Getting drunk for the first time. What are some guidelines and what are the best things to drink?!

Question: Getting drunk for the first time!. What are some guidelines and what are the best things to drink!?
I am a small women, very short and only weigh about 95 lbs!. Two friends with me- about 105 and 120 lbs!. We have limited resources LOL- Smernoff, Budwieser, Homemade Wine, Jose Cuervo, Coconut Rum, Rum, Vodka, Crown Royal, Kahlua, and Gin!. What is the best!? also, should we mix anything with a mixer!?
What should we do during, like drink water or anything, and before and after to prevent hangover!. We want to get like where we can feel the side affects and we are having a blast but were not puking our brains out!. Thanks a lot!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

ahh im the same weight as you !! well 97 but same thing lol
ok first dont get to badd your first time you need to build your tolerance so if you go full force most likely your gonna throw up and not have the best time
to be drunk it takes me about 4 shots of sminroff vodka and a beer if im playing it on the not completely wasted side
2 shots should get you tipsy since your small and never did it before also dont do it slowly shooot it down cause the faster you drink the worse you get have fun but make sure you dont have more that you should youll no when your feeling tipsy for me i feel kinda numb and a little dizzy drunk i feel all over the place so if you get to a point where your feeling it just stpo the effects should last and to sober up try whole whaet bread or any type of bread water and i heard from my friends orange juice havee funn ;]Www@FoodAQ@Com

Don't drive!!!
Don't drink beer followed by liquor- you will get sick!.
Don't chug alcohol- you will get very drunk and probably sick!.
Don't mix light liquors with dark liquors- you will get sick!.
Drinking water will help ease a hangover, but not avoid one!.
Eat before you go to bed!.
If you drink the vodka or gin, mix it with orange juice!.!.!.more juice than vodka!.
Cola is good with rum and Crown!.!.!.!.same rule as above!.
Kahlua and Vodka with creme is a white russian, and very good too!.
Put ice in all of them!.

It takes a while for alcohol to get into your blood stream and you start to feel the effects, so don't go overboard!. You don't want to end up with alcohol poisoning and in the hospital getting your stomach pumped!. People have died from it!.

Be responsible and be safe!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

You should not "plan to get drunk" - that sounds really corny - it's dangerous as well since most alcoholics
"plan to get drunk" everyday - also since you're like not even 100 pounds i would be really careful as to much you're drinking - and make sure you eat something also so you don't get sick!.!.!.having drinks are fun, but only when you do it like a responsible adultWww@FoodAQ@Com

Drink whatever you like the least because after getting drunk and throwing up you will never want to drink that again!. For me it is bud light!.

Before going to bed, drink water, take Tylenol and when you wake up, take water and EmergenC!.
Have fun! You only get a first time once!. Make the best of it!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

old saying: "Beer after liquor, never been sicker"

Vodka is a good starting point!.!.!.!.!.!.

STOP when you FIRST start feeling a buzz, that way you won't "puke your brains out"!.!.!.!.!.!.!.

At your weight, I'd only have a couple with MEASURED shots of booze in them!.!.!.!.!.!.

AND DON'T DRINK AND **********DRIVE*************, CLEAR!?!?!?!?!?

And be safe!!!!


Rum (only if its clear), Coke, and a little Lime,,,, Yummmy

And the water and Advil before you go to bed is a MUST

Be careful of drinking and taking Tylenol, kinda hard on the Liver, but I've had to do it a couple of timesWww@FoodAQ@Com

Spice is the best thing to prevent hangovers!. Eat something spicy like Spicy Hot Wings afterwards!. If I were you I wouldn't drink too much, but do whatever you want!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Just get a bottle of vodka and drink until you are drunkWww@FoodAQ@Com

drink whiskey !.!.!.it will make you horneyWww@FoodAQ@Com

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