Vodka In The Eyeball

What's wrong with people? I mean, I’ve played drinking games like flip cup and beer pong, but never have I played anything that involves something going into my eyes. I'm talking about people who pour alcohol into their eyeballs. I know what you're thinking, but yes it's real. For the record, let me say, that pouring alcohol into your eyeball to get drunk is the stupidest thing ever.


As unbelievable as it sounds, a new drinking game called “Eyeballing” is fast becoming the latest trend amongst alcoholics. "Eyeballing" is where vodka is poured directly into your eyeball in the hope that the alcohol will hit your system faster.


I don’t really get where the game starts in this, because it honestly just seems like something that would feel very, very painful. I’m the type of person that doesn’t even like getting soap in my eyes, I cry like a little baby and act as if I’m going blind... and this alcohol in the eye could actually make you go blind.

I can’t believe this is something that American's are embracing willingly. Never, while drinking, have I EVER had the urge to poor that drink in my eyes...

I did once try to open a drink with my eye socket but that was something I saw in a movie.


I just can’t believe someone would risk going blind just to get drunk a little bit faster for one night, and I bet it doesn’t even work.


Also, when did drinking alcohol the old-fashioned way go out of style? If consuming a beverage the old-fashioned way (with your mouth) isn't getting the job done fast enough, you may want to consider a call to Dr. Drew. If I'm going to drink, it's going to be like Dean Martin... with a cocktail in my right hand that tingles and burns as it slides down my throat.


This is incredibly wrong on every level. Honestly, if you are one of these idiotic Americans, the kind who would actually pour vodka in their own eye in the hopes of getting maximum drunk, maximum fast... I just want you to know you are really dumb.


You should probably stop drinking with your eyeballs, or any other part of your body for that matter.




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