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 Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: Big Marcus  
Date:   Wed 26 Sep 22:54

Hello. I'm looking for a laymens term explanation here. . .

Three experiments - (A) I drink a half bottle of vodka in 30 mins (Conventional method).

(B) I drink a half bottle of vodka (Through my eye) in 30 mins .

(C) I drink a half bottle of vodka (Through my . . .Ass. . .) In 30 mins. . .


Can anyone please explain the standard police breathalyser results, expectations or general understanding of these results.

Thank you in advance for any efforts at a comfortable answer.

Cheers.
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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: Luxembourg Par  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 00:36

Firstly, I would suggest that after

B - you aint driving anywhere

C - You are not gonna be sitting comfortably enough to drive


Anyway, the 'breathalyser' picks up on the alcohol absorbed by your body, (yes, absorbed, not necessarily 'swallowed') and circulated by the blood.
When said blood reaches the lungs, alcohol is exhaled, which is detected by the tests.

So yes, you can fail a breathalyser test without drinking any of the vodka

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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: OzPar  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 03:54

A... Epic fail on the breathalyser.

B&C... Why would you???

<<Can anyone please explain the standard police breathalyser results, expectations or general understanding of these results. >>

Scotland's 0.05% BAC is a fairly standard drink-drive limit (e.g. same as most states in the USA, Australia, NZ, Germany, France, Greece, Italy, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, etc.), The rest of the UK opts for 0.08%, which is quite high.

As far as the rest of your question is concerned, does it require answering? As the advert here in Oz says; If you drink and drive you are a bloody idiot.
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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: Big Marcus  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 10:21

I never said anything about driving. It's only scumbags that would do that.

I was looking for the scientific explanation in the difference between the absorption.
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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: richie5401  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 12:45

I would suggest going into your local police station and asking politely for answers to B and C.
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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: Big Marcus  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 12:48

I've tried but they have no answers.
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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: widtink  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 12:54

I think you're over thinking this to be honest.
Have a few voddies (the conventional way mind) and all these questions will melt away leaving everything... Just groovy. 😳



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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: WORST  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 14:04

As Lux said, once it's fully absorbed into the blood it should show



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 Re: Einstein wannabes?
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Thu 27 Sep 16:22

Makes no difference legally (I assume) how alcohol is ingested - it’s the amount in the bloodstream at the time of the police test that is the key aspect.
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