Note that you don't need an expensive bar gadget to do this. In fact, it can even happen accidentally: Don't freebase your vodka sauce.
Yes, it is possible for alcohol to enter the human body through many different, um, channels. Reminds me of a story from a few years ago of college kids giving each other beer enemas.
PS: This is not recommended. Urban legend says that some of them died from alcohol OD. I don't know whether that's true or not, but it's not an area I'd want to explore.
PPS: as long as I'm on the subject of the human body absorbing alcohol, some more advice: if your baby has a fever, don't sponge them down with rubbing alcohol. It is possible for the tyke to absorb a toxic amount.
A hamsi is a small fish found in the Black Sea, rather like an anchovy.
Prediction: this will quickly be sampled and wind up in a Flash music video
== ginza == the Ginza
|Originally showed two 'persons' (人) sitting on the 'ground' (土). The upper/left radical, 'building/roof', was added later. Henshall suggests as a mnemonic: 'Persons sit on ground under roof at gathering.'|