Drink Safety Quiz National Center for Drink Safety

What is the best way to have fun and party safe in social settings? Answer these drink safety questions to find out.

1. Someone unfamiliar sends you a drink as a kind gesture. What do you do?

A. Accept the drink and engage in conversation

B. Reject the drink and say “no thanks”

C. Give it to your friend to let them try it first and see what happens.

2. You leave to hit the restroom or the dance floor. What do you do?

A. Take your drink with you

B. Think nothing of it set it down and hit the dance floor for a good time

C. Drink half and save half for when you come back

D. Leave it with a friend because you think you can trust them

3. You are offered to drink out of a group punch bowl that has a mixture of alcohols. What do you do?

A. Grab a glass and partake in the fun

B. Say sure and hope for the best

C. Decline the party bowl and go for an unopened bottle of water

D. Grab some friends and do belly shots

4. You see a friend become highly intoxicated within a short amount of time. What do you do?

A. Find a couch and tell them to sleep it off and come back a few hours later

B. Put them in the car until the party is over and hope nothing happens to them

C. Get them to a safe place and watch out for them until they wake up

D. Contact a family member or local law enforcement and let them know that you think something is wrong

5. You see someone attempting to drug someone’s drink. What do you do?

A. Act like you didn’t see it and do nothing

B. Laugh and wait to see what happens

C. Alert the person that you think their drink has been tampered with

D. Walk away and say, “not my problem”

6. You’re in a car with friends and you suspect that your driver has had too much to drink. What do you do?

A. Go along for the ride and wait to see what happens next

B. Pull out your camera phone and start recording

C. Enlist the help of another person in the car to let you both out and call for a ride

D. Go along for the ride but wish you would have spoken up to let you out

7. You hand over the keys to the restaurant valet not realizing you left a half empty bottle of water in the cup holder. Later when you retrieve the vehicle, what do you do?

A. Hop in the car and take a sip to see if its still good

B. Pour it out and get a new bottle

C. Throw it in the back seat and forget about it

D. Set it aside and save it for later

8. You are at a house party and someone unfamiliar hands you a mixed drink. What do you do?

A. Take the drink and pound it until its gone

B. Engage in conversation and when you feel comfortable you accept the drink

C. Trust the person’s character and accept the drink because you’re attracted to them.

D. Advise the person that you don’t accept drinks from strangers but thank them for their kindness

Summary: We never know when we will be faced with one of these circumstances, but going through this quiz with family and friends could possibly save them from a drug facilitated crime or something worse.

Call to Action: Remember to stay alert, have an accountability partner to watch out for each other and never leave your drink unattended and come back to it.

Answers to Quiz

1. B 2. A 3. C 4. D 5. C 6. C 7. B 8. D

About the Author: Lou Figueroa is a nationally recognized speaker on drink safety and alcohol awareness. At the age of 27 years old while out with a group of friends, Lou experienced a rapid onset of intoxication causing him to become lost and unaware of his surroundings. In a daze, he wandered nearly two miles before stumbling into a union station rail yard. The result would be the loss of both legs. Lou’s mission is to educate people on the importance of drink safety in social settings. To learn more, visit the www.NationalCenterForDrinkSafety.com

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