I blew a .224 after sleeping for 6 hrs, cleary im a champion
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the 26 hrs thing is impossible because ud have blown about a 0.56 and would be dead
but the original story is possible. u go down about 0.01 each hour so itd be about 0.274 which is definitely possible
and actually, deaths have occurred at .35 and .4 is generally known as the lethal amount. i distinctly remember being told by multiple doctors that your heart begins to slow down at .3 and respiratory and cardiac arrest are highly likely above .35.
Like I said....champion, however terrible it may be....better than driving huh!
9:34 - It's called a zero order half life when drugs are removed at a constant rate.
fucking champ. i believe it.
AA 6 tumultuous years and counting.
10:04 ................ mullet? really though??
In December 2004, a man was admitted to the hospital in Plovdiv, Bulgaria after being struck by a car. After detecting a strong alcohol odour, doctors at a hospital conducted a breath test which displayed the man's blood alcohol content at 0.914. Concerned that their equipment was malfunctioning, doctors also performed five separate lab tests, all of which confirmed the man's incredible BAC.  The man was treated for serious injuries sustained in the crash but survived.
@ 11:35 not alcoholic if you are in college. Duh.
10:24 you must be asian...just kidding
10:39 who the fuck ends their rants with "1?"
pour some out for me homie you're so hood
Too bad you didn't die.
i think i know this guy
google tucker max's sushi story....this is eeriliy similiar.
ooorrrr, you're a douchebag. lol
That's EXACTLY the number I blew! Except instead of sleeping for six hours before that, I rolled my car...
7:36 all drugs have a half life, alcohol, included... its a weird way to talk about it but it is in fact a valid one.
i hope everyone else catches what 1:55 just said about 10:24... haaaaa!
3:26 you got my joke, we obviously know who the brightest crayon in this box is!
everyone needs calm down, this is definitely possible although not probable. Either way, it's still hilarious.
Let's all give you an applause for drinking a 30pk of Beast and sleeping in your parent's basement! You my friend, are a champion!!!
Very possible, I have gone to sleep at 1am, woken at 8am and still been drunk at 6pm. I am now going through some nasty withdrawal however.
I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell
agreed 11:35. It's too bad their BACs are so high, otherwise they would just kill themselves off, making it safer for the rest of us to breed. GO NATURAL SELECTION!!
You've gotta be under the age of 15 to not know what a mullet is... FYI it's a terrible hair style from the 80's which some idiots still haven't gotten cut- mainly rednecks... If this isn't enough - google it!!
10:09 is obviously a fucking genius and ya champion is fuckin right. cheers to that
Wrong, 8:17. In order for something to have a half-life, its decay or removal must be related to its concentration. Alcohol is removed from the bloodstream at a constant rate, totally independent of concentration. So it does not have a half-life.
10 56, did you mean blowing to take the bac test, or blowing like doing blow? Both would work in this case
Is it possible though?
0.35 BAC - Blackouts and stupor.
0.50 BAC - Published overdose level leading to death
With alcohols half-life, .224 after six hours of sleep would have put him at about .486. Not possible. 1019 your 'calculators' must have been broken
the OP probably meant a .0224
ok... he said 6 hours not 26 hours, and its totally possible. i've seen it... GO YOU!
The real question is, why are some of you people so proud of the fact that you can function at a BAC that high? Last time I checked, that probably makes you an alcoholic. Cool!!
i blew at .3 after 26 hours, yeah.
Ha ha agrred with ten o four, funny txt but definitely not physically possible. Still win
While impressive... i do know one better. My friend blew a .26 at noon... even tho he went to bed at 2am. there are fb pics to prove, lol
that's bullshit about that guy in bulgaria.
i blew a .15 after not drinking for 10 hrs.. but i think u have me beat
@ 11:17 I meant blowing to take the BAC test. Though you're right, my phrasing was pretty bad.
yeaa phillly! REPRESENTTT.
Funny! Not physically possible, of course. But cute story anyway! Go cut your mullet.
that's an illinois area code. nothing special considering i live there...
10:24, your numbers make absolutely no sense. The first guy was right. "half-life"? Really? There is no half-life involved in alcohol metabolism.
If you have a really high tolerance, it's possible to defeat those rules about BAC (obviously). But yes, a normal person with an average tolerance would OD at .4
Keepin it classy in PA, always.
nice job but not the best i had a buddy that slept 6 hours also and blew a .267
i love how sure all the people are that this can't be real, because someone told them it can't. despite documented police and hospital accounts that prove that, while exceptionally rare and not something that should be a goal or even considered possible for a normal person, it can in fact happen to a much higher degree.
good thing there are so many condescending assholes here, you guys must all be doctors, right?
we need more mullet-friendly people in the world
1206, that doesn't even make sense.
paalease sport, ur moms a douchebag, lol. just live with it. I don't think she's ever loved you....ever :(
Read an article where a guy in Bulgaria blew .91 at a hospital. Doctors thought their equipment was broken and tested him 5 separate more times. No joke, he had a BAC of .91.
9:34 is absolutely correct. Alcohol has a steady state linear metabolism, not a half-life exponential.
anything else? we almost have a short novel ^^^
@ 8:53 baboon hahahahaha
this is actually really possible, i had a friend blow a .274 at court after sleeping for seven hours... and i agree you are a champion
oh and i also agree with 12:06 :)
There was a woman in Oregon who blew a .7 something a few years back. Personally, my highest BAC recorded is a .4 (from blood drawn, not blowing. Blowing I probably would have been higher) and every doctor at the hospital stopped by my room to meet me and tell me that I either had one hell of a liver or that I needed to get my butt to rehab ASAP because I was not only conscious, but walking and talking and carrying on conversations while not being blacked out.
TOTAL FUCKING BULLSHIT
too bad this is a direct quote from the book "I hope they serve beer in hell"
It's definitely physically possible, by blood alcohol level calculators I should've blown a 0.54 one time. I obviously didn't have that high BAC or I'd be dead but still, I'm sure I was over a 0.274
Champion? Sounds like an average Phillies Business Person Special tailgate result.... Average if you ask me....
business in the front party in the back and i seriously am still drunk from last night
try blowing a .340 after getting a 27 on the ACT. champ that!
that my friend is serious champion status
having a high tolerance does not make you an alcoholic...if that were the case, every frat boy in america is in some deep s***, matter of fact, nearly all college students would be.
well yeah, college students are alcoholics.
215 is a Philly area code, not Illinois
.244 is code for fat Indian man.
Actually the quote was "I woke up blowing a 0.08!"
Get it right.