Note to self: Don't drink whisky before filling out reports. grinning smileygrinning smileygrinning smileygrinning smileygrinning smiley

My brother had a couple fireball nips laying around so I drank a couple. Then I proceeded to fill out a couple mystery shop reports and man, I was struggling with the narratives. I hope they sound coherent. Can you guys handle writing reports while a little intoxicated?



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Yes I have had a few glasses of wine while filling out reports. What I found is the reports go a lot slower but it is not so boring.
Yeah...I can handle them on wine. Liquor, not so much. It it's a 24 hour deadline I do some of the report the night before and look it over in the morning. Many times there have been multiple changes.
I don't drink. If I did, I would not drink and write. My writing is hazardous enough already! grinning smiley

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DavePi, I think you need to drink more to get your tolerance up.

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I find that I do much better with my reports if I'm downing a four shot latte.... At the least, my typing speed increases significantly.....

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Long story short: I no longer do shops which require me to drink alcohol. Some people enjoy them, though. All metabolisms are different.
Doing loss protection I have a tall Vodka and tonic, having to have two, I have to eat...by the time I get home it's worn off and I have tea doing my reports.

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My body's pretty sensitive to alcohol. If I have even 1 drink, it not only makes the shop more difficult to complete, but I'm still feeling the effects for the next 12 hours or so.
@OceanGirl wrote:

My body's pretty sensitive to alcohol. If I have even 1 drink, it not only makes the shop more difficult to complete, but I'm still feeling the effects for the next 12 hours or so.
I have an "allergy" to rum (took me forever to narrow it down, and I like rum and coke), where I feel sore and basically hung over immediately after 1 drink. I can then drink something else, and I'm fine. Although, I don't get black out drunk or fully hung over.
@OceanGirl wrote:

Long story short: I no longer do shops which require me to drink alcohol. Some people enjoy them, though. All metabolisms are different.
I've never seen any that required drinking. Even the late night bar assessment, where I order 2 highballs, I don't have to drink them, and they have directions on how to ditch the drink.

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I would not, could not fill out any forms with alcohol in my body. I have a few glasses of wine after 5 Pm, I just watch TV and veg.
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