in #CASE you were curious about: BOOZE!

in #CASE you were curious about: BOOZE!

December 5th is Repeal Day! Today is the anniversary of the day that the United States repealed the 18th Amendment, restoring the right to purchase and consume alcohol.

The word "toast," meaning a wish of good health, started in ancient Rome, where a piece of toasted bread was dropped into wine.

The human body produces its own supply of alcohol naturally on a continuous basis, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Of Texas' 254 counties, 79 are still completely dry seven decades after the Repeal of Prohibition. Many of the remaining counties are "moist" or partially dry. Some permit one form of alcohol beverage but not another, some prohibit on-premise consumption (except for private clubs), some permit (believe it or not) on-premise but no off-premise consumption, and some have other strange variations, often directly across the street from each other.

Vikings used the skulls of their enemies as drinking vessels.

The United States has the highest minimum drinking age in the entire world.

In 2011, Russia acknowledged beer as an alcoholic beverage. Before then, any drink under 10% volume was considered a soft drink.

Andre the Giant had surgery, but the doctors couldn't figure out how much anesthesia to use due to his size. Instead, they used Andre's claim that "it usually takes two liters of vodka just to make me feel warm inside" as their guide.

When you get blackout drunk, you don't actually forget anything; your brain wasn't "recording" in the first place.

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