Does mixing your drinks really get you more drunk/drunk quicker?!

Question: Does mixing your drinks really get you more drunk/drunk quicker!?
e!.g!. would drinking say 2 units lager 2 units cider and 2 units whatever get you more drunk than if you just drunk 6 units worth of lager!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

No!. The rate at which you drink will get you drunk faster!.
Other factors include your weight, percent of body fat (higher %, quicker drunk), mood, amount and type of food in your stomach, and carbonated mixers!.

Soda and tonic will get alcohol into your system faster than juice or water!. Fatty foods willslow the absorbtion of alcohol!. If you are angry or depressed alcohol will have a faster effect!.
Medications also play a role how fast and how drunk a person gets!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Well, lemme just tell you about my weekend, and you can decide for yourself!.

Sunday afternoon, started drinking around 1:00!. Was drinking tall vodka+diet soda!. All was fine!.!.!.enjoying the day!. Around 3:30, my landlord offers me a Long Island Iced Tea!.

I don't remember anything between 4:30 and midnight!. Apparently, I enjoyed my time at the pool until about 6:30, came inside, ate dinner, and then went to bed at 7:30!. I woke up at midnight, wondering how I had gotten to bed!.

Two new rules for me:
1) No mixing!.
2) No drinking the landlord's drinks!Www@FoodAQ@Com

not if it's all the in the "same family" of alcohol!. of course mixing up lagers with tequila and wine is definitely asking for the wrath to come on ;0`Www@FoodAQ@Com

yes!. some drinks are so smooth you can't really taste the alcoholWww@FoodAQ@Com

yes mixing your drinks does make you get drunk quicker, it will also give you an even worse hangover the next dayWww@FoodAQ@Com

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