A wearable that measures your drunkenness sounds embarrassing, but so does finding out the hard way (puking on the street).
Research shows mixing energy drinks and alcohol has a placebo effect, making you feel and act drunker than you are.
New research has found that people base their level of drunkenness relative to those around them, rather on actually how much they’ve drunk.
Jowita Bydlowska new memoir "Drunk Mom" chronicles her relapse into alcohol addiction, which coincides with her first year of motherhood. In the unflinchingly honest read, Bydlowska's countless attempts to hide her drinking are countered by her...
One balmy Wednesday last December, Jon Taffer stood in the dining room of Scoreboard 2, a dive in Norwalk, California. “I want to start by telling you I don’t give a shit about these cameras!” he said. “Saving bars is my life.”
If you’re a tyrant, take this occasion to not let people crowd around you. If you’re a regular old plebian, grab a box of wine, park yourself under a tree, and aim for immortality.