Is bear more harmful than the wine?
Is bear more harmful than the wine?
both have almost same alcoholic percentage...
but wine has different tastes based on their origin like grapes, wheat etc..
I'd say bear is more harmful than wine - especially if it's a Polar Bear or a Grizzly! However, if you're talking about beer, then it would be no exaggeration to say that beer generally has, per volume, about half the alcohol content of a similar volume of wine. Let's put it this way: You could probably drink a pint of beer in, say, thirty minutes and still remain reasonably unaffected. If you drank a pint of wine in that time then...well, I'd leave the car keys at home.
It is not more harmful in moderation, but if you are planning on a night of drinking, know 2 things: 1. It is better to drink only one kind of alcoholic beverage in a night, the liver has a difficult time processing more than one kind at a time, therefore, the hangover is worse. 2. At the end of the night, drink a large glass of water, it will help the liver and kidneys clear the alcohol from your system quicker, thus lessening the intensity of the hangover. Just FYI
I intentionally asked the question using the word
"BEAR" instead of BEER
As I really want to receive so many interesting replies through both phrase and to make the question more interesting.
Thanks for replying in either way
In my point of view,Both are okkk... tii taken in less quantity... if you preserving it in excess quantity then both are harmful.......
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