Saturday, October 1, 2016

Lucid Idiocy drinks to 2016!

If you need cocktail ideas today, Lucid Idiocy has you covered. Drink up.

The Silver Red and Black
Shot of Johnny Walker Red, shot of Johnny Walker Black, Diet Sprite. Losing badly in the 4th quarter? Substitute Mercury for the Sprite.

The Banana Lambert
My siblings and I actually created this one at the start of the 2015 season, based on the oldest bottle in my parents' liquor cabinet. It's a shot of banana liqueur and a shot of bourbon with ginger beer, garnished with mint. It's not as bad as you think (yes it is).

The Jacob's Ladder
Shot of peppermint schnapps, shot of Boone's Farm, shot of whiskey, hand the ball to Nick Chubb.

The Nick Chubb
Get a rocks glass. Fill it with rocks. Enjoy.

The McKenzie
Three sips of an $80 Scotch, enjoyed by a fire with a mellow cigar. Then drop and shatter the rest of the bottle.

The Lorenzo
Tequila in a shot class garnished with pulled teeth. Yeah, I don't know why either.

The Eason
Get some champagne. Add jolly ranchers. Give it to the other team.

The Blazevich
Shot of beer. Shot of Amaretto. Top with 151. Light on fire and set aside without drinking.

The Kirby
A vodka fishbowl martini served daily at 3:30 from a bottle of Grey Goose that has been emptied out behind your back, then refilled with either more Grey Goose, Absolute or Mr. Boston's.

The McGarity
Beverage of your choice, served in a glass too big for you to finish.

The Placekicker
Prepare two separate glasses of malt liquor. Set aside on an tray table while you enjoy three to five Easons. Approach tray table and trip face first into both glasses. Cut yourself severely.

The Sack
Beverage does not exist.

The Line
Drink of your choice served in a colander.

The Beat UNC
I actually don't know what's in this one, which is a shame because it was pretty good. I know it's built on a Nick Chubb, but for the life of me I can't remember what else was in it.

The 2016
Make an Eason. Put all your eggs in it.

The Richt
Vodka shots. Like revenge, best served cold.

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