I see...that adds another layer of complexity. I thought maybe if you had an actual trunk you could get away with drinking in there.That's where I was smoking the other day! A trip to the country, car parked facing the sun, and sitting in the "trunk" (it's a SUV, so no proper "trunk") for shade and shelter from wind.
He’s in Saskatchewan. He needs a hidden yurt in the woods. Screw apartments. Full grizzly mode.
Alcohol increases absorption in whatever it's coming in contact with. It's why it's often used for many instances in which you might want to penetrate something more. Dye, carrying flavors into various organic cells, etc.According to some of the summaries of studies in the 60’s, I think described in an American Surgeon General’s report of some kind, combining pipe tobacco with alcohol regularly did increase incidence of mouth/throat cancers by a large margin. It was speculated there was some evil synergy with the two in creating cancers.
(Pardon my lack of a citation, as I don’t keep references once I’m done looking into a subject.)
Because of this I only rarely partake of both together, but it’s a shame. A lager with Presbyterian, a porter or stout with a codger burley, whisky with Englishes, it’s a great game to play.