Because there's nothing safer than mixing vodka and pills (or heavy machinery), the Ruskie imbibeable (word wizardry!) may soon be available in powdered/pill form. Look out, Pixie Stix! (Picture unrelated, liquid vodka in gel-tabs).
Russian professor Evgeny Moskalev of Saint Petersburg Technological University has evolved a technique that allows turning alcohol into powder and packing it in pills.
"Dry" vodka can be wrapped in paper and carried around in a pocket or a bag. Vodka in form of a pill would come handy at parties when "consumers" would be able to calculate their exact required dosage. "Dry" vodka can be wrapped in paper and carried around in a pocket or a bag. Vodka in form of a pill would come handy at parties when "consumers" would be able to calculate the exact required dosage.
"...Calculate the exact required dosage"? For what -- puking on your shoes? No, I find this whole story a little suspect seeing how I already reported on powdered alcohol BACK IN APRIL. So, who really invented it, Mr. Evgeny Moskalev Cocktail?! It was God! Make it rain, big man, make it rain. Booze plague! Slip 'n Slide!
Thanks to Sasha, who once licked dry booze straight from the proverbial powdered alcohol cow's teat.
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