So the fine folks at Lapham’s Quarterly have been generous enough to give away a copy of the Intoxication issue to the three randomly selected people who can send the answers to the following questions to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1. Name a traditional hangover remedy used predominantly in Poland.
2. Complete the following quote from Melville: “Better sleep with a
sober cannibal than a _______ __________”
3. The allowed amount of whiskey a lumberjack was allowed to drink on
the job in 1850s Wisconsin:
a) 3.5 oz b) 4 oz c) 4.5 oz d) 5 oz
4. Name the artist behind the following lyrics: “When someone
overshoots the measure of his drink / He’s no more in control of tongue
and mind / He says wild things that make the sober blush / And feels no
shame in anything he does while drunk”
5. Which drink contains a larger percentage of alcohol: sake or port?
Send us over the answers and you’ll be entered to win. Hurry though, as the contest ends at noon PST on February 8, 2013!
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