This post is solely dedicated to accelerating onset cirrhosis. Let's get started....
Figure 1-1: Trust me on this one
- 1 large handle of vodka.
- 1 case of beer (12 0z. cans).
- 1 large container of powdered Country Time Lemonade (not pink). For Vitamin C purposes.
- 1 10lb. bag of crushed ice.
Add all contents into mixing container. Stir furiously. Enjoy.
- Easy to make.
- Great starter drink if beer is not suitable at 7 AM.
- Counter-intuitively tastes phenomenal.
- Destroys lingering hangover.
- Has attained cult status.
- Prolonged use leads to wanton carnality. Yes, that's a pro.
- It takes a community to make. Makes for great bonding, as in the-tribe-has-worked-together-toward-a-common-goal kind of thing. Assign specific duties and you will see what I mean.
- Accelerates the flow of time.
- Goes quickly.
- One 5-gallon mixing container.
- Big spoon. No, not Mike Y.
- Large plastic cups.
- Beer-Coors Light or Miller Light will do.
- Vodka-you can go on the cheap here, but as your attorney, I would advise one big honkin' bottle of Skyy.
If talking to an unfamiliar PSU alum, mention the term and what is in it. They will either knowingly nod with a smirk, or will give you the look my dog used to give me when I would urinate with him outside on his morning walk. That is, a look of bewilderment. Instinct will tell him/her that beer and vodka in the same concoction is a bad idea. Then the alcoholic instinct kicks in. Another way to get f'd up on gameday? Sign me up.
In the tailgating environ itself, the first question normally asked by a rookie has to deal with what is in it. There face will turn sour, and they will seem reticent. I know I was.
Then they slowly knock the first cup back. Bliss ensues, and then they realize all the pros are already quickly devouring the juice. Soon there will be none left.
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