Is bear more harmful than the wine?

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  1. urs_dipak profile image58
    urs_dipakposted 8 years ago

    Is bear more harmful than the wine?

    Is bear more harmful than the wine?

  2. vydyulashashi profile image57
    vydyulashashiposted 8 years ago

    NO

    both have almost same alcoholic percentage...

    but wine has different tastes based on their origin like grapes, wheat etc..

  3. Tusitala Tom profile image66
    Tusitala Tomposted 8 years ago

    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.

  4. samitzzz profile image53
    samitzzzposted 8 years ago

    wine


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  5. Castiel girl profile image55
    Castiel girlposted 8 years ago

    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

  6. urs_dipak profile image58
    urs_dipakposted 8 years ago

    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

  7. adonia profile image67
    adoniaposted 8 years ago

    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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