Too young for drinking games. Plus the bottle’s empty.
Today was supposed to mark the last day before the ban on the sale of large sugary drinks in New York took effect. It would have forbid the selling of 16 ounces or more in restaurants, movie theaters and food-service establishments. We think it had something to do with these added regulations that Bloomberg tried to slip in last minute. Here’s the full article.
Just try to touch my wheel. Just try it.
It’s not TV, it’s free HBO.
8 Drinks from College “Bartenders” [Click to continue]
Everyone always thinks they can be a superb bartender.
I guess if you lose one, you can buy a replacement from any vending machine.
“Back in highschool, I worked for a local movie theater. One night I was working concessions, when a woman walked up and asked for a “medium Coke.” When I handed it to her, she took a sip, stared and me blankly, and said,”This isn’t a Dr. Pepper!” When I politely reminded her that she had specifically asked for a Coke, she replied,”Well, you never asked me what KIND of Coke I wanted!” I have since learned that in Texas, “Coke” is used as an all-encompassing term for “soda.” Silly me for not knowing.”
This is a good instructional video for any foreigner moving to Miami.