Technically speaking, a Smirnoff Ice, or anything else of similar atrocity is malt liqueur... But really, it's not a term in common usage, and I gotta think they wanted this to be user friendly... by drunk people... right?
The better test would have been:1.) Drink?A.) Wine/ChampagneB.) BeerC.) Hard Booze.2.) Unit type?A.) Shot(s)B.) Oz(s)C.) Bottle(s)3.) Number of items from Question 2:A.) A fewB.) A lotC.) We had to go buy more.4.) Have you illegally pissed on anything/anyone?A.) No.B.) Yes.C.) I can't remember.(Continue with remainder of questions.)
For wine, they only have the listing "common table wine." But what if I'm drinking "uncommon table wine"? I'm no commoner, you know! Or what if I'm just drinking wine, without the table? They definitely need to rethink their list. And, btw, their chart tells me that I'm not impaired right now. But I beg to differ!
One must be forgetting that Mickey's Big Mouth Malt Liquor come bottled in 12 oz. "barrel bottles", or "hand grenades". They single-handedly got me through some tough times. :)
Yeah, you are right. But 99% of all other malt liquors are in forty.Didn't the Micky's caps have a riddle in the cap that got easier and easier the more you drank?
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