Glass mugs have come a long way since the early 1900s, but they’re still one of the most popular beverages available in the world.
But there’s also a chance that you could end up drinking one of them.
According to a new study, a glass in your hand may be enough to end up dying from drinking a glass.
The researchers surveyed a large sample of Americans, and found that only 0.2 percent of them were drinking a full glass of wine or beer on a regular basis.
Of those who did drink a full pint, most of them had consumed at least one glass of champagne a day.
That’s less than one-third of one percent.
The rest were drinking an average of one glass a day of wine, beer, or spirits.
Researchers found that a glass is likely to end in death after only a few glasses, but not if you drink one a day for a long period of time.
That suggests that regular drinking, even for a few hours a day, is enough to cause someone to die from drinking too much alcohol.
Researchers said that the reason for the finding is that people don’t actually feel pain after drinking, so they tend to ignore the pain when they drink.
This makes the results a bit puzzling, since alcohol kills.
However, the study authors said that they were not looking for evidence that alcohol caused death.