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7th Feb '16 1:49:55 PM WillBGood
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* During [[http://www.zug.com/scrawl/bar-drink/ this]] pub-crawl a group go out seeking the worst drinks possible for entertainment value, including such horrors as "the bloody tampon" ... at one point the author appears to be summoning Cthulhu to come put him out of his misery. For bonus points, the Bloody Tampon was made up on the spot.
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* %%* During [[http://www.zug.com/scrawl/bar-drink/ this]] pub-crawl a group go out seeking the worst drinks possible for entertainment value, including such horrors as "the bloody tampon" ... at one point the author appears to be summoning Cthulhu to come put him out of his misery. For bonus points, the Bloody Tampon was made up on the spot.
4th Feb '16 8:54:12 AM randomtroper89
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* When you check in at the UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism[='=]s Pennsic War, you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it, smokes, glows, glitters, they won't tell you what's in it, and the name contains the word "Surprise". Case in point, the infamous "Strawberry Surprise" consists grain alcohol and ''pepper spray''. The surprise is that it [[NonIndicativeName tastes nothing like strawberries]] and everything like ''PAIN''.
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* When you check in at the UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism[='=]s Pennsic War, you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it, it smokes, glows, glitters, they won't tell you what's in it, and or if the name contains the word "Surprise". Case in point, the infamous "Strawberry Surprise" consists grain alcohol and ''pepper spray''. The surprise is that it [[NonIndicativeName tastes nothing like strawberries]] and everything like ''PAIN''.
4th Feb '16 7:20:30 AM randomtroper89
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* When you check in at the [[UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism Pennsic War]], you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it, smokes, glows, glitters, they won't tell you what's in it, and the name contains the word "Surprise". Case in point, the infamous "Strawberry Surprise" consists grain alcohol and ''pepper spray''. The surprise is that it [[NonIndicativeName tastes nothing like strawberries]] and everything like ''PAIN''.
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* When you check in at the [[UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism[='=]s Pennsic War]], War, you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it, smokes, glows, glitters, they won't tell you what's in it, and the name contains the word "Surprise". Case in point, the infamous "Strawberry Surprise" consists grain alcohol and ''pepper spray''. The surprise is that it [[NonIndicativeName tastes nothing like strawberries]] and everything like ''PAIN''.
4th Feb '16 7:16:02 AM randomtroper89
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* "Strawberry Surprise": grain alcohol and ''pepper spray''. The surprise is that it [[NonIndicativeName tastes nothing like strawberries]] and everything like ''PAIN''. ** Strawberry Surprise was infamously present at [[UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism Pennsic War]]. Now when you check in for the event, you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it A.) Smokes. B.) Glows. C.) Glitters. D.) They won't tell you what's in it. and E.) The name contains the word "Surprise".
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* When you check in at the [[UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism Pennsic War]], you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it, smokes, glows, glitters, they won't tell you what's in it, and the name contains the word "Surprise". Case in point, the infamous "Strawberry Surprise": Surprise" consists grain alcohol and ''pepper spray''. The surprise is that it [[NonIndicativeName tastes nothing like strawberries]] and everything like ''PAIN''. ** Strawberry Surprise was infamously present at [[UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism Pennsic War]]. Now when you check in for the event, you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it A.) Smokes. B.) Glows. C.) Glitters. D.) They won't tell you what's in it. and E.) The name contains the word "Surprise".''PAIN''.
21st Jan '16 5:20:05 AM WhosAsking
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* The "Red Death Party" - Where everyone in attendance brings a 13 oz bottle of their favorite booze, fill the largest receptacle you can find with everyone's contributions and top it off with red wine. No one leaves until everything's gone, and Darkness and Decay and the Red Death hold illimitable dominion over all. Whichever comes first.
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* The "Red Death Party" - Where everyone in attendance brings a 13 oz bottle of their favorite booze, fill the largest receptacle you can find with everyone's contributions and top it off with red wine. No one leaves until everything's gone, and gone or until Darkness and Decay and the Red Death hold illimitable dominion over all. Whichever all, whichever comes first.
21st Jan '16 5:11:24 AM WhosAsking
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* [[Literature/AClockworkOrange Anthony Burgess]]' homemade cocktail, Hangman's Blood. "Into a pint glass, doubles (i.e. 50ml measures) of the following are poured: gin, whisky, rum, port and brandy. A small bottle of stout is added and the whole topped up with Champagne... It tastes very smooth, induces a somewhat metaphysical elation, and rarely leaves a hangover."
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* [[Literature/AClockworkOrange Anthony Burgess]]' homemade cocktail, Hangman's Blood. "Into a pint glass, doubles (i.e. 50ml measures) of the following are poured: gin, whisky, rum, port and brandy. A small bottle of stout is added and the whole topped up with Champagne... It tastes very smooth, induces a somewhat metaphysical elation, and rarely leaves a hangover."" That last statement is questionable, given there is the equivalent of about ''ten shots'' worth of alcohol in that recipe, worse than the infamous Aunt Roberta (above).
13th Jan '16 8:30:03 AM Nopperabo
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** Or a Buffalo Sweat; Replace the tequila with overproof rum (151, for example, but several other overproofs are even higher in alcohol content)
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** Or a Buffalo Sweat; Replace the tequila with overproof rum (151, for example, but several other overproofs are even higher in alcohol content)content). * "To Hell You Ride" is vodka plus at least ten squirts of hot sauce.
7th Jan '16 10:22:53 PM karstovich2
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* Habu Sake, another Japanese variant. It's awamori (not sake) served with a Habu Viper in it. Yes, a dead snake in the liquor. Supposedly the alcohol neutralizes the venom, but there are sailors who swear the venom is just potent enough to keep your liver from purifying the alcohol from your system for a little longer than normal. Four shots of this, and you're down for the count.
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* Habu Sake, another Japanese variant. It's awamori (not sake) sake, a spirit from Okinawa distilled from long-grain rice[[note]]It's distinct from ''shōchu'', the native distilled liquor of the four main islands of Japan, on the basis of the rice; ''shōchu'' is distilled from Japanese shortgrain rice, while awamori is distilled from the long-grain rice historically grown on Okinawa but today mostly imported from Thailand.[[/note]]) served with a Habu Viper in it. Yes, a dead snake in the liquor. Supposedly the alcohol neutralizes the venom, but there are sailors who swear the venom is just potent enough to keep your liver from purifying the alcohol from your system for a little longer than normal. Four shots of this, and you're down for the count.
7th Jan '16 10:18:11 PM karstovich2
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** A standard LIIT is already stronger than most cocktails with equal parts vodka, tequila, white rum, gin, and Triple Sec. Though the liquor is diluted with lemon juice, gomme syrup, and coke, averaging out at a total of about 22% alcohol, this simply masks the flavor so you don't realize exactly how much booze you're getting, meaning that it's easy to drink a lot of them and get totally plastered.
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** A standard LIIT is already stronger than most cocktails with equal parts vodka, tequila, white rum, gin, and Triple Sec. Though the liquor is diluted with lemon juice, gomme syrup, and coke, averaging out at a total of about 22% alcohol, this simply masks the flavor so you don't realize exactly how much booze you're getting, meaning that it's easy to drink a lot of them and get totally plastered.plastered--and bear in mind that the LIIT tends to be served in a highball glass or pint glass, so even with the metric ton of ice that goes into the drink, you're getting a very large quantity of booze.
1st Jan '16 11:07:39 PM nombretomado
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** Strawberry Surprise was infamously present at [[{{Society for Creative Anachronism}} Pennsic War]]. Now when you check in for the event, you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it A.) Smokes. B.) Glows. C.) Glitters. D.) They won't tell you what's in it. and E.) The name contains the word "Surprise".
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** Strawberry Surprise was infamously present at [[{{Society for Creative Anachronism}} [[UsefulNotes/SocietyForCreativeAnachronism Pennsic War]]. Now when you check in for the event, you're given the suggested drinking rules for the event. To wit, don't drink it if it A.) Smokes. B.) Glows. C.) Glitters. D.) They won't tell you what's in it. and E.) The name contains the word "Surprise".
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