Panel 1: *’Im (assuming Ken is referring to one mime)
Need a comma after “well”
Panel 3: Comma after “food” should be exchanged for a period or semicolon
Panel 5: Need a comma after “C’mon”
Whats wrong did he see a ghost?
No hair pulling!
Actually, you get the hallucinations when you’re sobering up rather than when you’re drunk . . .
Depends on what you’ve been drinking.
Well, Absinthe was not generally available in Japanese bars of the time . . . but maybe some sort of opium-based liqueur (someone has to have thought of that at some point!) . . . 😛
However, they appear to be drinking sake which I have never heard of causing hallucinations in people who drink it, except for the possibility of DT hallucinations (which do not depend on the type of alcohol drunk).
What if it was crappy bathtub sake?
It would still require some sort of contaminant, since ethanol (the alcohol in all alcoholic beverages, since it doesn’t kill us [not quickly, anyway] like methanol) doesn’t cause hallucinations on its own. And once we start talking contamination, there are far too many variables out of our control to predict anything.
Live and learn
Good Absinthe wouldn’t cause hallucinations, either. It was just whatever likely poisonous substance was used to get the green color in crappy knockoff absinthe a century ago that caused them.
See ya, Murasaki jerk