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Hi! What does "alcohol creep" refer to? Thanks.Are you bothered by alcohol creep? I'm talking here about the steady rise in alcohol levels, not that annoying jerk in the bar.
Hi rj 1948,
My question is what " alcohol creep" refers to in the context I quoted.
Last edited by thedaffodils; 09-Jun-2008 at 09:19.
Are you bothered by alcohol creep? I'm talking here about the steady rise in alcohol levels, not that annoying jerk in the bar.
Creep is ambiguous:
Verb, to rise or grow slowly and steadily, as in a vine.
Noun, an annoying person
The sentence says it's not another jerk (annoying person, similiar to the other meaning of a creep) so it should be the steady(and furtive) rise in alcohol especially without you knowing the limit before you get drunk.
Hi All, thank you!