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  • Get it in while you can. Once you start your meds you can't drink for a year. It causes liver failure

    Submitted by nurseB on Jan 30, 11 at 12:43pm
  • Guess the OP doesn't realize TB is one of the most contagious diseases out there which makes this not at all funny. They just look like an idiot.

    Submitted by sunshine1114 on Jan 31, 11 at 12:50am
  • Doc Holiday tested that theory with whiskey, it didn't work 150 years ago, its not gonna work now. That being said, who gets tuberculosis anymore?

    Submitted by Old_Skool_Noma on Jan 31, 11 at 2:32pm
  • um, hello. you can get jeager and red bull and bring them home. I don't think it's smart, but whatever, nobody said they're in public.

    Submitted by cmcowher on Jan 31, 11 at 3:46am
  • Dude.

    Submitted by NPH9384 on Jan 30, 11 at 11:52am
  • You're going to die. Just saying.

    Submitted by dthbrngr on Jan 31, 11 at 4:16pm
  • TB's only infectious if you're harboring an ACTIVE infection, but the drawback is that you can't drink with the antibiotics you have to take (for several months).

    Submitted by TMedStud on Jan 31, 11 at 1:39am
  • Congratulations, dipshit, go to a public place with a highly communicable disease to drink Jager of all things. Only whiskey works for TB.

    Submitted by sterlingsilver on Jan 30, 11 at 2:57pm
  • Okay, just so everyone can chill the fuck out:\n\nI was there when this happened (I think, I watched him text something very similar while the circumstances described were enacted), and no one really had TB. My buddy just had a very bad chest cold and we happened to be drinking Jager.

    Submitted by 217217217 on Mar 24, 11 at 4:33pm
  • One way or another you'll be uncontrollably coughing up some nasty green shit. Good luck with that.

    Submitted by joe_jr_shabadoo on Jan 30, 11 at 5:05pm