A couple of weeks ago, Grub Street helped you calculate exactly how much you can safely drink at your office holiday party without risking humiliation. But our treatise appeared before a new study in the journal Addiction, which reveals exactly how much you can safely drink before having ill-conceived, unprotected sex, possibly with that creepy guy from accounting.
The answer: An increase in blood alcohol level of 0.1 mg/mL increases the likelihood of engaging in risky sex by 5 percent. The Atlantic breaks it down: This means approximately "four drinks for women and five for men." If you exceed this amount, not even Blowfish will help you the morning after.