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Don't try this at home folks.. 06 Oct 2012 22:11 #1

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:rofl: Absolute madness...



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Don't try this at home folks.. 06 Oct 2012 22:23 #2

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If I did that I'd end up in hospital :D
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Don't try this at home folks.. 07 Oct 2012 00:15 #3

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If I did that I'd end up in hospital :D

Actually I doubt you would make it that far unless the A&E is within 20mins on foot from your front door. The average person would end up in a heap somewhere I doubt they would be very aware of. :umm:

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Don't try this at home folks.. 07 Oct 2012 09:04 #4

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:O Well, speaking from experience, coincidentally with that exact tipple when I was about 18 years old, Irre & frog, you're both absolutely correct. Stomach pump job - or possibly death. And you're also correct, DG - it is absolute madness!

Never touched it since, and 31 years later, the mere perfume of gin makes me ill. That's what you get for being a young imbecile.
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Don't try this at home folks.. 07 Oct 2012 09:14 #5

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He does all kind of stuff involving eating and drinking really rough things to drink down or eat fast, I thought he may have some gimmick or trick, but probably not, the slamming of the alcohol is dangerous, unless he gets rid of it after drinking immediately off camera there's no way his system can tolerate that, I don't think.
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Don't try this at home folks.. 07 Oct 2012 09:21 #6

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He does all kind of stuff involving eating and drinking really rough things to drink down or eat fast, I thought he may have some gimmick or trick, but probably not, the slamming of the alcohol is dangerous, unless he gets rid of it after drinking immediately off camera there's no way his system can tolerate that, I don't think.

I think he must bring it back up shortly after the filming, especially if he shows no footage of the consequences following the ingestion. :barfonu:

@Gilly, I hope your daughter isn't laying on the sofa reading this. :hahano:

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Don't try this at home folks.. 07 Oct 2012 09:38 #7

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@Gilly, I hope your daughter isn't laying on the sofa reading this. :hahano:

:O She must never know the things I did at her age, as none of them would meet with my approval if she did 'em! Luckily, she's a different personality from me, & takes after her dad. :emb:
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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 20:41 #8

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Gilly wrote:
:O Well, speaking from experience, coincidentally with that exact tipple when I was about 18 years old, Irre & frog, you're both absolutely correct. Stomach pump job - or possibly death. And you're also correct, DG - it is absolute madness!

Never touched it since, and 31 years later, the mere perfume of gin makes me ill. That's what you get for being a young imbecile.

lol when I was 12, myself and a couple of mates managed to get a local off-licence to sell us a large bottle of Bells whisky! :O

Anyway, the three of us drunk it in this lads bedroom, mixing it with coke. I was sick about 20 times that night, and for years afterwards just the smell of whisky made me feel nauseous.

I enjoy a nice single malt these days, or a Jack Daniels...but I still can't stomach Bells.. :chuckle:
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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 21:02 #9

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Bells isn't so clever at the best of times. Have you tried Bushmills Irish Malt, DG? Very smooth & delicious - in small doses. :alc:
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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 21:06 #10

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I've never tried the hard stuff. The only alcohol I've drank is beer (and a bit of strong chinese wine, that made me feel like shit :chuckle: )

A couple of Ale's is enough to get me a bit warm and happy :D
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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 21:20 #11

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That's very wise of you, Irre.

Did you read Jhado's post over the road, about him & his mate having a drunken stupor inspired challenge? They lay down in the road, and the idea (prior to their arrest or something) was that whichever of them didn't get run over 1st got to have one of the other's albums of their choice.

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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 21:23 #12

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Yes I read that post of jhado's Gilly! :O Now that's drunkeness! :O
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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 21:24 #13

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Gilly wrote:
Bells isn't so clever at the best of times. Have you tried Bushmills Irish Malt, DG? Very smooth & delicious - in small doses. :alc:

Yep I like Bushmills...tho I haven't had it in years. Must check it out again... :drunk:

@ Irre....wise really mate, sticking to a couple of beers. When you drink alcohol to excess, it becomes quite clear what it actually is....ie a poison.
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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 21:32 #14

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It's astonishing what a difference a few years of age can make in your body's ability to deal with such toxins.

In my early 20's, I actually could drink a full bottle of whiskey (over a few hours though, not like the jester in the OP) and be completely sober. I'd be the one confiscating everyone else's car keys & ordering them taxis. No hangover - nothing.

Now, if I have more than a couple of drinks, I can be ill for 4 days - so I don't do it any more.

The strongest alcohol I've ever had was my mum's home made pea pod wine. Absolutely lethal.

The neighbours used to congregate at my parents house once a week, and bring their inoffensive little collection of home made wines, then she'd serve them the pea pod, and they'd all be navigating their way home on their bellies via peristalsis! :O
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Don't try this at home folks.. 09 Oct 2012 21:49 #15

Bells whiskey. Grim! :hahano:
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Don't try this at home folks.. 10 Oct 2012 13:15 #16

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diamondgeezer wrote:
:rofl: Absolute madness...



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Oh my god, I feel ill just watching that... :barfonu:
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Don't try this at home folks.. 10 Oct 2012 17:15 #17

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I have played hot potato with live grenades in my younger days which was kinda dumb when i look back, But when you are young you tend to do asshole things like this hero below..

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Bullock
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Don't try this at home folks.. 20 Oct 2012 18:57 #18

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Now light a match and see if he goes up in flames :D

Can't effing stand Gin... *barfs*
I don't like to think before I speak.
I like to be just as surprised as everyone else by what comes out of my mouth.
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Don't try this at home folks.. 25 Oct 2012 19:15 #19

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:roll: I didn't watch the video, but that idiot drinks the bottle of gin in some seconds? Wow, must be a really tought guy... Fucken moron.

That type of 'jackass' style tricks an idiocy is something I really hate... Well, what ever rocks his boat.
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