Thursday, January 31, 2008

Last Man Standing just died.

A lot of folk forget that alcohol is a poison. Don't look at me like that, it is! It's a toxin.
That's why it affects us so efficiently. It makes us drool, slur, feel euphoric, our legs wobble and worst of all, it makes us think we can dance. It is also why when we're younger and not terrific drinkers we vomit it back up so regularly when we drink to much of it. Our bodies reject it. Our bodies try to save us from ourselves.
Naturally we ignore our bodies and keep practicing to keep drink down and after a while we pretty much succeed.
Alcohol metabolism is normally a pretty simple chemical process. Basically the liver attempts to detoxify the body of alcohol by breaking toxic alcohol into acetaldehyde (another toxic chemical), and then reducing acetaldehyde to acetate or acetic acid which quickly convert to glucose in the blood. Your liver can break down about a unit of alcohol per hour, depending on factors like body weight, regularity of use and sometimes race. It's when we overload our bodies that we head into unchartered territory.
Because we forget alcohol is a toxin we treat it with utter disrespect. Certainly in this country we use and abuse it with wild abandon. Over Christmas I drank like like a sailor on shore leave. I wouldn't be so cavalier with any other poison. I wouldn't ingest any other poison- apart from caffeine- and worse, I am a 'good drinker' -which just means I can drink a lot and stay upright.
Every weekend Dublin is awash with binge drinkers, and it's not-as our papers like to cry- ONLY our youth. Just because the older generation are not falling about the streets and vomiting into their shoes does not mean that they are not binge drinking, far from it. It means that- like me- are probably good drinkers. Conditioned to hold their hooch.
Wine drinking has rocketed in this country, beer is cheap as chips to buy in supermarkets and off licenses, we are geared towards social drinking, private drinking, celebratory drinking and reward drinking. Hell, I like drinking. The reason I'm off it at the moment is purely because I felt my body and mind needed a break after the Christmas excesses, and I've got to say, and probably have been boring the ring of of anyone who asks, I feel bloomin' great, more energy, sleeping brilliantly, skin looks terrific, why I'm alive, ALIVE!

I also can't wait until the end of February so that I can run into a bar and shriek 'RUM AND COKE BARKEEP, KEEP "EM COMING!"

All this bring me back to the alcohol=poison line and a story I read today in both The Sun and the Daily Mail ( no seriously I will get help).

"A finance graduate collapsed and died after copying a tequila and gin drinking contest from a Hollywood comedy film.
In the space of 45 minutes, David Reid and a friend downed half-bottles of the spirits, as well as shots of whisky, having already spent the day drinking beer and cocktails.

The 22-year-old, who had landed a job at the Bank of New York and was just setting out on his career, began speaking "gibberish" and was carried to bed. When his friend checked on him during the night, he was dead.

His father Philip Reid, a former pub landlord, told of his shock at how a single drinking session had taken his son's life.

"A lot is said about the superficial effects of binge-drinking, such as fighting, but this shows it can kill," he said.

David and his friend James Lynch had been attempting to emulate the "last

man standing" scene from American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile, which ends when one "contestant" passes out.

"A drinking contest might be fun for 15 minutes, but the consequences are not worth it."

Yep, David died from alcohol poisoning. Tests found he had 524mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood. The driving limit is 80mg.

He also had cannabis and cocaine in his system. A potent mix no doubt, but it was the over dose of alcohol that killed him.

I suppose you can't put a young head on old shoulders. As I often tell the Little Goth Kid-making her eyes roll-, life is not a movie. We are not actors. If we get a scene wrong we rarely get a chance to do retake. I hope she and her friends make it through their teens and early adulthood without harm. I really do.
But everybody takes risks, we humans do silly things, stupid things from time to time, if we're lucky we live to fight another day, maybe get older, maybe learn a bit of sense, but if not, well we pay the price for our folly.
David Reid paid the price for his. And it was a heavy one.



Blogger PI said...

Not that it's anything to do with anything but I have never had tequila.
The most lethal thing I drank was pernod which I wouldn't touch with a barge pole now. At this age I like to savour a drink rather than quaff it and I couldn't take a bad hangover now. The worst part is when you vaguely know you behaved badly but not exactly how.

10:26 a.m.  
Anonymous sheepworrier said...

Was there not a similar death after some students tried the Withnail & I drinking game?

I rarely get completely hammered now - a few years back I realised that I was having serious blackouts of the previous night's shenannigans and just had to stop.

Saying that, the rugby on Saturdee will require an all-day sesh!

10:48 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Pat, that's called the fear! You wake up, there's a lapse in your memory, and you lie there thinking, 'oh oh.'
I totes understand an aversion to Pernod. Even the smell of Pernod make me feel sick, ghastly drink.
Sheepie, yep, I've got to say I"m not one for the hangovers either, I can't stand them, plus being very hungover makes me feel very down in the dumps, which I don't like.

10:51 a.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

I’ve no time for coke and hash users, please don’t confuse that with the naivety of youth, it is just plain stupidity. The beer abuse though, it is becoming a huge issue. Irish people like nothing more than to boast about how much they can drink. People assume it is a new problem but, Ireland has always been like that, it is just getting more attention at the moment an account of all this healthy living malarkey. However, just because it was always like that it does not make it right, something should definitely be done to change peoples attitudes. My parents never made a bid deal of alcohol, neither my siblings nor I abuse it. We very rarely get trollied. We were allowed have a glass of beer or taste wine or whatever if we wanted, like say when I was about ten, if we were having dinner I might say “Mumsey, spiral me a heinnie” ah no, but, if I wanted to I could have had a glass of beer. As a result alcohol was never a huge issue or the sought after golden nectar it is for many young people.

10:53 a.m.  
Blogger The Bad Ambassador said...

Good morning Ms. MammyCat.

Congratulations on your nominations for the blog awards. I shall be keeping my finger, toes, eyes and wires crossed in the hope that you will pick up at least one gong.

Preferably "best post" for that was, in my opinion, a small piece of literary magic.

10:54 a.m.  
Blogger Green Ink said...

I've noticed lately I'm getting fairly sloppy drunk by 7am. And do not underestimate the Dangers Of Emulating Shit Films.

11:02 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Thank you muchly BA, very kind of you to say so.

Nonny, I lived in pain for a good many years and it's not a big thing with 'the kids' there either. The spanish like a beer, but they don't drin to the madness we do here (apart from Seville, where I believe we could live happily in drunken joy forever)
It's a big part of our culture though, and a major part of our social networking, so of course we drink.
I've been getting some might quare looks of late when I've gone places and not had a drink. Was I antibiotics? Was I pregnant? Was I hung over?
Nope, I'm just taking a few weeks off.
Puzzlement. What did I mean?
Off, weeks, taking.
Actually it's not that hard. Plus the paramour's been taking it handy with me, so of course that makes it easier.

11:05 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Seven eh? You're clearly not eating enough. Soakage you see, keeps a body ticking over 'til at least nine.

11:07 a.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

As a young teen I got totally wacked on a bottle of filthy plonk bought at the offlicense at the Punchbowl (great name for a pub these days). Downed the bottle in 15mins to, you know, see what'd happen. The way you do at that age. Comatoseness followed and when I surfaced I figured I wouldn't be doing that poisonous shit again.

So, for the life of me, I can not figure the folks who get straight back on the alcopony when it's bucked them right off onto their heads.

11:29 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

MY first encounter with Mr Drunken Vomit was due in no small part to Peach Schnapps. To this day I cannot bear the smell of the stuff and I NEVER drank it again.
Can you remember what it was you drank Conan?

11:34 a.m.  
Anonymous Babs said...

I have a similar story to Conan.
When I was about 15 or so me and my friends on a Friday night decided to get the usual naggin, only they had none left in the offie, so we got shoulders, I of course knocked mine back, straight (the thoughts of doing that now makes me want to vomit but it was a regular occurence back in the teen years). Cue me collapsing, my friends picked me up, sneaked into my house, and put me to bed. My mother found me a few hours later covered in my own vomit. I probably would have died if my friends hadn't lay me on my side and wedged cushions around me so I couldn't lie on my back (that's the only way I can normally sleep).
Choked on your own vomit eh? Delightful!
My mother freaked out but was glad I wasn't dead. I didn't drink again for about 2 years. Sensible decision for a 15 year old I think.

Some of my friends vomit every weekend. I have stopped passing judgement. They are stupid. I really dislike vomitting so I don't drink enough to make me anymore.

11:41 a.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

It was 'Nicolas' wine, with a handy little plastic cap under foil.

11:42 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I'm say your mother had words with you Babs.
Conan, yack.

11:44 a.m.  
Blogger Twenty Major said...

I've noticed lately I'm getting fairly sloppy drunk by 7am.

Impressive. What time do you get up of a morning to start drinking?

11:45 a.m.  
Anonymous Babs said...

She did indeed, she bollocked me. But I wasn't grounded, my parents aren't into that sort of stuff. They let me out the following weekend with the warning "if you ever come home like that again I will NOT be responsible for my actions". I never came home like that again. I like to think that when I am a parent I will be like them, they gave me responsibility at a very young age, and I respected it (after the vomitting occasion).
She never told my dad either. Best Mammy ever!!

11:47 a.m.  
Anonymous sheepworrier said...

Necking a quarter of straight vodka before heading to the underage disco when I was 14, and promptly puking it up over a bouncer's shoes the moment I got in. I learned to mix it from then on, but the concoctions of assorted spirits I used to dink in my teenage years would make me shudder now.

11:49 a.m.  
Blogger Dr. James McInerney said...

Just saw you were nominated for best post in the blog awards. I am going to read the rest of the nominations, but if there is a better one, I would be amazed. Sublime bit of writing.

12:23 p.m.  
Anonymous nonny said...

Jesus Miss Cat, I had to stop there for a minute and think why was she in pain and why did the kids not care about her being in pain and another and what has it got to do with anything. I wonder though if parents were to adopt a more laissez-faire attitude such as that of my parents would the next generations attitudes change. If alcohol wasn’t dancing around on that pedestal nobody would be interested.

Well done on the nomination.

12:31 p.m.  
Blogger aquaasho said...

Well done FMC on your nomination. You're brilliant!!

Wasn't there a case recently where a bloke died in a pub playing a drinking game and his family tried to sue the pub? Can't remember the outcome...

2:09 p.m.  
Anonymous Shebah said...

Having had quite a few extremely embarrassing "morning afters" I now try to never get past the mildly tipsy phase; sometimes quite difficult if you are in the party mood. I have in the past got to a stage of drunkeness at parties that I have been finishing off whatever glass of wine is nearest. Jeez. And worst of all is when you are in the middle of a "just let me die now" hangover is that horrible gut wrenching feeling when "friends" remind you of what you said and did the night before. NEVER AGAIN!

Multo congrats. on the nomination, well deserved. If you get a gong, will be see your picture? Or are you going incognito like Twenty M? I suggest a furry white rabbit suit and dark glasses!

2:18 p.m.  
Blogger Conan Drumm said...

Yack's good but doesn't cover it. The little plastic cap thing only came back to me when you asked. Luckily when I fell over it was sand I landed on.

Multo congrats on the nom, I gather for the hunting post? In which case you well deserve it. You'll attend looking like your avatar, I hope!

2:27 p.m.  
Anonymous Shebah said...

...or maybe a cat suit would be more appropriate!

2:32 p.m.  
Blogger Andraste said...

Had to read that 'pain' sentence a few times myself. Ahhhh...she meant SPAIN. Okkkkay.

I actually agree with Nonny on this one. If parents would stop making hypocrites of themselves by drinking while telling their kids it's bad - thereby creating a very attractive taboo - maybe they'd take some of the thrill out of it.

I've been lucky. Maybe my older siblings had it tougher but by the time I came along my parents were pretty relaxed and I was allowed wine or beer from my teens up. My first week of college was amazing - kids were getting out-of-control-drunk with the sheer joy of not having their parents around telling them not to, while I was scratching my head and thinking "calm down, it's just Budweiser." Not that I haven't had too much from time to time, and bad things happen when I mix my drinks, even a little bit, but I'm also lucky in that I'll vomit before my body absorbs enough poison to actually DIE. Lucky? to vomit?

I have to rethink that one.

Congrats on the nomination, lovely Cat. I had a dream last night that you and paramour came over to Boston and we were (ahem) drinking, and laughing and trading horse stories. Since I have no idea what you look like, my subconscious turned you into a supermodel. Pretty cool.

2:54 p.m.  
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2:55 p.m.  
Blogger elizabeth said...

so the moral of the story is, to keep people from dying of binge drinking in their twenties, we should condition them when they're kids.
makes sense to me.

2:57 p.m.  
Anonymous eva said...

What a sad story, such an unnecessary waste of a life. But, we have all been young and stupid.. Actually the stupid part unfortunately continues even the older you get.
I grew up in a tea total home and I never touched alcohol until I was about 20. And I only started drinking regularly when I moved to Scotland 10 years ago (I'm living here the 2nd time around now) and discovered pub culture. Which I took to like a fish to water ;) People who know me now don't believe it when I say I was almost a non-drinker until 25. I have obviously worked hard on making up for lost time... eh.
But I think mid-thirties is quite a common age to slow down on drinking, mostly due to the fact that your body can't take it anymore and the hangovers get worse, black-outs start to appear and so on...

3:12 p.m.  
Blogger Andraste said...

Elizabeth, can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not. And sadly, there'll always be people who can't control themselves and ignore their body's signals that they've had too much. Just saying there's a lot of hypocrisy in parents drinking while telling their kids "You BETTER NOT." If it were treated with a little more common sense there'd be less desperation about it.

3:14 p.m.  
Anonymous elizabeth said...

i was partly being sarcastic. but i'm one of those "teach your kids about harmful things when they're young so they know how to handle them apropriately"-type people.

3:26 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

I am the world's very worst typist. I did mean SPAIN, not bloomin' pain.
I don't know what folk can do to keep there kids from binge drinking. In Spain kids are allowed wine pretty early on and don't seem to think drinking is that big a deal or that cool, but then they all smoke like chimneys and text people and do their makeup while they drive their scooter about-usually with their helmets shoved up on the top of their heads. So they're not exactly anti-stupid, just not drunk.
It is true about age, the older I get the less inclined I am to get drunk, I really can't cope with hangovers.
Thanks for all the thanks chumlies, I'll do a little piece on it tomorrow.
I'm just back from the gym, there was a sheet of ice on my car windscreen when I came out and there's a two hour tail back on the M50, one blast of bad weather and we can't cope.

4:02 p.m.  
Anonymous Sam, Problemchildbride said...

I don't know. my parents were good about letting me have wee spots of wine with dinner when I was wee. I discovered the gin myself at age 9 in a room alone at my great granny's funeral. But by 16 I was underage drinking along with everybody else. You're right thoughcat - my hangovers were always minimal because I'd usually thrown it all up already. Peach schnapps - this hideous thing called Taboo was my first nemesis. I don't even like the colour peach now.

I read something a while back - I wish I could remember where - about why Northern Europeans differ so much in their drinking habits from Southern europeans. It was to do with army leave way back in roman times but I can't be sure enough of the specifics to say how. The North developed a binge culture that never went away. Our bodies handle alcohol in a subtly different way too.

Delighted to see you with all these noms, sweet cat. They're richly deserved.

5:05 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

It's probably cos it rains all the blasted time and it's cold, and pubs are warm and toasty and when you're drinking you don't feel the cold.
I blame the weather!

5:09 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

The drunk before 7am comment reminds me of when I went to visit one of my sisters years ago and she had a friend over talking through heavy family shit. Her dad had just died and was a respected lawyer and professor in their small town. She said he used to get up and have 8 shots of whiskey and a beer or two before his 9am class.

5:42 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Jesus, how on Earth did that man get through the day?

6:03 p.m.  
Blogger Medbh said...

The delusional part is that the woman insisted that her father's alcoholism was a secret in their small town. No one can ingest that much booze and not reek. People must have known, they just didn't say anything to the family.
Obviously he's a different case than the young guy.

7:51 p.m.  
Blogger Green Ink said...

@Twenty, about 7.15: I always catch at least 15 minutes of nod before I break the toilet window of the local.

8:20 p.m.  
Blogger Canadian Girl said...

This has nothing to do with your current post, but Ginger Day is fast approaching and I don't know if you've seen this:

9:14 p.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Oh Lordy! I would cha-cha that russet twirly-bot 'tll his ringlets straightened.
Thank you Canadian girl, you have Scottified my evening!

9:26 p.m.  
Anonymous Babs said...

Medbh, it's possible to hide it, even from those closest to you. The one who broke my heart (see yesterdays post) was a total alcoholic and hid the severity of it from me for about a year, he took 3 or 4 showers a day, he never stank of booze..ever!
Then one day he said he had to ask me to do something. He asked me would I lock him into the apartment for a few days so he could "cold turkey" it. I knew he drank a lot but then so did we all, just not quite as much as he did it seemed. I did the locking him into the apartment. I was on my way home from work on day one and I saw him trying to get out of our 4th floor window, that scared the bejasus out of me. The next few days were horrible as I too was off work, it worked, for a while. I never said yes to him asking me to do that again. I think I may have killed him if I had have!

12:05 a.m.  
Anonymous laughykate said...

The binge drinking culture is quite frightening and dangerous - there has just been the case down here of a high profile sportsman who had been charged with rape. He'd had a fierce row with his blonde beautiful wife (of maybe five? children), and headed off to a bar where he hooked up with a woman, eventually having sex with her both inside and beside his car. The woman can't remember a thing about the incident due to an evening of cocaine and champagne but said it was nonconsensual. It's just been thrashed out in court this week. Yesterday he was found not guilty. The whole thing is just too icky on too many levels.

2:06 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Urgh, LK, that's vile. What a mess.
Babs, that's pretty hairy too. 4th floor? He's lucky he didn't fall and break his neck.

8:25 a.m.  
Anonymous Babs said...

I think his drinking had something to do with him thinking it was "ok" to be with someone else. I remember him saying to me "what's the big deal" on the night that I found out.
He could have fallen and broken his neck. He didn't. As I said it worked for a while. I think him seeing the look of pure dispair on my face may have done it.
He doesn't drink anymore. He faced his demons and in a weird way, I am proud of him.

9:13 a.m.  
Blogger fatmammycat said...

Quite right, it's tougher to face things and deal with them than pretend everything is 'fine.'

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