Unfortunately, this doesn't have any support inside of your post, but I would like to consider it.People who are binge eaters, smokers, and gamblers very much have their wits about them compared to smoking pot or drinking alcohol.
On our examination of the mind here, let's say you force fed an arahant alcohol (but please don't), they would 'get drunk,' in one turn of phrase, but it wouldn't invade their mind, as they have no ability to perform unethical (mental) behavior. In this way, intoxication is mind-made; you don't intentionally reap any sensual reward from the substance, so its effects are insignificant, they just arise and cease. Say the arahant is subject to grievous bodily pain; they don't take it in, they don't rely on feeling for happiness, they have no aversion to feeling. Grasping for a simile here, I say it's like a sponge that is saturated with water, in rainfall, so it doesn't absorb water. I'm trying to say that our designation 'drunkenness' is inappropriate in certain respects.
“Mind is the forerunner of all things” (manopubbaṅgamā dhamma); this is all unreal. The world is in bondage to attachments, clingings (sustenances) and biases. I regret not being able to express my ideas more clearly now. But what an incredible opportunity we have to discuss this in a time where the buddha word still flourishes. May all the participants and observers benefit from anything and everything said.