We've all enjoyed a cold one in the state of Texas.

After all, sometimes a Texan needs a cold beer after a long day of work. There's many reasons one could use an alcoholic drink at the end of the day. Work could've run long, or it's simply reward for a good day's work.

However, if someone were to drink heavily after work, it wouldn't be good for the overall health of the individual. Drinking too much alcohol harms an individual, especially if it involves a certain type of challenge. One new challenge may have made its way to the state of Texas.

Here's what Texans need to know about BORG drinking, and how it could harm an individual in the state if they were to participate.

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BORG Drinking In Texas, And How It Harms People

As revealed by The National Capital Poison Center, BORG stands for "Black Out Rage Gallon." The ingredients included in said item is a fifth of vodka, water, and a type of liquid flavor enhancer, per the National Capital Poison Center. All of this combined into a gallon is equivalent to nearly 17 shots of alcohol.


Due to the amount of liquor one could possibly consume, alcohol poisoning is possible. In addition, if one were to continually do BORG drinking, other chances of diseases such as cancer increase.

At time of writing, there haven't been any sicknesses or death have been reported in Texas. As this is a developing story, we will have more information when it becomes available.

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