Discussion in 'General Discussion Archive' started by krisko, Feb 4, 2008.
we hope you feel better!!!
lay off the booze
"Get well, get well soon, we want you to get well."
Day 1. Runny logs. Sour stomach.
Danny, I hope you recover from the Heineken Flu soon.
Get better soon, cutie!
Danny you should just said you ate bad "chicken and rice", Ant knows that's code for too drunk to come in.
Good luck, bro
Lay off the booze to feel better?
Looks like Danny is never recovering.
I am sure he has a cold or something... Of course when I say cold, I mean alcohol induced coma
He sure sounded well enough on the phone!
liquidy shit and nausea makes your voice sound funny?
what a soldier...posting from the shitter.
ooooh, hope you're feeling better!!
Danny = Ol' Gravyleg 2K8
Still <3 him though.
Only a little homo. I bet his mule smells like babygirl.
He has what's known in the Medical community as "the Bud Squirts".
flea do you post in every thread?
The answer is relatively straightforward: Alcohol is a toxin, and is toxic to the human body in even moderate amounts.
While we may have a few drinks and not feel anything, our body certainly takes notice of the alcohol. Alcohol is toxic to any area of the body that it touches -- from the point where it comes in contact with the oral cavity and is swallowed, down the esophagus, and into the stomach, alcohol is poisonous to cells and tissues of these parts of the digestive system.
The absorption of alcohol begins in the stomach and continues in the small intestine, where the bulk of the alcohol is absorbed. As the intestinal cells absorb the alcohol, the toxicity causes these cells to lose their ability to absorb water, and some cells even die. The cell injury and death leads to an outpouring of fluid from the intestinal lining, which is in turn poorly absorbed.
The end result is large volume secretory diarrhea. The diarrhea usually lasts for several hours until the alcohol is detoxified and removed from the digestive system.
Diarrhea after the consumption of alcohol is not a universal side effect. Many of us who drink do not have episodes of diarrhea afterwards. Why this occurs in some and not others is most likely related to the sensitivity of our individual digestive systems to alcohol, along with the amount of alcohol consumed. Furthermore, other kinds of food and drink can certainly cause and/or worsen diarrhea that was already caused by alcohol.
I won a 32 inch flat screen yesterday... that should make you feel a little better pal
Get well soon Danny!
Why couldnt he just fess up and say he was hung over. Jezzz man how many days have you missed over the years?? Not MAny or if any?
That's gonna make Burnout look so much sweeter!
I had the same thing after the Super Bowl a few years back and I didn't booze. It was all the pizza and wings. Total liquid shit at work and then after my hour long commute home I barely made it to the garbage bin to puke.
Blame it on the food, not your obsession for beer. In any case, get well soon champ.
Hangover Monday - 02/04/08