You went hard. Ran a few miles, lifted some weights, swam some laps. You have goals for your body and you’ve been focused min them. But now the sun is setting and your friends are calling for some much-needed social interaction. They want to hit the bar- and you’re sitting there trying to measure how
- Published in Drinking DIY
There’s only so many times you can play “Have you ever” with your same group of friends. Television drinking games are fun but a little too anti-social for parties. Lucky for you, there are a bunch of games sitting in your kid’s closet just waiting to be turned into fun adult games with a few
- Published in Random Ravings
Amsterdam is the partier’s dream. No marijuana restrictions, plenty of bars and pubs and the city is open all night. Because of its drug tourism, Amsterdam has also seen a lot of tourists go a bit too hard, and end up not faring too well the next day. Here is some general advice on how
- Published in Travel
For some, social distancing means staying home alone. For others, it means having a quarantine party with friends and family. Regardless of your plans, you can stock up on alcohol (and toilet paper) and sip on these quarantine-inspired beverages: THE QUARANTINI A new spin on a yellow fever, the quarantini is a combination of sweet
Ever thought of attending a Pub Crawl? These are exciting, organized events held in most cities where you go from bar to bar to drink, socialize, and have a good time. You can usually register online and typically pay about $10-15. For the small price you pay, you not only get discounted drinks at the
It’s no surprise that the country with the longest work hours in the world, also consumes the most shots of alcohol per person. Koreans have the utmost respect for hierarchy and will not leave work until their boss finishes for the day, so they are often stuck in the office for over 12 hours a
Cities all around are packed with trendy bars that are picking up on a new, favored trend by using growlers. For anyone who is not too familiar with growlers – what they are, are large sized, glass bottles (usually covered with the bar’s brand) that can be refilled with beer from the bar of purchase
- Published in Take a break!
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