Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Science and Alcohol, Dr Feelgood?

A new study Blah Blah Blah
found large quantities of alcohol could be even more beneficial for men

Strangely, more research is needed.
Interesting that it's a Spanish study and the Spanish eat olive oil and the Mediterranean diet etc. etc.
Ah well, we can only dream of research that involves:
10.30 pm -feeling good
11.00 pm - Oh yeah, oh yeah
11.30 pm - The night is young!!
12.00 am - I've always been a burden to everyone I've ever known.

"Two tins of Spanish cooking type wine, Moriarty"

11 comments:

fish said...

Well then, I just spent the last two days improving my health significantly.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

drinking like a fish.

heh. I kill me.

Jennifer said...

One's not enough! Two's too many! Three's not enough!!

herr doktor bimler said...

Oddly enough, my own surveys have demonstrated that a diet consisting largely of beer, coffee, chilli and black pudding is beneficial for men, since 0% of the subjects consuming it died during the test period.

More research is needed.

Another Kiwi said...

Absolutely agree, Herr Doktor. There should be careful monitoring on the effect of champagne in the diet.

BTW could you email me as I have a question for you? Adress in in my Blogger profile thingo.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Don't do it, herr doktor!

You're liable to end up with a marine worm infestation.
~

herr doktor bimler said...

I followed the link in his Blogger profile, and the next thing I knew, my web-banking details had been hacked and my account had been billed for a set of Hammers underwear.

Another Kiwi said...

Bwah ha ha ha! Hammers knickers for christmas eh Doktor???

Substance McGravitas said...

Investigations of the toilet to follow shortly.

Another Kiwi said...

Hammers and porcelain ablution stations do not mix well.

herr doktor bimler said...

diet consisting largely of beer, coffee, chilli and black pudding

I figure that if I call it "The Hanseatic Diet" I can write a best-selling book in the popular health genre, plus accompanying cookbooks, and make a fortune.