Being a divine soul in union with a mortal-style body, it also appeared logical to me that Jesus would have a choice about how intoxicated/tipsy/drunk/etc. he would actually get from a given quantity of alcohol. We can see a pale shadow of this sort of power in the way that some Zen monks manage to melt off a number of frozen robes during their ordeals (and this isn’t even Christian).
While living among us Christ was all human. He got hungry, tired, happy, and even angry,( He got righteously angry, and He did not sin by hating while being angry) and if He drank too much He could have gotten drunk.
The difference is He had 100% faith and that is why He was able to perform miracles. Remember, He told his disciples, if they had the faith of a mustard sea they could command a mountain to be thrown into the sea. They could do what he did if they had the faith He had. We still could, IF WE HAD THE FAITH HE SPOKE OF, but alas we are weak in our faith.
His disciples did have faith, and some performed miracles like Peter and Paul did, but even they admitted their faith was weak. Peter denied Christ 3 times, and all abandoned Him in His hour of need for fear of being arrested and harmed.
Ultimately Jesus died, which proves He was all Human. One must believe He was all Human when He walked among us, or else His perfect life would not have been good enough to be the perfect unblemished sinless sacrifice that died for the sins of mankind. He had to live the perfect sinless life as a man, not as a God. Remember, He humbled Himself and became obedient to the point of death.
Smoking is a sin against your body. That is not a baptist thing, it is reality. Your body is your a type of a temple of God. We fail to treat it as so, and that is one of the many reasons Jesus died for us, because we fail to treat it as His temple.
So I re-iterate, Christ could have, but never did drink enough to get drunk, and he never ever would have smoked. That is a sin against one self, and Jesus was sinless.