What is considered to be Binge Drinking? How many drinks in how many hours?
It is usually 5 or more in 2 hours for guys and 4 or more in 2 hours for chicks.
i personally think more than 1 drink a day is too much. though i work in bars and my livelyhood would be in jeopardy, seeing someone drunk is unappealing at best. i have watched beautiful women become disgusting drunks in a matter of 2-4 hours. they start the night so attractive and become the kind of girl i would refuse a ride too, never mind someone i would want to be with. i have also seen men become obnoxious with too many drinks and more so with each passing swallow. yet with all that going on, the drunk thinks he/she is more attractive and even more sexy.
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What do you think is worse? Drinking every day or binge drinking?What do you think is worse? Drinking every day or binge drinking?
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