It’s the newest, quickest way to get drunk — and you don’t even have to drink.
It’s an alcohol spray called Wahh Quantum Sensations just introduced in Europe. You spray it in your mouth, and you’re drunk … with no side effects (or so the makers say). Each spray gives you .075 ml of alcohol. (By comparison, a shot glass holds about 1 oz. which equals about 29 ml. — and a usual drink has, on average 50 ml of alcohol. So it would take about 1,000 sprays to get the amount of alcohol in a regular drink into your system.).
As Eater put it:
“The spray gets you momentarily drunk with, supposedly, no side effects — it delivers 0.075 milliliters of alcohol per dose. So it’s for people who want to be drunk without drinking and only for a short time?”
Yeah, we don’t get it either.
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