It's swimsuit season and you're probably worried about packing on any extra pounds, but that shouldn't stop you from getting tipsy, sloshed, hammered or completely drunk. Or at least that's the message we're getting from a website which exists solely to explain how "get drunk, not fat."
GetDrunkNotFat.com is a simple, no-frills website with a huge chart showing alcoholic beverages sorted by their calorie to alcohol ratio — key information for any body-conscious lush.
In case you're not clear as to what a calorie to alcohol ratio means, the creators of the site have an explanation ready:
Calorie to Alcohol Ratio is derived by taking the calories in 12 ounces of an alcoholic beverage and dividing it by the alcoholic content (ABV). For instance a 12 oz Budweiser contains 145 calories and contains 5.0% alcohol. If you divide 145 by 5 you get a ratio of 29. Mike's Hard Lemonade also contains 5.0% alcohol but has 235 calories. 235 / 5 = a score of 47 which is not desirable. Unless you are a trying to meet Chris Hansen of Dateline NBC in person you probably shouldn't be buying that crap anyway!
The reason you'd care about this ratio? Because it'll help you stay slender without missing out on all the mistakes you could be making while intoxicated, of course.
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