Passed Out Drunk Is Not Cool - Women's Fitted Tank Top
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Passed Out Drunk Is Not Cool - Women's Fitted Tank Top

Materials

  • Peachskin jersey
  • 92% Polyester
  • 8% Spandex
  • Sleeveless
  • White
  • High-Quality printed graphic
  • Machine washable

Fit

  • Available in 2 lengths: Regular (21.5" - 22.5") or Long (24" - 25")
  • Hugs the body
  • Basic fit suits a variety of body types
  • Perfect to pair with jeans or yoga pants
  • Soft and stylish design

Production

  • Made in Canada
  • Sweatshop free facility

    There are several things to keep in mind when dealing with intoxicated friends. Much of this has been adapted from FactsOnTap.org.

    STEPS TO TAKE WHEN YOUR FRIEND:

    IS VOMITING: Try to keep the person sitting up. If they insist on lying down, make sure they lie on their side. Do not leave them alone.

    HAS PASSED OUT: Try to wake them. If you are unable to, put the person on their side and call 911 and then Public Safety.

    IS HAVING DIFFICULTY BREATHING: If the person is not breathing normally or if they stop breathing, call 911. Anything under 12 breaths a minute is considered abnormal and points to alcohol poisoning.

    IS INJURED: Call 911 for an ambulance, or take your friend to the emergency room yourself. They might not feel pain and tell you they do not require medical assistance. Do not believe them. Unsurprisingly, drunk people don’t always know what’s best for them. Insist that they see a doctor.

    HAS A FEVER, CHILLS, OR COLD/PALE/BLUISH SKIN, OR IF THEY ARE VERY SWEATY: Call a doctor, describe these symptoms, and get advice on what to do. This can be done anonymously.

    IS BECOMING VIOLENT: Notify the party’s host or a bouncer at the bar. Call the police if the behavior is especially volatile.

    SEEMS PARANOID, CONFUSED, DISORIENTED OR UNBALANCED: Take them home and make sure they don’t drink any more alcohol. Try to keep your friend awake and calm.

    DO

    • ask them to drink lots of water
    • have them sit down
    • if they want to go to sleep, have them lie on their side
    • take their keys
    • have them eat bread if they can feed themselves
    • stay with them

    DON’T

    • let them fall asleep on their stomach or back
    • force them to drink or eat
    • be bossy, argue
    • grab their drink away
    • leave them

    WHEN TO GET HELP:

    • excessive vomiting
    • passed out and will not wake up
    • skin is bluish, pale and/or sweating
    • seizures
    • irregular or slow breathing

    [information from FactsOnTap.org]

    Returns: For returns, Contact Us within 60 days of your purchase date. Please verify your product size is correct before ordering.

    Shipping:  All products are custom ordered. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Shipment may be subject to customs or duty fees.



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