Those "mini" liquor bottles (airplane bottles) -- how much?

Dood

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And now for a dumb drunk question:

What is the volume of liquor in those mini bottles? How many of those equals a pint?
 
Aug 15, 2000
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Uh... if they're the ones I'm thinking of, they're only an ounce or so. Maybe I'm thinking of something else? :confused:

nik
 
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i think they're equal to 1.5 ounces ( at least the ones i've seen) they have a real name.. but i'm not sure what it is. somebody on here told me about it once before.
 
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I think they're the equivalent of a shot, so an ounce?

Don't loot the mini bar, dude.
 
Oct 24, 2000
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those mini bottles (also known as nips) are typically 1oz.
 

Fausto

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Originally posted by: Intake77
those mini bottles (also known as nips) are typically 1oz.
So that'd be 16 of those to equal a pint.
 
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Sorry, you're too late. Dood already drank himself to death. :(
 

Hugo Drax

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I heard that those bottles have just enough to keep alcohol withdrawl away for a few hours and thats why the offer them to prevent alcoholics from having seizures and dying on the way to the airport.
 

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