Butt chugging, also known as an alcohol enema or plugging, is the act of inserting anal funnels or tampons soaked with alcohol. It bypasses the digestive system, which contains enzymes that break down alcohol, and allows the liquid to enter the bloodstream immediately.
The resulting buzz is supposed to be intense and instantaneous. But is it safe?
What is anal chugging?
Alcohol boofing, also known as butt chugging or drinking up your anus is the act of pouring alcoholic beverages into the rectum. This is usually done using a funnel, but can also be accomplished by inserting alcohol-soaked tampons into the anus. This is a popular method of drug use and is often associated with hard-partying rock stars and college fraternities. The rectum has many blood vessels and a thin surface area, so substances ingested in this way enter the body more quickly than when consumed orally. This practice can be dangerous and lead to severe alcohol poisoning if used incorrectly.
Why do people do it?
Many people choose to boof alcohol or drugs (also known as plugging) because it gives them a faster high. This is because the anal cavity has a lot of blood vessels and a thinner surface layer, which means substances inserted into it are absorbed much quicker than when they’re consumed orally. This method can also bypass the digestive system, meaning that the drug or alcohol isn’t broken down by stomach acids or enzymes before it enters the bloodstream.
Another reason people may choose to butt chug is because it spares them the trouble of barfing. This is especially true if they’re at a party where the drinks are flowing freely and they don’t want to deal with the embarrassment of throwing up in front of their friends. Additionally, it can help prevent them from getting a hangover as they won’t have to deal with the process of drinking and vomiting.
Some people also enjoy butt chugging because it can make them feel more intoxicated and can cause them to act more irresponsibly. For example, if you’re drunk, you might be more likely to engage in sexual activity with someone who isn’t a good fit for you. This can lead to uncomfortable or even dangerous situations. Additionally, drinking and chugging can leave you vulnerable to sexual predators, who could take advantage of you if you lose consciousness.
How does it get you drunk faster?
When a person drinks alcohol through the anal, it bypasses the stomach and the liver. This allows the alcohol to enter the bloodstream faster, resulting in an almost-instant buzz. Alcohol also doesn’t reach the lungs, so there is less chance of barfing.
Another way to get drunk fast is by using an alcohol enema. This is a dangerous and uncomfortable process that involves inserting a tube into the rectum to deliver alcohol directly into the colon. It can be painful, especially if you are not used to having things inserted into your anus, and can cause a burning sensation and the feeling that you need to have a bowel movement (even though you don’t). Alcohol enemas can also sting. They can also cause inflammation of the intestines, which can lead to cramping.
Alcohol enemas can also be deadly. A fraternity member at the University of Tennessee was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning after consuming an alcohol enema. This dangerous drinking fad is called “boofing,” or “alcohol enemas.”
Boofing allows large amounts of alcohol to enter the bloodstream more quickly than when it is consumed orally. This can overwhelm the body’s natural ability to defend itself against alcohol poisoning, and can lead to blackouts and even death. In addition, boofing can cause anal inflammation and infections, which are both very serious and difficult to treat.
What are the risks?
Aside from the obvious health risks, like a potential bowel perforation, ingesting alcohol through the anus can also lead to other more serious complications. Alcohol can irritate the sensitive anus, and repeated anal chugging can cause permanent damage to that area. Alcohol can also obstruct blood flow to the colon, which can be life-threatening.
Another risk of anal chugging is that it can increase your chances of sexual assault and harassment. Because you’ll be drunk more quickly, it’s easy to lose control and make poor decisions, which can put you at risk for being attacked or harassed by strangers.
Finally, anal chugging can be dangerous for your mental health and overall well-being. Drinking in this manner can lead to feelings of shame and disgust, which may be psychologically harmful. It can also lead to an increased risk of addiction and behavioral issues down the road.
Some people also use alcohol-soaked tampons to take anal shots. This is known as “drug boofing,” and it can be very dangerous. Alcohol soaked tampons can block the digestive tract, causing a dangerous amount of alcohol to enter your bloodstream in a very short period of time. This can also lead to severe abdominal pain, and a possible need for a colostomy. Additionally, repeated drug boofing can wear down the mucus membrane in that area and reduce the natural protection it offers against STIs.