What? Bailey's makes you fat? What do we do now?
Here at Bitterwallet, we like to be drunk. We offer no apologies for that. 75% of us are 85% drunk right now. But there's a price to pay, and we're not talking about forking out for the acquisition of the drink in the first place.
All of us are getting fat and sluggish and it won't do. We've always prided ourselves on being a lean, mean consumer machine and we're starting to get slow and bloaty.
Which means it's time for some dieting, and the realisation that our tipple of choice, Bailey's, probably isn't doing us any good in the weight department.
But before we get carried away and invest in some expensive gym equipment, we've consulted a website called Get Drunk Not Fat, which lists the calorific content of a huge list of boozy drinks. It works as a guide to show you what liquor you should put in your water bottle before you go out for a run.
Okay, it's a US-based site so some of the drinks won't be available in the UK (and there may be some slight differences in calorific content between there and here) but all we know is that we've got 151 litre bottles of Bailey's from Christmas that are going down the toilet over the next couple of hours. Viva Jack Daniels!