closest Aldi to my uni choices just so I can get it lol
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YES!!! I love it! I'm using google maps trying to find the closest Aldi to my uni choices just so I can get it lol
Literally I am going to miss it when move flat next year...me and flaties have agreed to stock up on cheap aldi wine, taurus and peach schnapps from them =D
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I can do that too, but I prefer not to run the risk of going blind from hyperglycaemia.
My blood sugar drops like a stone after, so I only really run the risk of the low being damaging for me, but I don't care - the high is so indescribably good that I put up with the after-effects. (... I realise I am probably ****ing up my body, but it just doesn't occur to you that these things matter )
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(Original post by kerily)
My blood sugar drops like a stone after, so I only really run the risk of the low being damaging for me, but I don't care - the high is so indescribably good that I put up with the after-effects. (... I realise I am probably ****ing up my body, but it just doesn't occur to you that these things matter )
The problem is, if you go low and start displaying hypo symptoms (slurring words, shaking, nausea), and you smell of drink and nobody realises you have a condition, then everyone will just think you're pissed and won't help you. Running the risk of perminant brain damage scares me.

EDIT: NVM, you talked about sweeties. Still!
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Mindsweeping.
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Acting drunk
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