You may remember that I posted a bunch of drinking games during the Presidential debates. Well, the folks over at E! have come up with their own drinking game for tonight’s Golden Globes. You probably won’t need any alcohol to pee your pants because the Globes are being hosted (again!) by the hilarious Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, but in case you’re sipping a cocktail (or two) tonight and don’t have to work tomorrow, here is the official E! drinking game. (For the record, TIME also has it’s own version… but that’s some hardcore drinking.)Take one sip if: -You get physically upset at any point during the show because you aren’t BFFs with Amy and Tina. -You witness a good photo bomb from someone not realizing they’re on TV. -Someone gets played off. -Someone is noticeably drunk. -Someone jokes about not being able to joke about 12 Years a Slave. -Someone mentions the nudity on Girls. -Netflix shout-out! -Amy Poehler does a bit about her faux-rival Julia Louis-Dreyfus. -From the podium, a winner tells their kids to go to bed. -A person cries from the podium. -Someone mentions Harvey Weinstein (this one is adapted from Fey and Poehler’s very own drinking game). Take two sips if: -Someone tries to joke about 12 Years a Slave and it doesn’t work. -Jennifer Lawrence says something charming. -A winner is absent. -Someone jokes about the nudity/vulgarity of Wolf of Wall Street. -Someone jokes about the nudity/vulgarity of Girls. -There’s just a voice talking, à la Her. Take three sips if:
-Breaking Bad wins any awards. It’s predicted, but it’s also cause for celebration! -Someone tries to joke about 12 Years a Slave and it somehow works. -Someone trips on their way to the stage. -Someone in the audience is a punchline and they don’t look happy about it. (Never forget.) Finish your bottle if: -Tina and Amy sing a song about boobs…but this time, from outer space.
Apparently your favorite drink speaks volumes about your politics.
Consumer data suggests Democrats prefer clear spirits, while Republicans like their brown liquor. That research comes from consumer data supplied by GFK MRI, and analyzed by Jennifer Dube of National Media Research Planning and Placement, an Alexandria-based Republican consulting firm.
You can read the full article from the Washington Post here, but take a look at the chart and see where you fall.
…at wine night
I put on fuchsia lipstick, and I said f*ck it!
All I know is that I got sprayed in the face.
Please don’t lick it raw tomorrow.
It was so hard and bigger than I thought…
I watched two guys, and it came.
When you shove them in the camera, I guess they look big no matter how big they are.
The post–Labor Day moratorium on white clothing and accessories has long ranked among etiquette hard-liners’ most sacred rules. For those of you who will be enjoying your Friday evening off, just know that while it might not be okay to WEAR white after Labor Day, it’s certainly still acceptable to DRINK white.
Anyone out there who drinks coffee likely drinks it for one of two reasons: 1) they like the taste and/or 2) they need the caffeine.
Well it turns out that not all coffees are equal. It should come as no surprise that different kinds of coffee have, on average, varying amounts of caffeine in them. So if you’re drinking your coffee for reasons #2 above, the pic below tells you how to get the most bang for your buck.
Think about that the next time you’re ordering your grande extra-hot no foam mocha. And don’t even get me started on decaf…
For non-native New Englanders, Patriots’ Day commemorates the battles of Lexington and Concord during the Revolutionary War. The civic holiday is celebrated in Massachusetts and Maine, and is always celebrated on the third Monday in April.
If this sounds like a totally BS holiday to you, that’s because it is. It also happens to be the day that the Boston Marathon is run – so to many locals it’s known merely as Marathon Monday. Whatever you want to call it, it’s merely an excuse for Bostonians to drink on a Monday.