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Comic #4313

1 Adam: Of course, we need to do this scientifically.
2 Adam: I’ll drink this vodka, and record a reading of my blood alcohol level after each glass.
3 Jamie: Maybe it would be better if I record the readings for you...
4 Adam: Good point. I’ll need my hands free to operate the blood transfusion equipment.

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I originally wrote Adam's second line as:

I’ll drink this vodka, and record a reading of my blood alcohol level after each bottle.

A friend pointed out that "bottle" is a bit too ludicrous, whereas replacing it with "glass", while still clearly ridiculous and over the top, is a lot closer to just a bit over the top, and so therefore funnier.

On another note, I'm glad I chose vodka and not whisky, so that I could get away with using a clear glass and bottles.

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