Do The Lines On Red Solo Cup Mean Something?

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According to the red solo cup graphic below going across the inter webs, the lines on a Solo cup actually mean something. Apparently, people are only now learning to read between the lines The bottom line is an appropriate serving for liquor: 1 ounce. The middle line marks 5 ounces: the serving size for wine. And the next line is a perfect serving for beer. However despite this awesome convenient little measuring… Read More

Drinkify: Listen Responsibly

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Drinkify: Listen Responsibly If you like: 1). The Internet  2). Music and 3). Drinking then this site is for you. It’s called Drinkify:  A website that allows you to type in the artist you want to listen to, plays their music, and matches it with an accompanying cocktail recipe. This is quite an amazing site and the drinks actually go well with the music. You know how old people will drink wine… Read More

This Spray Will Get You Instantly Drunk

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I don’t know when the WA|HH Quantum Sensations spray is coming to the United States, but it’s not coming soon enough. Created by the French American scientist David Edwards, It gets you drunk for a few seconds with no aftereffects. Why? I don’t know why, but I want to try it anyway. Each dose—administered with a device designed by Philippe Starck—will give you only 0.075 milliliters of alcohol. Edwards claims that, thanks… Read More

How Not to Die In College: Throwing A Dorm Party

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No lie, it’s been a long time since I’ve been an undergraduate freshman, but now that I’m a graduate student in a new school and in a new state, I’m finding many parallels to then and now. To keep things interesting I will provide some sage-like advice from someone who has already graduated, in my series HOW NOT TO DIE IN COLLEGE (HOW NOT TO DIE INC). How Not to Die In College Presents:… Read More

How Not To Die: While Partying

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No lie, it’s been a long time since I’ve been an undergraduate freshman, but now that I’m a graduate student freshman in a new school and a new state, I’m finding many parallels to then and now. To keep things interesting I will provide some sage-like advice from someone who has already graduated, in my series HOW NOT TO DIE IN COLLEGE (HOW NOT TO DIE INC): Please Abide By These Rules… Read More