Wednesday, April 14, 2010

My name is Jeff, and I have a problem.

According to, my drinking habits may be negatively affecting my general health, and I should talk to a doctor or counselor about them.

"Your answers suggest that your current drinking is likely harmful to your health based on the amount you said you drink each week.

The USDA recommends that males drink no more than 14 drinks per week. This questionnaire cannot tell you for certain if alcohol use is harming your health. We recommend that you talk to your doctor or counselor about how alcohol may be affecting you.

Many of us think our drinking is like everyone else’s. In fact, less than 8% of the general adult American population and 12% of males drink more drinks each week than you told us you drink."

88% of males need to get involved.


  1. You got a B+ at man school. Luckily it's an A at coeducational institutions.

  2. It's hard to know what to think. An average of three 12 ounce servings of beer a night doesn't seem so bad to me. I mean, sure, it's robably a lot more than the average non-obsessed non-craft beer drinker, but actually dangerous?. Come on!

    Of course, that's what an alcoholic would say I guess.

    I don't eat fast food, and I ride my bike at least 7 miles a day. I'm going to go ahead and tell myself that the drinking gets canceled out.

  3. I like to think I excel at coed activities.