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    Can you ?
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    yh ofc
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    700ml, 15% alcohol, 105ml or 10.5 units of alcohol per bottle. Yep, I'd say so :lol:
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    Nah
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    Done it before. It's basically equivalent of a fairly strong bottle of wine, which would indeed get you drunk after a full bottle.
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    Depends what you can handle.
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    Drank 2.5 bottles of the stuff in one night.

    Wasn't that bad.
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    (Original post by Notoriety)
    Drank 2.5 bottles of the stuff in one night.

    Wasn't that bad.
    You're not a real man until you've drank at least nine bottles and a bathtub full of whiskey in one sitting.
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    (Original post by Andyboi)
    You're not a real man until you've drank at least nine bottles and a bathtub full of whiskey in one sitting.
    Usual Tuesday night.
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    So if I buy a bottle of cherry sourz and a 500ml koppaberg I’ll get pretty ****ed ?
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    (Original post by Andyboi)
    You're not a real man until you've drank at least nine bottles and a bathtub full of whiskey in one sitting.
    Quiet, virginal child.

    You build up quite a tolerance in the first two months of first year. 1l bottle of vodka was more deadly; ended up puking all over the place and in my drunken stupor determining that Dr Pepper was a suitable cleaning agent. Sourz is a lady's drink.
 
 
 

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