Results to the Health(y drinking) and (Party) fitness survey 

Atlantans tell us how often they drink, where they go for drunk food and that Ted Turner would make a good beer buddy

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Would you buy alcohol for Justin Bieber?

No, he's underage — 60 percent
Yeah, that'd be fun — 20 percent
I'd rather teach him to candyflip — 20 percent

What do you typically spend on booze in a week?

Less than $10 — 15 percent
$10-$40 — 52 percent
$40-$60 — 20 percent
$60-$90 — 5 percent
$90-$120 — 3 percent
Let's just say I could own a much better car if I cut back — 4 percent

What do you do to offset a binge?

Nothing special — 35 percent
I don't indulge for several days — 39 percent
I spend extra time at the gym — 12 percent
I try to move as little as possible — 11 percent
I like to maintain a perpetual binge state — 1 percent

What type of alcohol do you prefer?

Inexpensive beer — 10 percent
Imported or high-gravity beer — 28 percent
Wine — 21 percent
Clear liquor — 16 percent
Brown liquor — 14 percent
Anything that won't make me go blind is cool — 11 percent

On average, how often do you smoke pot?

Never, good sir — 51 percent
Every few months — 25 percent
At least once a month — 9 percent
At least once a week — 10 percent
At least once a day — 3 percent
Dude, you familiar with the term "wake-and-bake"? — 2 percent

Dude, serious pot smokers are 12 percent less likely to exercise than the unbaked masses.

You typically smoke pot to:

I told you, I do not abuse cannabis — 49 percent
Chill out — 17 percent
Control pain — 0 percent
Socialize — 10 percent
Enjoy the buzz — 17 percent

How many drinks does it take to impair your sexual performance?

1 — 2 percent
2-3 — 5 percent
3-5 — 14 percent
5+ — 75 percent
I've never had sex — 4 percent

What's the hardest drug you've used in the past year?

Alcohol — 48 percent
Reefer — 25 percent
'Shrooms — 3 percent
DMT — 0 percent
Acid — 4 percent
Ecstasy — 6 percent
Blow — 13 percent
Meth — 0 percent
Crack — 0 percent
Smack — 0 percent

Talking about living a stereotype: our readers who use blow are more likely to detox by fasting.

What's the best restaurant for late-night drunk food?

Waffle House — 46 percent
Bamboo Luau — 4 percent
Majestic Diner — 24 percent
OK Café — 3 percent
Krispy Kreme — 2 percent
Taco Cabana — 11 percent
I don't like to dilute a good buzz by eating — 10 percent

Majestic Diner customers spend more on booze than the average drinker. Now we know where their dining-out savings go.

What's your preferred method of detoxing?

Hit the sauna/spa — 13 percent
Exercise — 51 percent
Seaweed shakes — 1 percent
Fasting — 14 percent
I don't understand the question — 21 percent

What's your favorite kind of bar?

Pub, gastro or otherwise — 35 percent
Lounge — 13 percent
Sports bar — 8 percent
Wine bar — 2 percent
Hotel bar — 0 percent
Strip club — 1 percent
Gay bar — 8 percent
Music venue — 11 percent
Dive bar — 21 percent

Could it be the quality of liquor? Dive bar patrons are more likely to wake up with a hangover than the average drinker.

Your attitude toward your own consumption is:

I drink only in moderation — 36 percent
I'm young, so I can drink as much as I like — 14 percent
I should cut back to get in better shape — 38 percent
I'll cut back when I get married — 1 percent
I'll cut back when I have kids — 5 percent
I'll cut back when my new liver clears customs — 7 percent

What's your stimulant of choice?

Caffeine — 62 percent
Nicotine — 7 percent
Energy drink — 5 percent
Spirulina — 0 percent
Bump of the Devil's Dandruff — 4 percent
I'm high on life — 22 percent

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