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Things to mix with Vodka?

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Vodka? Ergh, it belongs in the bin, don't like it. I prefer Jaegermeister and Absinthe, in moderate quantities.

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Red Bull, of course.

The substance formed as a result is believed to be comparable to liquified crack cocaine.

Of course, that's an extreme exaggeration, as crack cocaine makes you, over time, go insane. :p

Anyway, caffeine + booze? No thank you.

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Man, my FIRST drink was shots of straight vodka, I wouldn't do anything else for the longest time. Then I found Bourbon and Scotch. MMmmmm. Mixed drinks are for women.

I agree, men take it straight.

Why, I downed a 40 ouncer on my fourth time getting drunk (40% alcohol)!

Of course, I threw up blood...

But it sure was manly (and fun, until I started to get impossibly sick).

Seriously though, it's only Vodka, it's probably not a 40 ouncer, and it's probably not close to 40%. So down it straight. Otherwise, you won't get as trashed - and being trashed is fun times, friends.

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My boy Orange Drink and I invented a drink called the "Mark Hamill"... the recipe is simply equal parts DayQuil and gin. There is an obscure variation to this drink however, (pertaining to the topic of this thread) equal parts NyQuil and vodka. That's called a "Gamorrean Guard"

Cheers!

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