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    University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Look out people... Drunkorexia has now been identified.

    'Drunkorexia' hits North American campuses | AHN



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Disturbing.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonestate78 View Post
    Look out people... Drunkorexia has now been identified.

    'Drunkorexia' hits North American campuses | AHN
    I had a bout of drunkarrhea once.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Thinning the herd, literally.


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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    I skimped in other places like new clothing or books. Not food... My priority was 1) Beer, 2) Food, and 3) Beer.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonegrad07 View Post
    I skimped in other places like new clothing or books. Not food... My priority was 1) Beer, 2) Food, and 3) Beer.
    This is the American way.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Its almost impossible to be a "Drunkorexic" in Ames, with the Gyro and SuperDog stands so close to the bars.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Quote Originally Posted by CloneIce View Post
    Its almost impossible to be a "Drunkorexic" in Ames, with the Gyro and SuperDog stands so close to the bars.
    In Ames they take precautions to ensure the safety of all students because ISU actually cares.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Shouldn't it be drunkulimia? I thought bulimia that was the art of throwing up everything you ate to lose weight and annorexia was just plain not eating.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan94 View Post
    Shouldn't it be drunkulimia? I thought bulimia that was the art of throwing up everything you ate to lose weight and annorexia was just plain not eating.
    I think the title is right. These students aren't eating in order to save money for beer.

    "Drunkulimia" would be throwing everything up so that you can make more room inside yourself for more beer...basically an intentional rally.


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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    Quote Originally Posted by iahawkhunter View Post
    I think the title is right. These students aren't eating in order to save money for beer.

    "Drunkulimia" would be throwing everything up so that you can make more room inside yourself for more beer...basically an intentional rally.
    Sadly, I have seen this done before. ISU tailgating is the best in the country for a reason.



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    Re: University of Missouri study on the "newest" health epidemic....

    I thought it was SEC-philia.



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