Funny Drinks

Funny Drinks

31. 7-Up Mixed with Sprite

I wonder if I could sell this as SpriteUp. See also Soda.

Added by ozziekitty on November 17, 2015| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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32. Apple Beverage

The exact same as apple juice, just some shop's version. See also Fruits.

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33. 7-Down

See also Made Up, Soda.

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34. Arange Juice

A mix of apple juice and orange juice. See also Fruits, Made Up.

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35. Blush

A mix of white and red wines designed as a substitute for rosť, often served in jugs. See also 80's, Alcohol.

Added by Brian on January 10, 2015| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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36. Voo Dew

Vodka and Mountain Dew. See also Alcohol.

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37. Rocket Fuel

Gatorade and vodka. You'll be soaring. See also Alcohol.

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38. Yorsch

A 50/50 mix of Vodka and beer. Enjoy. See also Alcohol, Russian.

Added by a Guest on August 25, 2014| Comment | You Like This |

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39. Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster

The best alcoholic fictional drink in existence. According to the Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, this drink makes you feel like your brains have been smashed out by gold brick wrapped around a lemon and if anyone does eventually invent this, I will marry them on the spot. See also Alcohol, Fictional.

Added by a Guest on April 13, 2014| 6 Comments | You Like This |

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40. Shirley Temple

A non-alcoholic drink named after child actress Shirley Temple's red hair. See also Alcohol.

Added by a Guest on March 24, 2014| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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