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I haz yawns. We went to a family party last night -- and while I am certain I am far better off than many others waking up today, I can still feel the effects of beer coursing through my head. I forgot that I never picked up my espresso beans yesterday -- so I am still out of coffee, too. HISS.
I brought some 'ultra' beer with fruit flavors -- girlie beer. The orange and grapefruit was good, I would buy that again. That's my review. LOL.
Before you bitch -- I have beer when we go out -- very rarely. Follow your own doctors advice, please don't listen to the moron on the internet.
I drink alcohol on occasion, about once a month in the summer, every few months otherwise. Yay, whoopee.
Beer doesn't make me drunk, one beer takes me a long time to finish, and if I have another, I'm still not cuckoo, even if I come by that part naturally. I guess what I am saying is, I found that beer is safer for me as a gastric bypasser, if I want to have something, or even several over a night.
While some people drink hard to GET drunk, that doesn't work for me. If I sip! liquor, I'm tipsy immediately, and meh.....gross. Have you ever WATCHED a drunk person? Does it embarrass you, you know, for them? Ever tried conversing with a drunk person while you're sober? I think that's enough for me to realize the limits. Sure, fun is fine, but fun doesn't mean slobbering, stumbling and acting like a douche. Yes, that's how I described it.
Gastric bypass-ed drunks are a delightful type of drunk: hard, fast, coma! It's really not worth it to get that. intoxicated. it really gets dangerous for a RNY'er, specifically, the alcohol just passes so fast, you end up taking in too much.