If for some reason you ever wanted to compare the amount of alcohol you drink to that of an average male or female of the same age… you’re in luck.
The Washington Post recently created a graph using research from nine longterm studies on alcohol consumption in the UK to determine how much men and women drink at every single age.
The study shows that men peak at 25 with 14 drinks a week, while women peak at 40 at just 4 drinks per week. So, just like in bed, the men get off to a strong start, only to quickly lose stamina, while the women keep a slow and steady pace almost the entire time.
Sorry America, but it looks like the UK is far better at drinking than we are.