I want to go drinking with those girls.
Yes. I think they are probably very good at it.
New cocktail from them: Ham Daiquiri
I do too. They're cute.
Georgia has been to AA... maybe thats not such a good idea *blink*
I don't know what this is, but I like it!
Worth it for the unison: "Meat garnish!"
Also the reaction to the first sip. Honestly, there are likely some shakes (Coldstone pops to mind) that would probably make a better mudslide style drink than many prepared mudslide mixes. Alas, I'm more of a gin martini kind of guy, but my wife might like it.
I feel like this is burlesque with alcohol instead of sex. Mighty nice find.
This is a shameless ripoff of mishak's KFC Martini:
He could only convince one other person to drink them with him (heatray), and then only on the condition that he would do a line of crushed-up Pop Rocks in exchange. I had a taste of heatray's, and I have to say, it was not as vile as I had expected. That's not saying much.
The drink made both of us fairly nauseous about five minutes later.
mishak told us that he could feel the crackling in his sinuses.
That's just nasty.
I miss mishak's drinkings skills. That man has style.
What happened, did he die of alcohol poisoning?
No, I moved to California. He's in Boston.
I bet you already know that I would TOTALLY try that. Though it may need additional pickle garnishes.
See, what you need is a mishak-style pickle-infused vodka. Just take your favorite brand of pickles, and steep them in vodka for a month.
I think I have a vodka bottle full of pickles and peppercorns that Whits gave me kicking around here somewhere!
I've never seen student culinary experimentation so classily presented.
Yeah, I admire the way they took a one-word joke and made it into three minutes of quality entertainment.
An old favorite of mine was a BK chocolate shake with Evan Williams. Keep the meat on the side, though.
As disgusted as I am I couldn't help but think "the redhead is hot" the entire time.
I want to try one of those now. I'm 99% sure it would be horrible, but it might just work...
Far more low-brow, but just as wrong, "Kebab in a can"