Orange Cream Jello Shots Recipe
1 cup Vanilla Liqueur
1 cup (hot) Water
1 package Orange Jello
Mix hot water and jello. Add liqueur. Pour into 2 ounce glasses or cups. Serve after the jello has set.
EZ Jello Shots
2/3 cup Vodka
1 cups (boiled) Water
1 package Jello
Boil the water. Mix with a small package of jello, stir and let dissolve. When completely dissolved, stir in vodka. Pour into shot glasses or an ice cube tray and place in the fridge or freezer. When jello has completely set, serve.
Black Cherry Jello Shots
2 cups Peach Schnapps
2 cups (hot) Water
1 package (large) Black Cherry Jello
Bring water to a boil. Mix with a large package of black cherry jello. Then add peach schnapps, mix well. Pour into small plastic shots or 2 oz. containers. Chill and enjoy.
[colored_box color=” green”]Here are some of the few misconceptions that people have about alcoholic beverages and the actual facts behind them.[/colored_box]
MYTH: Beer is less intoxicating than other types of alcoholic beverages.
FACT: One 12-ounce can of beer, one 4-ounce glass of wine or one normal mixed drink or cocktail are all equally intoxicating.
MYTH: Switching between beer, wine, and liquor will get you more drunk.
FACT: Mixing different types of drinks may make you sicker by upsetting your stomach, but will not get you more intoxicated.
MYTH: Cold Showers, fresh air or hot coffee help sober a person.
FACT: Only time will remove alcohol from the system. It takes the body approximately one hour to eliminate the alcohol in one drink.
MYTH: Eating a big meal before you drink will keep you sober.
FACT: Drinking on a full stomach will only delay the absorption of alcohol into the bloodstream, not prevent it. Eating before you drink is not a defence mechanism against getting drunk.
MYTH: Everyone reacts to alcohol in the same way.
FACT: Many factors affect a person’s reaction to alcohol — body weight, metabolism, gender, body chemistry, and many others.