It seems that drinking vodka through your eyeballs is a dangerous new trend among UK students, even though it is is very damaging to the health of the eyes. How can destroying your eyesight be regarded as cool?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article … -buzz.html
The irony unfolds, because it is the way that they are hyper-extending their neck, which I imagine causes the quick reaction time. Not the eye socket itself. Idiots and fools. I imagine they would seriously get drunk quicker if they just poured the shot up their anus, instead.
I know this isn't supposed to be funny & it's a serious health issue etc .. but man did I laugh ... What idiot dreamed this up? Not to mention that vodka tastes great and why the hell would you want to skip the warm yummy burning sensation?
It reminds me of the line in Love Actually where Liam Neeson's character is worried his stepson could be in his room injecting stuff into his eyeballs ... and it's meant to be ridiculous overstressed parenting.
whatttttttttt? Not a lot shocks me anymore; this did - congrats!
I love vodka, but not that much. What is wrong with these idiots?!?
Don't know what's wrong with them. In the UK booze is quite cheap in Student Union Bars, so its easy enough (and surely more pleasurable) to get drunk by the more traditional method of pouring it down your throat.
I once got a tiny drop of vodka splattered in my eye and it hurt SO bad! I couldn't imagine purposely pouring it on like that; it's like acid! omg. ouch.
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