DISCLAIMER: I'm drunk.
I've come to the conclusion that I'm powerless over my inhibitions and that a higher power exists that can restore me to sanity. That higher power is booze. But I can't drink at work, and drinking at school got me sent home from lab last week (and my idiot lab partner screwed up the recrystallization and we got a meager 18% yield, but that's OT).
And then so then but then there's scattered all over ADD proposals and testimonials concerning Alcohols that are less toxic, more efficacious and less smellable-on-the-breath than ethanol. These are scattered pell-mell on this blog and as far as I know they've not formally been gathered into one thread. I know that Hammilton, F&B and Negrogesic have written about substances such as chlorbutanol, 2-methylbut-3-yn-2-ol and some lavishly-praised cyclic alcohol. These are examples.
And then so then but then I was wondering if we can't settle on an alcohol which can be consumed as chronically as ethanol is consumed but that is easier on the liver and lighter on the olfactorium. A room-temperature solid would be especially fantastic, as one could just stir it into his or her or my beverage of choice.