A: Yes. Q: is this a reference to "Shut Up Woman Get On My Horse"?

Previously, previously.

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37 Responses:

  1. 0ntological says:

    I'm a little dissapointed......
    cause they should have called it "sweet lemonade".

  2. lafinjack says:

    It tastes just like raisins.

  3. ionan says:

    As long as you don't show them where it's made.

  4. elevatordown says:

    But if I drink enough of it, will it show me the universe and all of the other places, too?

  5. ralesk says:

    I first read that as "Horse Poop". Which actually wouldn't have been really unusual to see mentioned in your journal...

  6. frandroid says:

    Ahhh SF, where a $7 drink is a special.

    • pyrop says:

      What's a beer cost there? They can't sell real horse piss for less than stuff that only tastes like horse piss.

    • don_negro says:

      That's not SF, that's just the DNA.

      Pro Tip: The drinks with chartreuse cost just as much as the drinks with, say, rum.
      Pro Tip #2: Re: Pro Tip (above) The DNA bouncers are *not* gentle with sleeping drunks.

      jwz's drinks are certainly not the most expensive around here, but it's definitely not a place to just go out drinking. It's not that kind of business.

  7. editer says:

    Look at that. That is amazing.

  8. editer says:

    I'm afraid to ask about winky-tugging.

  9. ranotops says:

    I think I could purchase all of those ingredients separately and have a cheaper drink than that

  10. taskboy3000 says:

    Sweet Lemonade. Sweet, sweet lemonade.

    I'm going to get your not going to tell us where you go it?

  11. All through Halloween I was carrying a large glass bottle conspicuously labelled "Horse Pop" (and filled with a slightly misty yellow liquid, which incidentally was delicious), but nobody recognised the meme.

    I must admit that owning a bar gives you license to take this one step further.

  12. hallerlake says:

    Next there will be spam advertising 10% off horse pop if you sing the song to the barkeep.

  13. j_b says:

    Back in January, one of the DNA bartenders did an excellent job improvising a Russian Nuclear Lighthouse Dead Zone.

    I don't remember much, but I'm told it was green. Probably best only consumed one per visit.

  14. editer says:

    Have you shown this to Weebl? He might appreciate the homage.

  15. radparker says:

    This post needs an additional tag. That tag: WE GET IT, BOOZE IS CHEAPER IN KENTUCKY.