23. Spike your Slurpee

captain_slurpeeThe Europeans have it figured out.  We poor North Americans have to hatch newer and more covert ways to drink in public.

Perfect for Farmer’s Markets, park BBQ’s or just walking down the city street.  The Slurp-tini gives you all the refreshing cool of a summertime slushie coupled with that warm electric throat drip  of a “grown-up” drink.  

But drink up, the booze makes it melt more quickly!

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5 Responses to “23. Spike your Slurpee”

  1. Your coolhunting seems to yielding tonnes of fresh kills. Very tastic.
    Consider this bookmarked.

    Only a minor quibble: your grammar is suspect. “booze makes it melt more quickly!” Should read “booze makes it melt quicklier!”

    • This is my first time we visit here. I discovered so many etnertaining things in your blog, particularly its dialogue. From the tons of remarks on your articles, I suppose I am not the only one getting all of the leisure here! Keep up the great work.

  2. Michael, thank you so much for this article. I’m mriraed to a Vicentina and here I was thinking I was the only one dealing with this. My suocera is visiting and I’m tired of my three year old walking around with her pajama pants to her chest like Steve Urkel. Fortunately for you, your wife has learned the truth. Mine sticks to her guns! Ms Anna’s comment was a perfect caveat to the article, perfect. May God bless all of us American men mriraed to True Italians!

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