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alcohol

No other human being, no woman, no poem or music, book or painting can replace alcohol in its power to give man the illusion of real creation.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is held to be no surer test of civilization than the increase per head of the consumption of alcohol and tobacco. Yet alcohol and tobacco are recognizable poisons, so that their consumption has only to be carried far enough to destroy civilization altogether.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
No power on earth or above the bottomless pit has such influence to terrorize and make cowards of men as the liquor power. Satan could not have fallen on a more potent instrument with which to thrall the world. Alcohol is king!More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Mrs. George: [serving the Plastics fruit drinks] Hey, you guys! Happy hour is from four to six!
Cady: Um, is there alcohol in this?
Mrs. George: Oh, God, honey, no! What kind of mother do you think I am? Why, do you want a little bit? Because if you're going to drink I'd rather you do it in the house.More [11/02/2005 12:11:00]
Robbie: All right, remember - alcohol equals puke equals smelly mess equals nobody likes you!More [12/18/2005 12:12:00]
Questioner: I was just wondering if you could tell me, um, if you thought drugs and alcohol would make me a better writer.
Dr. Hunter S. Thompson: That's a good question. Let me see...
[the audience cheers as Thompson lights a joint. A few people throw joints onto the stage]
Dr. Hunter S. Thompson: In my case, you know, I hate to advocate drugs or liquor, violence, insanity to anyone. But in my case it's worked.More [01/23/2006 12:01:00]
Honey: Oh, I don't know, a little brandy maybe. "Never mix, never worry!"
George: Martha? Rubbing alcohol for you?
Martha: Sure! "Never mix, never worry!"More [02/04/2006 12:02:00]
I didn't have to bury myself in drugs and alcohol and all of that, and I think a lot of that had to do with my strong upbringing.More [07/13/2006 12:07:00]
“That's why I'm encouraging everyone who is at risk for this potentially deadly disease, especially tobacco and alcohol users, to take advantage of the free screenings throughout the country on April 21. You owe it to your family and loved ones to get yourself checked.”More [08/03/2006 12:08:00]
If you are a sensitive person like me, you turn to something that makes you feel good. For me it was alcohol and cocaine.More [09/14/2006 12:09:00]
Also, I gained lots of weight between ages 18-20 because I was drinking alcohol at night. Alcohol has lots of calories and that does not help.More [11/16/2006 12:11:00]
Leonard Shelby: I don't feel drunk
[as he looks at a near empty bottle of alcohol in his hand]More [03/22/2007 12:03:00]
Jack Houriskey: God made alcohol as a social lubricant. To make men brave, and to make women loose.More [04/19/2007 12:04:00]
Elizabeth Masterson: Oh my, this is more serious than I thought
David Abbott: Go away, you don't exist!
Elizabeth Masterson: I'm going to ask you a series of questions and I want you to answer honestly. Has your recent alcohol intake increased?
David Abbott: Yeah. So?
Elizabeth Masterson: So are you hearing voices or seeing things that aren't quite real?
David Abbott: As a matter of fact, yeah
Elizabeth Masterson: Well then, have you recently sought consult from a mental health care professional?
David Abbott: What? How did you know that? Stay away from me!
Elizabeth Masterson: Do you often feel paranoid, like people are out to get you?
David Abbott: Why are you asking so many questions?
Elizabeth Masterson: I'll take that as a yes. Listen to me. You have fantasised, quite convincingly that you have rented an apartment that in fact belongs to somebody else.
Elizabeth Masterson: [Extra dialogue] I think you may need to come to terms with the fact that you may be mentally ill.
Elizabeth Masterson: Really?More [04/19/2007 12:04:00]
Patrick Bateman: I live in the American Gardens Building on W. 81st Street on the 11th floor. My name is Patrick Bateman. I'm 27 years old. I believe in taking care of myself and a balanced diet and rigorous exercise routine. In the morning if my face is a little puffy I'll put on an ice pack while doing stomach crunches. I can do 1000 now. After I remove the ice pack I use a deep pore cleanser lotion. In the shower I use a water activated gel cleanser, then a honey almond body scrub, and on the face an exfoliating gel scrub. Then I apply an herb-mint facial mask which I leave on for 10 minutes while I prepare the rest of my routine. I always use an after shave lotion with little or no alcohol, because alcohol dries your face out and makes you look older. Then moisturizer, then an anti-aging eye balm followed by a final moisturizing protective lotion.More [04/23/2007 12:04:00]
Neely O'Hara: [catching her husband in the pool with a girl] Having fun, kiddies? Don't mind me. Go right ahead! I'll watch.
[girl runs away, naked, into the house]
Neely O'Hara: You'd better run, you little tramp. How dare you contaminate my pool! Here.
[emptiesl bottle of alcohol into the pool]
Neely O'Hara: Maybe this will disinfect it.More [05/26/2007 12:05:00]
Neely O'Hara: [catching her husband in the pool with a girl] Having fun, kiddies? Don't mind me. Go right ahead! I'll watch.
[girl runs away, naked, into the house]
Neely O'Hara: You'd better run, you little tramp. How dare you contaminate my pool! Here.
[empties bottle of alcohol into the pool]
Neely O'Hara: Maybe this will disinfect it.More [05/26/2007 12:05:00]
Lawrence Bourne III: Just a minute, stewardess!
Tammy: Yes?
Lawrence Bourne III: Could you get the pilot to send a telegram for me?
[Writes down message]
Lawrence Bourne III: 'Dear Dad. Have made terrible mistake and joined the Peace Corps. Please arrange to have me brought home at once. Your loving son, blah, blah, blah Lawrence'.
Tammy: Are you sure?
Lawrence Bourne III: Do I look like I'm associated with this hootenanny? And when you come back, bring me something with alcohol in it.More [06/05/2007 12:06:00]
Bob Cody: Hey, Bob Cody. I don't drive, and I don't like to hitchhike. When I hitchhike I am at the mercy of the driver. But when I pay for the ride, I'm the employer, and I call the shots. That's how I like it. So you want to work for me?
Neal Oliver: Well, I'm going to Danver. I wouldn't mind making some money.
Bob Cody: Good. I'm going to Renburg. It's on your way. Here's my proposition. You pay for gas, pay for your meal. No alcohol while you're on payroll. I pick the radio stations. I initiate all conversations. I'll pay you $10 cash every hour, and the mileage money when we get to Renburg. In all other matters, you play straight with me, I'll play straight with you. So do we have a contract?
Neal Oliver: We have a contract.
Bob Cody: So who's my new employee?
Neal Oliver: Neal Oliver.
Bob Cody: Mr. Oliver, you may call me "Mr. Cody" or "Sir".
Neal Oliver: You've got it, Sir.More [06/24/2007 12:06:00]
Bob Cody: Ever hear of Frederick Turner, Mr. Oliver?
Neal Oliver: No, Sir.
Bob Cody: Well, he was an historian. About a hundred years ago he came up with a theory about the frontier. He said the frontier was a safety valve for civilization, a place for people to go to keep from goin' mad. So, whenever there were folks who couldn't fit in with the way things were, nuts, and malcontents, and extremists, they'd pack up and head for the frontier. That's how America got started - all the crackpots and troublemakers in Europe packed up and went to a frontier which became the Thirteen Colonies. When some people couldn't fit in with that, they moved farther west, which is why all the nuts eventually ended up in California. Turner died in 1932, so he wasn't around long enough to see what happened to the world when we ran out of frontier. Some people say we have the frontier of the mind, and they go off and explore the wonderful world of alcohol and drugs, but that's no frontier. It's just another way for us to fool ourselves. And we've created this phony frontier with computers, which allows people to, you know, think they've escaped. A frontier with access fees?
Neal Oliver: What about space? You know, the final frontier!
Bob Cody: Ah, Star Trek, that isn't space. That's television - fine fuckin' frontier that is. Besides, how many folks can just pack up and go to space?More [06/24/2007 12:06:00]
[Helen pours alcohol all over Madeline's car and then dumps the bottles inside, revealing dozens of bottles and alcohol everywhere]
Helen: We'll make it look like she's had just a little bit too much to drink...More [06/27/2007 12:06:00]
Helen Sharp: After the autopsy there will be only slight traces of Narconal left in her body. It will be viewed as just another - drunk - driver.
[In Coroner's lab. Madeline's charred torso and arm is visible with a fused beer bottle in her hand]
Coroner: [Picks up hand with bottle] Blood alcohol level- 3.0... She had it coming.
[Drops hand, bottle brakes]
Helen Sharp: Case closed, Madeline's dead, and we're free!More [06/27/2007 12:06:00]
A little wine sometimes, that’s all. Spirits (are) bad. Alcohol wrong. Herb does growMore [07/12/2007 12:07:00]
Midnite: [as he is preparing to spread water and alcohol on the floor] Tell me this isn't about the girl?
John Constantine: Definitely, mostly not about the girl.More [07/29/2007 12:07:00]
It was my Uncle George who discovered that alcohol was a food well in advance of modern medical thought.More [08/21/2007 12:08:00]
Jessica (Clive): [grabs Clive's drink as he's about to drink it] There'd better not be any alcohol in that!
Clive (Jessica): Oh, no no no. This is a VIRGIN Scotch on the Rocks.More [03/28/2008 12:03:00]
Zachary Morgan: [Mrs. Marshall comes in with a flaming plum pudding] I never could figure out why the pudding never gets burned.
Mary Marshall: I've never been able to figure that out either. Must be the alcohol in the brandy.
Zachary Morgan: I think.
Mr. Marshall: Personally, I think it's a shame to burn good brandy. That quart I brought home last week was imported cognac.
Mrs. Marshall: Oh, don't worry, Henry, I didn't burn up the whole quart.
Barbara Marshall: Oh, I wouldn't trust Mom with it, Dad.
Mr. Marshall: Maybe you're right. Remember last year, how Mom got going on just a glass of sherry?
Mrs. Marshall: Now I'm not going to listen to that again!
Barbara Marshall: You may not believe this about your dear Aunt Sarah, but last year she got high as a kite.
Zachary Morgan: If they're trying to drag out a family skeleton, Mrs. Marshall, I won't listen to them.
Mrs. Marshall: Oh, it's just one of those little things that happen, people start exaggerating.
Mr. Marshall: Exaggerate, my eye! It's as true as I sit here. Last year, Mother and I had a glass of sherry to bring in the new year. And then we went to a little gathering, all the way across town, it was. Mother had her skirt on backwards!
Mrs. Marshall: See here, Henry, if you're in such good voice, how about a Christmas carol?More [04/07/2008 12:04:00]
Carter Duryea: [about to be kissed] Uh, I heard this rumor... alcohol impairs your judgment.More [04/13/2008 12:04:00]
Elder Aaron Davis: I didn't come to unload on you.
Lila: You gave me the opportunity once. Let me return the favor.
Elder Aaron Davis: All right after we met, I was sent home and excommunicated from my church... for being gay.
Lila: Your church doesn't like alcohol or homosexuals. Hmm... Well, I definitely won't be joining. Can't imagine heaven without both.More [07/11/2008 12:07:00]
Borneo Officer: We're with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
Yuri Orlov: Let me guess... this isn't about the alcohol or tobacco.More [08/12/2008 12:08:00]
And I don't really drink alot of booze, alcohol will kill ya... but I smoke all the pot I can find, I don't smoke it all at once, I just do a little bit at a time, and I uh, I used to take acid but I quit around 1971.More [08/13/2008 12:08:00]
Intern:
Seems there's been a young riot down to Sadie's place.



Dr. Greg Connolly:
That so? Any of the girls hurt?



Intern:
A couple. Sadie too. She came in looking like a hamburger.



Hospital Employee:
Doctor, you're wanted in the emergency room.



Dr. Greg Connolly:
I'll be right there...



Sadie Harris:
[In the emergency room, Nurse Hammond dabs at Madame Sadie's blackened eye with an alcohol swab] Whaddya wanna do? Put my eye out?



Nurse Gloria Hammond:
Sorry. Seems as if somebody already beat me to it.



Sadie Harris:
Yes, wait'll I lay my hands on him the big... begonia. Oh, isn't that doctor ever coming?



Nurse Gloria Hammond:
Dr. Connolly'll be right up. We're pretty busy here tonight.



Sadie Harris:
Lotta customers, eh? You must put on a good show.



Nurse Gloria Hammond:
I've never heard any applause.



Dr. Greg Connolly:
[Dr. Connolly enters] I'm sorry to have kept you waiting.



Sadie Harris:
Why Mr. Gregory! Fancy meeting you here!


[Nurse Hammond furrows her brow disapprovingly at the doctor]



Dr. Greg Connolly:
[nervously] Why... I'm afraid you must be mistaken madam. I'm Dr. Connolly.



Sadie Harris:
Oh, uh, ok Doc. Never saw ya before.

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Sherlock Holmes:
You've a magnificent brain, Moriarty. I admire it. I'd like to present it pickled in alcohol to the London Medical Society.



Professor Moriarty:
Holmes, you only now barely missed sending me to the gallows. You're the only man in England clever enough to defeat me. I'm going to break you. I'm going to bring off right under your nose the most incredible crime of the century, and you'll never suspect it until it's too late. It'll be the end of you Sherlock Holmes. Then I can retire in peace. I'd like to retire; crime no longer amuses me. I'd like to devote my remaining years to abstract science.

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Tracy Lord:
I never thought that alcohol would - Oh shut up.

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[Darby finds Michael unconscious]



Darby O'Gill:
[smells alcohol on Michael's shirt, slaps him awake] Is it drunk ye are?


[Michael looks up at him, puzzled; smells his shirt and looks at the bottle in his hand, then rubs the back of his head where he was beaten]



Darby O'Gill:
Who did it, lad?



Michael McBride:
I don't know, but I can guess.



Darby O'Gill:
Where's Katie?



Michael McBride:
[worried] She's gone after the horse!



Darby O'Gill:
[angrily] Did ye let her go alone, in the dark of the night!



Michael McBride:
She was in a terror rage at me! An' sure 'twas your fault for not tellin' her the truth in the first place!



Darby O'Gill:
[worried] God forgive me, she'll be chasin' a pooka.

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Larry Gilbert:
[Kitty yawns during Larry's routine] Madam, your Vodka gimlets are showing. Vodka, that's an alcohol rub from the inside.

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Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake:
Erm, what about the planes, sir? Surely we must issue the recall code immediately.



General Jack D. Ripper:
Group Captain, the planes are not gonna be recalled. My attack orders have been issued, and the orders stand.



Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake:
Well, if you'll excuse me saying so, sir, that would be, to my way of thinking, rather... well, rather an odd way of looking at it. You see, if a Russian attack was in progress, we would certainly not be hearing civilian broadcast.



General Jack D. Ripper:
Are you certain of that, Mandrake?



Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake:
Oh, I'm absolutely positive about it.



General Jack D. Ripper:
And what if it is true?



Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake:
Well, I'm afraid I'm still not with you, sir, because, I mean, if a Russian attack was not in progress, then your use of Plan R - in fact, your order to the entire Wing... Oh. I would say, sir, that there were something dreadfully wrong somewhere.



General Jack D. Ripper:
Now why don't you just take it easy, Group Captain, and please make me a drink of grain alcohol and rainwater, and help yourself to whatever you'd like.


[Mandrake snaps to attention and salutes]



Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake:
General Ripper, Sir, as an officer in Her Majesty's Air Force, it is my clear duty, under the present circumstances, to issue the recall code, upon my own authority, and bring back the Wing. If you'll excuse me, sir.


[He finds the doors locked]



Group Capt. Lionel Mandrake:
I'm afraid, sir, I must ask you for the key, and the recall code. Have you got them handy, sir?

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McCoy:
Saurian brandy, one hundred years old. Jim?



Capt. Kirk:
Please.



McCoy:
Mr Spock, I know you won't have one. Heaven forbid those mathematically perfect brainwaves be corrupted by this all too human vice.



Spock:
Thank you, doctor, I will have a brandy.


[Kirk and McCoy look at each other in amazement]



McCoy:
[to Kirk] Do you think the two of us can handle a drunk Vulcan? Once alcohol hits that green blood....

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Colossus:
You have consumed enough alcohol for one evening.

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Felix Unger:
What are you doing?



Oscar Madison:
Sterilizing the wound.



Felix Unger:
With beer?



Oscar Madison:
It's got alcohol in it.

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Harley Sullivan:
Do you know how to make Indian whiskey, John?



John O'Hanlan:
No, Harley.



Harley Sullivan:
Well, you take a barrel of Missouri River water and a couple of gallons of alcohol and some strychnine to make them crazy, and tobacco to make them sick. An Indian wouldn't figure it was whiskey unless it made him sick. Add a few bars of soap to put a head on it and then a half-pound or so of red pepper to give it a kick. Put some tumbleweed in, boil it until it turns brown, and that's Indian whiskey.

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Archie:
Why did the Irish farmer pour alcohol on his vegetable crop? Because he wanted to have stewed tomatoes.

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Mr. Colson:
I've seen more of this state's poor cowboys, miners, railroaders and Indians go broke buyin' pickup trucks. The poor people of this state are dope fiends for pickup trucks. As soon's they get ten cents ahead they trade in on a new pickup truck. The families, homesteads, schools, hospitals and happiness of Montana have been sold down the river to buy pickup trucks!... And there's a sickness here worse than alcohol and dope. It is the pickup truck debt! And there's no cure in sight.

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[Annie wants to smoke marijuana before sex]



Alvy Singer:
Yeah, grass, right? The illusion that it will make a white woman more like Billie Holiday.



Annie Hall:
Well, have you ever made love high?



Alvy Singer:
Me? No. I - I, you know, If I have grass or alcohol or anything, I get unbearably wonderful. I get too, too wonderful for words. I don't know why you have to get high every time we make love.



Annie Hall:
It relaxes me.



Alvy Singer:
You have to be artificially relaxed before we can go to bed?



Annie Hall:
Well, what's the difference anyway?



Alvy Singer:
Well, I'll give you a shot of sodium pentathol. You can sleep through it.



Annie Hall:
Oh come on. Look who's talking. You've been seeing a psychiatrist for 15 years. You should smoke some of this. You'd be off the couch in no time.

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Elaine Nardo:
Poor Emily. It's so sad that she mixed drugs and alcohol and spent the night with you... when most people only die.

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Boon:
It's not gonna be an orgy! It's a toga party.



Katy:
Honestly, Boon, you're twenty-one years old. In six months you're going to graduate, and tomorrow night you're going to wrap yourself in a bed sheet and pour grain alcohol all over your head. It's cute, but I think I'll pass this time.



Boon:
Want me to go alone?



Katy:
Baby, I don't want you to go at all.



Boon:
It's a *fraternity* party, I'm in the fraternity. How can I miss it?



Katy:
I'll write you a note. I'll say you're too well to attend.

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[Thompson is speaking to a crowd of college students]



Questioner:
I was just wondering if you could tell me, um, if you thought drugs and alcohol would make me a better writer.



Dr. Hunter S. Thompson:
That's a good question. Let me see...


[the audience cheers as Thompson lights a joint. A few people throw joints onto the stage]



Dr. Hunter S. Thompson:
In my case, you know, I hate to advocate drugs or liquor, violence, insanity to anyone. But in my case it's worked.

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Rupert Pupkin:
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. Let me introduce myself. My name is Rupert Pupkin. I was born in Clifton, New Jersey... which was not at that time a federal offense. Is there anyone here from Clifton? Oh, good. We can all relax now. I'd like to begin by saying... my parents were too poor to afford me a childhood. But the fact is that... no one is allowed to be too poor in Clifton. Once you fall below a certain level... they exile you to Passaic. My parents did put the first two down payments on my childhood. Don't get me wrong, but they did also return me to the hospital as defective. But, like everyone else I grew up in large part thanks to my mother. If she were only here today... I'd say, "Hey, ma, what are you doing here? You've been dead for nine years!" But seriously, you should've seen my mother. She was wonderful. Blonde, beautiful, intelligent, alcoholic. We used to drink milk together after school. Mine was homogenized. Hers was loaded. Once they picked her up for speeding. They clocked her doing 55. All right, but in our garage? And when they tested her... they found out that her alcohol had 2% blood. Ah, but we used to joke together, mom and me... until the tears would stroll down her face... and she would throw up! Yeah, and who would clean it up? Not dad. He was too busy down at O'Grady's... throwing up on his own. Yeah. In fact, until I was 13 I thought throwing up was a sign of maturity. While the other kids were off in the woods sneaking cigarettes... I was hiding behind the house with my fingers down my throat. The only problem was I never got anywhere... until one day my father caught me. Just as he was giving me a final kick in the stomach for luck... I managed to heave all over his new shoes! "That's it", I thought. "I've made it. I'm finally a man!" But as it turned out, I was wrong. That was the only attention my father ever gave me. Yeah, he was usually too busy out in the park playing ball with my sister Rose. But today, I must say thanks to those many hours of practice my sister Rose has grown into a fine man. Me, I wasn't especially interested in athletics. The only exercise I ever got was when the other kids picked on me. Yeah, they used to beat me up once a week... usually Tuesday. And after a while the school worked it into the curriculum. And if you knocked me out, you got extra credit. There was this one kid, poor kid... he was afraid of me. I used to tell him...”Hit me, hit me. What's the matter with you? Don't you want to graduate?" Hey, I was the youngest kid in the history of the school to graduate in traction. But, you know, my only real interest right from the beginning, was show business. Even as a young man, I began at the very top collecting autographs. Now, a lot of you are probably wondering... why Jerry isn't with us tonight. Well, I'll tell you. The fact is he's tied up. I'm the one who tied him. Well, I know you think I'm joking... but, believe me, that's the only way... I could break into show business... by hijacking Jerry Langford. Right now, Jerry is strapped to a chair... somewhere in the middle of the city. Go ahead, laugh. Thank you. I appreciate it. But the fact is, I'm here. Now, tomorrow you'll know I wasn't kidding... and you'll think I was crazy. But, look, I figure it this way. Better to be king for a night than schmuck for a lifetime. Thank you. Thank you.

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Freddie:
[Allen is passed out and laying on the bar in a snack bowl] You see, drinking is a matter of algebraic ratio. How drunk you get is caused by the amount of alcohol you consume in relation to your total body weight. You see my point? It's not that you had too much to drink. You're just too skinny.


[Allen remains comatose]



Freddie:
Bartender! Another round for my friend and I here!



Allen:
No, no, Freddie. I don't want to get drunk!



Freddie:
But you *are* drunk. You see, a sober person would have reached for the pretzels.



Bartender:
Is he gonna' be up there all day?



Freddie:
I don't know.



Allen:
[coming to] Ohhhh... I'm on the bar!



Freddie:
Oh, you're on the bar. Here, let me help you down.


[Allen slips and falls to the floor]



Freddie:
Uh-oh, you fell.

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[Drunk, Allen is lying on the bar with his whole face in a bowl of pretzels]



Freddie:
You see, drinking is a matter of algebraic ratio.


[Takes a sip of wine]



Freddie:
How drunk you get is caused by how much alcohol you consume in relation to your total body weight. Its not that you've had a lot to drink; its just you're too skinny! Bartender, more drinks here please!



Allen:
[Lifting his head up; pretzels are stuck to his face] No! No, Freddie! I don't wanna get drunk!



Freddie:
But you are drunk. A sober person would have reached for the pretzels.

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Rick Benton:
So what else they been teaching you in that


[driving education]



Rick Benton:
class?



Jeff Benton:
They talk a lot about drunk driving



Rick Benton:
Well that IS important - if you wanna drink, you don't drive...



Jeff Benton:
With an alcohol blood level of above point o-five



Rick Benton:
[Shakes head] Ah-ah, wrong! "O-O" for you!

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Mike Nelson:
I've never driven with my blood alcohol under 2 before. It's really easy!

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Doug:
I don't care how liberated this world becomes - a man will always be judged by the amount of alcohol he can consume - and a woman will be impressed, whether she likes it or not.

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[At Moe's]



Lenny:
It's a good thing you stopped smoking the magic grass, Homer. You were getting spaced out.



Carl:
Yeah, we were planning an intervention, but I got alcohol poisoning that night.

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Lenny:
Ah, alcohol and night-swimming. It's a winning combination.

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Nino Brown:
I'm not guilty. *You're* the one that's guilty. The lawmakers, the politicians, the Columbian drug lords, all you who lobby against making drugs legal. Just like you did with alcohol during the prohibition. You're the one who's guilty. I mean, c'mon, let's kick the ballistics here: Ain't no Uzi's made in Harlem. Not one of us in here owns a poppy field. This thing is bigger than Nino Brown. This is big business. This is the American way.

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Trip:
Thought you'd be lookin' for transportation outta town by now.



Q:
Trip, man. You gotta tell me what's goin' on.



Trip:
You done slid down a razor blade and landed in an alcohol river. Word is you killed Raheem. And Quillis. And Radames.



Q:
That's bullshit, man! You know me better than that!



Trip:
I don't know that.



Q:
C'mon, Trip, you known me since I was a kid.



Trip:
I known a lotta killers since they was kids.

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Lennier:
There's no alcohol in here, is there?



Ambassador Londo Mollari:
Alcohol? No, of course not. Here, drink up.



Lennier:
Because my people do not react well at all to alcohol. Even a small quantity causes psychotic impulses and violent, homicidal rages.


[Londo stops him from drinking]



Ambassador Londo Mollari:
Ahh ahh ahh... my mistake. *Alcohol*...

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Cornfed:
Be careful, Duckman. A cursory olfactory analysis of this woman's sweat glands indicates that decades of alcohol ingestion have permeated her cellular structure and made her a prime candidate for spontaneous combustion.

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Doris Pickman:
Just a scalp lac. No LOC, and enough alcohol in her breath to light a small fire.

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Dejan Tofcevic The government started a war against poverty, but the poor were stronger. [12/27/2020 06:12:43] More


Author Unknown Programmers don't die, they just move to the cloud. [01/01/2021 03:01:42] More


Zoran Tucakovic The producers of lies work for the famous consumer. [12/27/2020 10:12:51] More


Daliborka Sismanovic Kepcija Don't overdo your career. There is not much room for writing on the tombstone. [12/25/2020 05:12:15] More


Dejan Tofcevic We fought not in vain - we paid for everything with our heads. [12/27/2020 06:12:56] More