Alcohol Spray Gets You Drunk Instantly, but Only for a Few Seconds
Getting drunk in an instant. Photo: Foc Kan/WireImage
College students have made many advances in the field of getting drunk quickly- the beer bong and shot luge come to mind- but their work pales in comparison to a new alcoholic spray that promises to get you drunk instantaneously. But easy come, easy go: The inebriation lasts only a few seconds.
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The WA|HH Quantum Sensations spray, presented in Paris last week, is the work of designer Philippe Starck and scientist David Edwards. The stick of lipstick-sized spray delivers .075 milliliters of alcohol, enough to have you seeing stars for just a little while. And the removal of the liquid from the drinking process apparently also takes out the hangovers: According to Gizmodo, once the drunkenness disappears, there’s no headache (or elevated blood alcohol content) left in its wake.