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(Metro)   Veterinarians get a puppy drunk on vodka to save his life. Your dog wants Stolichnaya   ( metro.co.uk) divider line
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2014-03-10 10:33:37 AM  
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How much antifreeze do I have to drink to get a dry martini around here?
2014-03-10 09:09:26 AM  
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SansNeural: "Because pure alcohol can alter antifreeze chemicals and allow them to be flushed out of an animal's body, Charlie was given 700ml of vodka over two days via a tube."

Wrong.  It's because ethylene glycol has two primary means of being metabolized, one fast way via the liver and then a slower way via a means I've forgotten.  Unfortunately, the fast way leads to toxicity.  Get the subject drunk, and the liver spends all its time processing the alcohol instead of the coolant, allowing the latter to be metabolized out the slow but non-toxic way.

Reporter couldn't bother to even look it up on wikipedia.
2014-03-10 08:59:31 AM  
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My dog told me he wants Stoya. What brand is that?
2014-03-10 08:57:43 AM  
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Psh.  You call that a dog?  Rat with a hippie wig.
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