November 13, 2007

In Ur Barz, Sippin Ur Manly Drinkz

The topic for today is manly drinks, and we couldn't think of anything more manly to accompany them than lolcatz. Well, OK, maybe not. Maybe it's time for us to lay off the sauce for a little while. But it'll be tough with all these manly drink recipes we just found, from the Rusty Nail to our personal all-time favorite, the Old Fashioned.

In the words of the authors:

This is a list of the classics. The drinks of wise, confident men. Drinks that have been around for ages; not made-up at last year’s homecoming party at the frat bar. Think Frank Sinatra, James Bond, Ernest Hemingway, Winston Churchill…
Campus Squeeze [via Urban Monarch]

It should be noted the Campus Squeeze fellas also offer a list of Girly Drinks in case you want to get girl drink drunk and secretly look at lolcatz.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at November 13, 2007 11:09 AM
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