Newsgroups: talk.bizarre
From: (Scott Dorsey)
Subject: FTSD: Drink Quiz
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Organization: Institute for Boatanchor Studies
Date: Tue, 1 Dec 1998 20:17:01 GMT
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The person to provide correct answers to all questions is to be given a
free drink at the next BOB:

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1. What is the National Drink of the Salvadorians?  (Hint: it is not only
   "multirectificado" but also "superfiltrado.")

2. Name two beverages, each of which comes in several variants which are
   distinguished by colors.  No, "dark" and "light" aren't colors.

3. Name two songs by Root Boy Slim which mention Pernod.

4. What kind of wine would you drink in the Lightning Bar?

5. How does red, red wine make you feel?

6. A drink was mentioned both by Jerry Lee Lewis and by Jack Kerouac, but
   they each spelled it differently.  What was it?

7. What makes the part grow longer?

8. What should you drink all night long if you want to die behind the wheel?

9. Richard Thompson sings a song about wine that mentions everything from
   sherry to blackberry.  The refrain and title, however, refer to a mixed
   drink.  What is that drink and how is it made?

10. What is "yummy, yummy, yummy" in Townes Van Zandt's "tummy?"

11. What will it take a couple of to get you on your feet again?  Maybe
    you'll get a replacement.

12. Is it true that the same agent that makes Curacao blue is also used
    to color the water in public toilets?

13. Name a drink made from 100% recycled souls.

14. What's the word?  What's the price?

15. Where is "Sons of the Revolution" brandy made, and whose faces share
    the label with that of V.I. Lenin?

16. What, according to Eugene O'Neill, should you drink rather than do?

17. Name both ingredients in a Vino Colada.

18. What does Fred Sanford drink, and where does he buy it?

19. What oil does Mr. Snukes add to the gin?

20. Where is Jabra water made and what is it distilled from?

Extra credit:

21. Where is Pink Pussycat wine made, and how does it make you feel?
"C'est un Nagra.  C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."