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#14 - He is right thou 05/03/2016 on O_O 0
#17 - Picture  [+] (2 replies) 04/25/2016 on Bats in the belfry... +4
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#26 - checkemninja (04/26/2016) [-]
what bout v2?
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#20 - zekeon (04/26/2016) [-]
Is that really where it ends?
#4 - Picture 04/14/2016 on 1023 +3
#27 - Picture 04/08/2016 on money +8
#9 - Da fuq  [+] (7 replies) 04/01/2016 on Masturbation Incident +2
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#10 - animedudej (04/01/2016) [-]
much more of the alchohol gets absorbed that way i think


though its much easier to OD and die
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#13 - mcbergstedt (04/01/2016) [-]
Yea, it absorbs it faster, but your stomach doesn't digest it first so it can screw you up.

You also feel like you have to poop
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#22 - SuperSixONE (04/01/2016) [-]
With alcohol, your liver doesn't process it as it goes directly into your bloodstream, which is dangerous as fuck.
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#34 - sorentytoalba (04/01/2016) [-]
What? Blood flows through the liver, and removes toxins. Alcohol going directly into your blood would be really bad but that doesn't mean the liver won't attempt to process it.
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#35 - SuperSixONE (04/01/2016) [-]
>>#27, "The lower gastrointestinal tract lacks the alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme present in the stomach and liver that breaks down ethanol to make it less toxic for the body. The alcohol will still eventually arrive at the liver, but the high alcohol content could overwhelm the organ."
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#37 - sorentytoalba (04/02/2016) [-]
That's why I said, "attempt" to process it. It won't do a good job, but it'll try.
#27 - anon (04/01/2016) [-]
how the fuck do you think the liver works?