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You Look Like I Need a Drink

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How to Keep Track of Your Drinks (when on a binge)

Saturday, September 10, 2005

I am not divulging a secret here that is not widely common but something you or your friend may not know about, or didn't bother to think about. This trick works well when not at a bar but more at a house setting where beer is flowing from coolers or behind a personal bar.
Ok basically, there have been many a night where I will kick back some drinks with the homies and later on in the night regret how much I have drank, but am unable to determine exactly how much booze I had consumed. I don't recall where I heard of this trick but when drinking a beer, remove the tab on the can or save the bottle cap (if it is from a bottle) and keep it in a pocket. Do this with every beer you drink and when you want to see how much you have consumed, you have a concrete visual on the beer meter.


posted by aL, 11:58 PM


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