They keep stats for tipsy online ordering

They keep stats for tipsy online ordering

Some people argue that different types of alcohol makes them feel different ways, and the results of a new survey seem to back that theory up. Florida-based rehab facility Archstone Recovery Center surveyed 1,094 Amazon shoppers who made purchases while intoxicated. They found that on average, gin drinkers who bought the items in their virtual cart tended to spend the most, at $82.40. Rum, vodka, white wine, red win, tequila, beer, and whiskey drinkers tended to spend less (in descending order.) The survey found no evidence as to why gin makes shoppers so click-happy on Amazon despite the fact that being gin-drunk can be connected to extreme emotions and wild behavior. Another finding: gin-drinkers are also the most likely to splurge more when hitting that Amazon 1-click on a pricey item. On average, those who made big purchases while drunk off gin spent $235.10; whiskey drinkers came in second place in terms of splurging, shelling out $204.70; and tequila, beer, rum, vodka, white wine, and finally red wine drinkers all followed. Other interesting finds: women spend more than men while drunk online shopping, the most regretted drunk purchases are cell phones, and the most enjoyed drunk purchases are musical instruments. I was wondering where that tuba came from…

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They keep stats for tipsy online ordering

They keep stats for tipsy online ordering

Some people argue that different types of alcohol makes them feel different ways, and the results of a new survey seem to back that theory up. Florida-based rehab facility Archstone Recovery Center surveyed 1,094 Amazon shoppers who made purchases while intoxicated. They found that on average, gin drinkers who bought the items in their virtual…read more »