Question about alcohol + drunk story

When I watch American series like, Grey’s Anatomy or New Girl or 2 Broke Girls or whatever they just drink brown drinks (you know Jack Daniels and the like) straight up without chasers… Is that normal?

Because here, or in my case there’s chasers like you know, juice or coke or whatever… I can never (except when I’m super drunk) drink brown drink straight up! except mixed… or beer… or wine… other types of alcohol (bourbon, vodka any other STRONG ONES) is just we call it here, “gumuguhit” like when you feel the alcohol traveling your GIT

That’s my question… is that normal??

PS story time!!

a few weeks ago, my friends and I got so drunk on a restobar near our school/dorms and I was talking animatedly with one of them and two of them was in the restroom without thinking I put isopropyl  alcohol

(not my pic)

yes, with moisturizer…

anyway, I put like 2 not drops, pours of alcohol on my friends drink until the friend I’m talking to stopped me and I realized what I’m doing and we told my friend who went to the restroom to not drink it… and because we were super drunk… one thing led to the other… we drank it all… the four of us… not thinking about consequences… not thinking if we could get alcohol poisoning.

If you are wondering tho… it does not taste good, and its so fragrant that the smell makes you want to vomit it up… but it smells good… good, but makes you want to vomit it all… (yeah, I smell it now… I remember. NO)

another answer in case your wondering, AGAIN. the hangover was the worst… I don’t know if it was the alcohol (absolut vodka and the other mixed drink that we ordered which I forgot the name of and beer to wash it up) or alcohol (isopropyl with MOISTURIZER mixed to the mixed drink) :/ it lasted more that 24 hours HAHA!

Anyway, just a funny story I’d thought I’d share


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