Over the years, we have covered a lot of things about drinking. Here is a simple countdown of some of our favorites, so you can drink like the rest of us.
4 Drink Recipes
- The Cucumber Caipiroska
- Simple Wine Jello
- Vodka Nutella Shot
- Classic Mulled Wine
3 Drinking Games
- The Very Mary-Kate Drinking Game
- The Buffy Drinking Game
- The Community Drinking Game
2 Drinking Guides
- Don’t Drink that Box of Wine By Yourself
- Drinking Culture
1 Warning Against Thinking Wine Makes All TV Good
- There isn’t enough wine in the world to make Splash watchable.
Please enjoy any alcoholic beverages responsibly.
One of the guiding lights of my generation, one of the great creators of my generation is Joss Whedon. I’m a big admirer of his but I’ve only seen like two episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer; the TV show that made his reputation is not really how I know him. I know him from his work in comic books and from Firefly and from The Avengers. I think the thing that Joss Whedon recognized and has exploited is people want to love a character and then see those characters have great moments. To be forced in a box and have to punch their way out. To be confronted with their worst fears and to have their fondest hopes snatched away from them. He’s really great at that. He’s really great at finding these characters that you just want to spend time with every week, or as much as possible, and see them experience everything. I think that’s the job, to create those characters and then give them their chance to be recognized as hero, coward or clown.
— Joe Hill
Drink any time one of the following things happen:
- Someone says “vampire”
- Anya references being a demon
- A vampire gets staked
- Angel looks angsty
- Giles or Spike use British slang
- A band plays at The Bronze
- Giles polishes his glasses
- A character on screen drinks
- Dawn whines about something
I think I have my plans for this weekend.