The Amazing Drunk-O-Meter
Download and print this PDF file containing a wallet-size Drunk-O-Meter. For best results, print it out on photo paper or card stock. Then just put it in your wallet, and reference it whenever you need to.
Buy it below and use it immediately! You can use this card to compare your body weight against the number of drinks you have had, or would like to have. Using it, you can approximate what your blood alcohol content would be. A second card is included as well. On that one, we’ve listed some simple sobriety tests that you can use to expose or highlight a person’s level of intoxication.
There is a science to determining these figures, and it’s not really that complicated. Still, while this chart can be used as a terrific reference point, we wouldn’t recommend that you rely upon it too heavily for any legal advice (ie. drinking and driving). It can definitely be helpful though. While .08% stands as our benchmark for legal intoxication, you should be mindful of some other numbers. Impairment and lapses of judgment can be detected at the .o4% range. This is a good figure to keep in mind if you are drinking with people that you may not be able to trust.
Also keep in mind that blood alcohol content continues to climb for about 45 minutes after your last drink. So even if you feel like you can handle “one more”, you may not feel that way by the time you’re done drinking it. Click on one of the links, off to the right, to learn more about alcohol and the way it affects our body.
If you haven’t already done so, make sure you read the Diagnosing Drug Use Page, to get up to speed on the techniques of drug diagnosis. The Home Sobriety Tests page will teach you how to quickly and easily administer home sobriety tests. You can use the Free Drug Symptom Chart, to help you obtain scientific proof of impairment. Learn what physical evidence may be lying right under your nose, by visiting the Detecting Drug Use Pages. And make sure that you’re doing everything right, by paging through the Preventing Drug Use Pages.