Alright, I’ll admit it: Drinking is fun (in moderation, of course. And if you’re of legal age. Which I am, so I am allowed to say this). I am a happy, happy drunk- everyone is suddenly my best friend, and the only thing I’m really concerned about is if I can dance in my 5 inch heels (and even then, it’s not that much of a concern).
Hey guys. You look pretty tonight. Come over here and we’ll talk about it…
The wonderful people at Flavorwire put together a list of 11 famous authors and their personal poison of choice, from F. Scott Fitzgerald to Dorothy Parker. For a fun, quick read, check out the article here.
Oscar Wilde- Absinthe
Charles Bukowski- Boilermaker (a shot of whiskey and a glass of beer)
Carson McCullers- Hot tea and sherry
F. Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald- Gin Rickey
Anne Sexton- Martinis
William S. Burroughs- Vodka and Coke
Dylan Thomas- Whiskey. Straight. Ouch.
Dorothy Parker- Whiskey Sours
William Faulkner- Mint Julep
So…who will you be drinking like this weekend?