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Now I apparently have been drunk many more times than my dear friend Neil has, and let me tell you - I personally feel like I am spinning in a counter clockwise direction. Now living in a house with seven girls, 6 of which like to drink, I took a survey. One feels like it is a general wobble, not in any specific direction. One feels it is a clockwise rotation and another agrees with me; counter-clockwise. The other 2 are no where to be found.Alas do not worry - the beer is downstairs chilling as we speak. I should have an answer for you in about 6 hours. By the way - this post is not an excuse for us to drink - exams are over.
....It is purely for scientific reasons !!  
Which direction does the room spin when you are drunk enough to think that it is spinning? Does this direction reverse depending on the location of the drunk, (Northern hemisphere, southern hemisphere)
Thoshe Canadian women are so shmart. No pishures, no evidensh. I'm guessing they will be looking for funding for further research???Yes, that's the experience I get, more of a drifting in one direction. But left to right or right to left, from which might be deduced a counter or clockwise motion??? If we only see part of the movement/circular motion, not being iguanas and all, maybe if we follow through, we will find the answer.I will consult with my iguana, and yes I really do have one, she's a beauty at 3 feet long, and research funding for a booze cruise the Antarctic to gather results for comparison,Are you in girls? Neil??
QUICK NEIL BEFORE YOU SOBER UPCOUNTER OR CLOCKWISE?IGUANA IS SITTING THERE WITH THAT SILLY MONA LISA SMILEAND NOT CONTRIBUTING, BUT SHE IS PINK!
I've always heard that if you're lying down and the room is spinning (clockwise or counter clockwise) that if you keep one foot on the floor it will make the spinning stop. This has NEVER worked for me and yet I continued to try it. Does it work for anyone or is that just a myth?