It doesn't make you throw up; consuming too much for your own body makes you throw up. There is no general number of drinks that are safe for everyone... it varies from person to person. It's your body's way of telling you to stop because you are drenching it in a toxic substance. People die from it.
It doesn't. Drinking too much alcohol might do so, but with practice, this can be avoided.
Building a tolerance. The more you drink the more you can handle your alcohol. Your liver, which eliminates toxins from your body, can only handle so much, and if you drink too much you develop cirrhosis.
The liver, essentially, dies if you pound it too much with alcohol. However, the good news is that if you don't go too far, it can recover. So after a bout of heavy drinking, give it a rest for a week or two before the next one.
Alcohol is technically a toxin, as such too much of it and your body rejects it the one way it knows best; vomiting.
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Its poison to the human body
Because it poisons other bacteria so in days past it was safer to drink than water. Also, people like the way it makes them feel.