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Sans:  FUNNY BONES

(Black Sambuca, ginger and lemongrass vodka)

“knock, knock.”
“WHO’S THERE???”
“sam.”
“SAM WHO??”
“sambuca, one part–black if you have it.”

“knock, knock.”
“WHO’S THERE??”
“juan.”
“JUAN WHO????”
“juan part ginger vodka also.”

“knock, knock.”
“IS THIS ANOTHER BAD JOKE???”
“it’s Mick.”
“MICK WHO?”
“mick stogether both and get drunked on them!”
“SANS!!! YOU KNOW I DON’T DRINK THINGS!!!”

“knock, knock.”
“I DO NOT WANT ANOTHER KNOCK-KNOCK JOKE, SANS!!!”
“it’s Lemmy.”
“…HMM, DO I KNOW A LEMMY?  LEMMY WHO??”
“lemmy in, I forgot my booze!”

[OOC note: To have a bad time, substitute Bacardi 151 for the ginger vodka]

Welcome to Sunday Funday! Enjoy the:

The Fallen Froggie

Ingredients:
½ oz Midori Melon Liqueur
½ oz Peach Schnapps
½ oz Baileys Irish Creme
Splash of grenadine

Directions:
Mix equal parts of melon liquor and Irish creme. Splash a bit of grenadine on top.

This recipe is from DrinkedIn.net, check their site for more great recipes!

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Candy Cane Jello Shots! 🍭🎅🏻❤️


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Katniss Everdeen:  GIRL ON FIRE

(hibiscus syrup, Jagermeister, Bacardi 151)

Prim, listen to me.  If you see the Peacekeepers coming back, you take a teaspoon of hibiscus syrup and an ounce and a half of Mom’s herbal tincture, and you mix it together and float some white liquor on top using the back of a spoon.  Then you set the white liquor on fire, OK?  That’ll be the signal.

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Mrs. White:  FLAMES ON THE SIDE OF MY FACE

(almond milk, creme de menthe, white chocolate sauce)

I used to love this shot; it was an ounce of almond milk, an ounce of creme de menthe, and a teaspoon of chocolate sauce.  And yes, one day, my late husband used up all the chocolate sauce.  But I didn’t care!  Why should I care?

…all right, yes, yes, I cared.  I hated him, so much… flames, flames on the side of my face, breathing, heaving breaths…

[OOC note:  This drink’s name is not a suggestion for its consumption. ;)]

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Mrs. Peacock:  SENATOR’S WIFE

(Bombay Sapphire, Island Punch Pucker)

Well, someone’s got to break the ice, and it might as well be me. I mean, I’m used to being a hostess, after all it’s part of my role as a senator’s wife. And it’s always difficult when a group of new friends meet together for drinks for the first time, to get acquainted, so I’m perfectly prepared to start the ball rolling. I mean, I am determined to enjoy myself. And I’m very intrigued, and, oh my, this aperitif’s delicious, isn’t it? It tastes like my favorite recipe, half Bombay Sapphire and half island punch…

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peach & strawberry jello shots (they taste like candy!)- makes ~25 medium jello shots, or ~35 small

* prep: ~20 minutes // ready in: 6-8 hours *

materials needed:

* large bowl

* pot

* [2] measuring cups

* spoon

* ~25 medium or ~35 small disposable shot glasses

* cookie sheet

* cooking spray

ingredients:

* [2] 85g packets of strawberry jell-o (NOT “no sugar added”)

* 2/3 cup of regular vodka (pre-chilled in fridge)

* 2/3 cup of peach schnapps (pre-chilled in fridge)

* 2/3 cup of cold water

* 1 cup of boiling water

directions:

* take out your cookie sheet and place the shot glasses on it. this will make it easier to get in and out of the fridge. once the shot glasses are lined up, quickly spray them with cooking spray (the jell-o will slide out easier afterwards).

* in your first measuring cup, mix vodka and peach schnapps. using cold water (tap is fine), add until it reaches the 2 cup line. place measuring cup in fridge to chill.

* using your second measuring cup, measure just over 1 cup of water and put it in a pot on high to boil. this would be a good time to make sure your jell-o is out of the box and ready to be mixed.

* once the water is boiling, re-measure to make sure you have a full cup. pour the boiling water into a bowl and mix with both jell-o packs, stirring constantly.

* once the powder has all dissolved, take your chilled water/alcohol mixture from the fridge and mix it in with the jell-o, once again stirring constantly.

* now, use a measuring spoon or similar object to scoop out the jell-o mixture into the shot glasses. i find about 2/3 full is usually good (you want to have lots!)

* now that they’ve all been poured in and the mixture is gone, put the cookie sheet in the fridge either over night, or for at least 4-6 hours. anything less and it won’t be firm enough!

* once they’re firm, serve them to friends and enjoy!! *

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O-ren Ishii:  COTTONMOUTH

(sake, brandy, grenadine)

As a woman of mixed heritage, I enjoy mixing equal parts brandy and sake.  I find it works particularly well when you first line the glass with grenadine.  In the cup before you, I have mixed three quarters of an ounce of both sake and brandy and layered it carefully over a teaspoon of grenadine.

If you do not like this drink, I encourage you to, in a respectful manner, question my tastes.  If you’re unconvinced that this modern twist on traditional cold sake is best, tell me so.  But allow me to convince you.  And I promise you, right here and now, no subject will be taboo–except, of course, the subject that was just under discussion.

The price you pay for bringing up my love of either grenadine or brandy as a negative is, I collect your [TARANTINO]ing head.  Just like this [TARANTINO] here.  Now if any of you sons of bitches got ANYTHING ELSE TO SAY, NOW’S THE [TARANTINO]ING TIME!

I didn’t think so.  Gentlemen, enjoy your beverage.