'booze calculator'

  peter99co 09:06 24 Jan 11
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click here

Click on the drinks you bought and the Newsbeat 'booze calculator' will tell you what they've done to your body and your bank account.

  Al94 09:26 24 Jan 11

No thanks!

  morddwyd 09:31 24 Jan 11

My own "rule of thumb" calculator used to be

"Am I lying down?

Do I have to hold on?

If so I've had enough"!

  Quickbeam 09:36 24 Jan 11

I'm beyond redemption.

  wiz-king 10:14 24 Jan 11

Now I have reach my three score years and a bit I only drink a couple of pints a night three nights a week but when I were but a lad 6 or so pints a night was the norm - every night bar Sundays, and more on a 'good' night.

  Quickbeam 10:19 24 Jan 11

"every night bar Sundays"
Too busy with prayers and contemplation...?

  QuizMan 10:34 24 Jan 11

Bar Sundays? Never heard of it. What's the beer like?

  Quickbeam 10:36 24 Jan 11

Sounds more like a cocktail bar to me, they won't sell beer.

  mr simon 11:13 24 Jan 11

Interesting to see how much a night out would cost if expanded for the year.

I put roughly my housemates nightly drinking into it and it far exceeds his student loan. I'm going to have to ask him how he manages.

  interzone55 14:39 24 Jan 11

Last night I had 2 glasses of wine - according to the calculator this cost me £6.70, which is odd as I only remember paying £3.38 for the whole bottle, an these two glasses constitute less than half the bottle, so who took the other fiver off me?

  Quickbeam 15:03 24 Jan 11

The prices are based on the exorbitant Bar Sundays pricelist...

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