What's considered "lightweight" in terms of drinking alcohol?

I've been told I'm lightweight but am I? I drank about 11/12ths of a 750 ml thing of vodka by myself. (I did black out but I was fine 😂). I haven't drank in like 3 weeks and I've just had 5 beers and I definitely feel it, but I can still walk fine and shit. So am I light weight and what do you consider light weight?

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  • As a Polish person, aka the people who invented vodka, I can tell you that 1) Blacking out means loosing the game, no matter after how much 2) Drinking vodka yourself is seen as a) being an Alcoholic 2) having no culture of drinking. You need to compare yourself by drinking with other people, aka one shot each.

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  • It's kind of a literal thing, because people who weigh less will be more affected by the same amount of alcohol. The concerning thing is that you would drink nearly an entire bottle of vodka by yourself.

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    • I was with a friend. But I was already drunk before he was and didn't realize how much I was drinking until he pointed it out.

    • It sounds like you should stick with beer - liquor is going to be a problem if you can't pace yourself.

    • Yeah you're probably right. :(

  • Why do you care if you're a light weight? Just means you pay a lot less to get drunk. It's hardly an insult.

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  • I - 2 drinks and someone is buzzed I would consider a lighweight.

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  • like getting drunk off two shots or a cup of wine or liquor

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  • I think lightweight is someone who can't take much alcohol.

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