Messages in a bottle

Gutfeld, Greg
September 1996
Men's Health;Sep96, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p74
Reports on the effects of alcoholic beverages on behavior. Effect of attractive women on drunkenness; Effect of quick gulping; High-pressure situations and drunkenness; Difficulty of separating one's emotions with alcoholic effects. INSET: You are what you drink, by G.G..


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