Articles by Colin Joliat
It’s free Slurpee day from 7-Eleven! Rejoice and get brain freeze! Here’s everything you need to know about how to claim your free Slurpee.
TGI Friday’s is too classy for an all-you-can-eat buffet, but not an all-you-can-eat appetizer extravaganza! Time to finally ask out that thicky thick girl you eye every time the Nelly song comes on.
Tomorrow is National Pina Colada day, which is super important. Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about the Pina Colada.
It’s impossible to watch baseball without drinking, and Target Field is making it even easier with new self-serve beer stands just in time for the All-Star game. It sounds like god’s gift to baseball, but is it?
Americans buy over $1 billion worth of beer for the 4th of July, but not all freedom juice is created equally. If you want to truly be ‘Murican this Independence Day, get your hands on any of these 10 most American beers.
Spongebob lovers rejoice, the Krusty Krab is becoming a restaurant in real life! Who wants a Big Macs when you could have a Double Krabby Patty with Sea Cheese, Kelp Rings, and a Seafoam Soda?!
World Cup nicknames aren’t all as lame as The Yanks or The Blues. Some have awesome national team nicknames like The Copper Bullets and the Nature Boyz. Check out these 20 best world cup nicknames.
Bell’s Planet Series can only be described as Neil deGrasse Tyson’s wet dream. Journey through space with seven beers, each of which is named after a planet. Screw you Pluto!
Sunday is National Onion Ring day. I’m not sure deep fried slivers of vegetables deserve their own day, but I’m not one to argue about something so delicious. Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about onion rings.
With over 15 hours of daylight, day drinking is the only logical way to celebrate summer solstice. Here’s how to get the most out June 21st and avoid passing out before the sun goes down (on you).
This World Cup drinking game is awesome whether you need a beer to calm your nerves or something make the action more exciting. The rules are simpler than soccer itself and will have you blacked out (responsibly) by the final whistle.