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It's too damn hot outside drinks

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  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 8,098
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    LebamDawg said:

    The $4 million study says you need to evaluate the evaporation rate of the sweat that would be generated and a hot drink would cool you down faster in certain conditions. Dripping sweat and not evaporating the sweat stick with cold drinks.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22574769

    For the girls - glowing not sweating

    get fucked narc!
    Dennis_DeYoungUW_Doog_Botbackthepack
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 8,098
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    edited April 13

    Daiquiris are the best drink. Full stop. But, you know... on a hot day, amazeballs.

    2oz Flor de Caña white (the rum is really important; should be FDC 4)
    1oz lime juice (if it's older than 4 hours, you are a fucking idiot)
    10mL superfine sugar

    Shake, strain.

    Bam.

    Some of us like to watch our weight.
    And drink a ton at a time.

    So vodka and Crystal light reigns supreme.

    And it's just as good watered down so you can add a shitload of ice.



    Don't bro me if u don't know me
    Dennis_DeYoungUW_Doog_BotbackthepackEdwin_Bambino
  • YellowSnowYellowSnow Posts: 7,520
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    Those limey fucks with the bad teeth know how to do warm weather properly.

    Those limey Pimm's Cups are the shit. Had my first one at the Steward's Enclosure at the Henley Royal Regatta. Paid for it with my UW meal per diem cash money. Thanks Baabs!!


    UW_Doog_BotDennis_DeYoungDoog_de_JourUWhuskytskeet
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Posts: 8,098
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    Daiquiris are the best drink. Full stop. But, you know... on a hot day, amazeballs.

    2oz Flor de Caña white (the rum is really important; should be FDC 4)
    1oz lime juice (if it's older than 4 hours, you are a fucking idiot)
    10mL superfine sugar

    Shake, strain.

    Bam.

    Some of us like to watch our weight.
    And drink a ton at a time.

    So vodka and Crystal light reigns supreme.

    And it's just as good watered down so you can add a shitload of ice.



    Don't bro me if u don't know me
    To each their own, but vodka is useless and stop eating like a pig.
    Liquid diet buttfucker
    Dennis_DeYoungMisterEm
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 13,900
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    My go to summer drink is as follows:

    1/2 glass of Tito’s Vodka on the rocks
    Simple Syrup to taste (about a 1-2 second pour)
    Top w Sparkling Water
    Squeeze in lemon to taste (I usually do about 1 lemon for every 12-16 ounces of the glass)

    A couple of notes:

    Although more expensive Meyers lemons are substantially better

    I usually peel some of the lemon skin and place at the bottom of my glass per each glass I pour ... between the natural sugars from the lemon as well as the simple syrup the peels become candied during the day and the amount of actual sugar needed for each drink drops throughout the day
    YellowSnowUW_Doog_BotDoog_de_Jour
  • BennyBeaverBennyBeaver Posts: 5,729
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    Tequilla said:

    My go to summer drink is as follows:

    1/2 glass of Tito’s Vodka on the rocks
    Simple Syrup to taste (about a 1-2 second pour)
    Top w Sparkling Water
    Squeeze in lemon to taste (I usually do about 1 lemon for every 12-16 ounces of the glass)

    A couple of notes:

    Although more expensive Meyers lemons are substantially better

    I usually peel some of the lemon skin and place at the bottom of my glass per each glass I pour ... between the natural sugars from the lemon as well as the simple syrup the peels become candied during the day and the amount of actual sugar needed for each drink drops throughout the day

    Sounds remarkably similar but much more difficult than opening a can of San Pellegrino Limonata.
    backthepackMisterEmUW_Doog_BotIce_Holmvik
  • MisterEmMisterEm Posts: 5,458
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    Tequilla said:

    My go to summer drink is as follows:

    1/2 glass of Tito’s Vodka on the rocks
    Simple Syrup to taste (about a 1-2 second pour)
    Top w Sparkling Water
    Squeeze in lemon to taste (I usually do about 1 lemon for every 12-16 ounces of the glass)

    A couple of notes:

    Although more expensive Meyers lemons are substantially better

    I usually peel some of the lemon skin and place at the bottom of my glass per each glass I pour ... between the natural sugars from the lemon as well as the simple syrup the peels become candied during the day and the amount of actual sugar needed for each drink drops throughout the day

    Sounds remarkably similar but much more difficult than opening a can of San Pellegrino Limonata.
    In other words, perfect for @Tequilla to over-complicate.
    backthepackBennyBeaverTequillaSoutherndawg
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 13,900
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    MisterEm said:

    Tequilla said:

    My go to summer drink is as follows:

    1/2 glass of Tito’s Vodka on the rocks
    Simple Syrup to taste (about a 1-2 second pour)
    Top w Sparkling Water
    Squeeze in lemon to taste (I usually do about 1 lemon for every 12-16 ounces of the glass)

    A couple of notes:

    Although more expensive Meyers lemons are substantially better

    I usually peel some of the lemon skin and place at the bottom of my glass per each glass I pour ... between the natural sugars from the lemon as well as the simple syrup the peels become candied during the day and the amount of actual sugar needed for each drink drops throughout the day

    Sounds remarkably similar but much more difficult than opening a can of San Pellegrino Limonata.
    In other words, perfect for @Tequilla to over-complicate.
    Today’s example of how I can’t win

    Yesterday: I use marg mix vs limes to save time

    Today: I use sparkling water and lemons instead of lemon flavored sparkling water

    BennyBeaverMisterEmbackthepackIce_Holmvik
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 13,900
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    Tequilla said:

    MisterEm said:

    Tequilla said:

    My go to summer drink is as follows:

    1/2 glass of Tito’s Vodka on the rocks
    Simple Syrup to taste (about a 1-2 second pour)
    Top w Sparkling Water
    Squeeze in lemon to taste (I usually do about 1 lemon for every 12-16 ounces of the glass)

    A couple of notes:

    Although more expensive Meyers lemons are substantially better

    I usually peel some of the lemon skin and place at the bottom of my glass per each glass I pour ... between the natural sugars from the lemon as well as the simple syrup the peels become candied during the day and the amount of actual sugar needed for each drink drops throughout the day

    Sounds remarkably similar but much more difficult than opening a can of San Pellegrino Limonata.
    In other words, perfect for @Tequilla to over-complicate.
    Today’s example of how I can’t win

    Yesterday: I use marg mix vs limes to save time

    Today: I use sparkling water and lemons instead of lemon flavored sparkling water

    I'm hearing your winning plenty
    3rd win with that team in 4 sessions
    Ice_Holmvik
  • TequillaTequilla Posts: 13,900
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    Tequilla said:

    MisterEm said:

    Tequilla said:

    My go to summer drink is as follows:

    1/2 glass of Tito’s Vodka on the rocks
    Simple Syrup to taste (about a 1-2 second pour)
    Top w Sparkling Water
    Squeeze in lemon to taste (I usually do about 1 lemon for every 12-16 ounces of the glass)

    A couple of notes:

    Although more expensive Meyers lemons are substantially better

    I usually peel some of the lemon skin and place at the bottom of my glass per each glass I pour ... between the natural sugars from the lemon as well as the simple syrup the peels become candied during the day and the amount of actual sugar needed for each drink drops throughout the day

    Sounds remarkably similar but much more difficult than opening a can of San Pellegrino Limonata.
    In other words, perfect for @Tequilla to over-complicate.
    Today’s example of how I can’t win

    Yesterday: I use marg mix vs limes to save time

    Today: I use sparkling water and lemons instead of lemon flavored sparkling water

    I'm hearing your winning plenty
    * you’re
  • WilburHooksHandsWilburHooksHands Posts: 4,064
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    You motherfuckers got me drinking daquiris all weekend.
    YellowSnowbackthepack
  • WilburHooksHandsWilburHooksHands Posts: 4,064
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    You motherfuckers got me drinking daquiris all weekend.

    How does one go gay just for the weekend?
    ONE weekend?
    Dennis_DeYoungbackthepack
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