I read an article on 20 Unusual Uses of Vodka.
The insteresting part was this:
"Jelly Fish Bite Soother
Much like vodka helps to treat poison ivy on the skin,
the liquid also helps to alleviate the pain and itch that come post nasty jelly fish bite.
Bring along a 1:1 mixture of vodka and water in a spray bottle
to the beach just in case of an attack."
There's a few things I'd like to point out.
1. I've never seen a jelly fish with teeth and never received a "bite" from one.
If I ever saw one with teeth I would probably crap my pants and pass out
because I imagine one would look like a massive Kraken with stinging tenticles
and a beak like mouth.
2. I've never witnessed a jellyfish "attack". I've never known them to actually be capable
of going after a specific person or thing. Plus, what would you call a movie
about a jellyfish attack? Jellyfish doesn't really strike fear.
Neither does Stinging Nettle.
Jaws is taken.
3. Watering down vodka to spray on your skin after being viciously attacked and
chewed upon by a jellyfish seems a waste of perfectly good vodka.
I'd suggest drinking it.
For a way to soothe Jellyfish stings without wasting perfectly good liquor
or peeing on your leg (I'm not making this up),
go read about meat tenderizer.
Or check out this preventative option.