Browsing the news I saw this article about a mouth-spray alcohol that gets you “temporarily drunk”.
A little YouTubing showed videos like this:
I was instantly reminded of this thing I read about in Europe a while ago called AWOL (Alcohol Without Liquid)….
….which is essentially an oxygen vaporizer machine with hard alcohol infused into it…..and you inhale the liquor instead of drink. This means you only have to only get a SMALL amount of alcohol to have an effect, but it only gets you “buzzed” for a very short amount of time. It looked like:
SO I WANTED TO SEE IF SPRAYING ALCOHOL IN YOUR MOUTH WILL GET YOU BUZZED!
(since I really have nothing else better to do all day) :-)
STEP 1.) I bought several different types of atomizers from Sephora (those little perfume pump thingies):
STEP 2.) Bought a bottle of Titos plain vodka (40% alcohol) and a bottle of Everclear (90% alcohol).
STEP 3.) I filled the purple spray thingy with Titos, and the Silver one with Everclear
STEP 4.) TIME TO SEE IF I GET DRUNK! I wore safety goggles (in case I mis-sprayed pure alcohol into my eyes):
STEP 5.) Waiting to see if I got drunk!
The first few sprays actually didn’t taste THAT bad like expected (although not particularly good either).
I sprayed a few Everclear, and a few vodka….and I’ve gotta say….(unless it’s placebo effect speaking), I FELT SOOORRRTA BUZZED! (it was a similar feeling to the very first sips of alcohol you take in a night…..you’re not “buzzed” yet, but you know something’s swirling around in your brain).
I’m 29 and have been drinking since about the age of 20 years old. So I can tell by my first drink of alcohol that “something is happening” in my head before I get full-on buzzed or drunk.
Two of us tried this, and we both are almost 100% convinced we felt a very light buzz.
The buzz however wears of literally in about 2 minutes or less.
I’m sure there’s MANY other ways to achieve this (such as just swishing around alcohol in your mouth), but this “spray” method seems to be the most convenient.
CONCLUSION.) I’m almost dumbfounded to say this…..but IT WORKED!
…however, only a little. Drinking still seems FAR superior.
However there was only a few milliliters of alcohol in each spray bottle, so this alcohol delivery method is surprisingly efficient.
VIDEO OF THE EXPERIMENT:
SO IS THIS A VIABLE PRODUCT? WHAT OTHER USES?
Here’s a couple of quick ideas an “alcohol spray” could be marketed as:
- Anti-anxiety spray for approaching and picking up girls (placebo effect will also be strong on this one).
- Anti-anxiety spray for shy people (placebo effect will also be strong on this one).
- Creativity Spray – “Spray twice, and start brainstorming!”
- Calm-Down Spray – “Two sprays will calm ya down!”