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Can I drink a snowball?

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curiousgeorgie Sat 22-Dec-12 09:52:31

On Christmas Day I'll be 14 weeks and might tell everyone or might try to keep it quiet a few weeks longer...

I have this tradition with my nan in the evening when we all sit down to play a game she makes us all a snowball... (She actually pours out those tiny bottles of ready made ones!)

How much alcohol is it and could I have one?

curiousgeorgie Sat 22-Dec-12 10:35:33

And also... I think there are eggs in it?

Wheresmycaffeinedrip Sat 22-Dec-12 10:42:00

I wouldn't risk it personally. Can u not just claim
To be driving? Congrats by the way smile

bigkidsdidit Sat 22-Dec-12 10:44:35

If its a small bottle it won't be many units will it?

bigkidsdidit Sat 22-Dec-12 10:46:05

I've just googled. A glass of snowball has 0.9 units if made by instructions. I'd have one! I'm having champagne myself (15 weeks )

curiousgeorgie Sat 22-Dec-12 10:48:04

I'm not going to get away with 'I'm driving',I live about 20 houses away from my parents house grin

Wheresmycaffeinedrip Sat 22-Dec-12 10:49:26

Can u just accept drinks but make sure you are standing by a pot plant at the time ?smile

calypso2008 Sat 22-Dec-12 10:53:26

Why on earth couldn't you have a snowball? hmm
Enjoy! smile

And Congratulations!

confuddledDOTcom Sat 22-Dec-12 10:55:12

the odd glass over Christmas isn't going to harm your baby - you're not planning on getting sloshed every night between now and June, are you?

as far as eggs go, no issue at all there as long as they were laid by lions (which they should be ib the U.K. or pasteurised.

MsQueenie Sat 22-Dec-12 11:01:51

I didn't realise eggs were laid by lions grin

I actually picked up one of those little bottles in the supermarket the other day.
I'm sure on the bottle it said 0.5 units. It made me think Yeay! I can have 4 of those.....!

bigkidsdidit Sat 22-Dec-12 11:03:18

Arf at lions grin

curiousgeorgie Sat 22-Dec-12 11:09:53

We can have 4??! grin

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