Friday, September 21, 2012

Peace Begins with a Smile ~ Mother Teresa

September 21,

International Peace Day
Look at that yesterday was for punching, today is for kissing and making up! Created in 1981, International Peace Day was promoted by the UN as a day for ceasefire and non-violence throughout the world.
So since I am in the loving mood, I'm going to give you a special treat...Lots of drinks!
Since today is for making love, not war... that's what are drinks are going to be.
Today's collection is filled with all the naughty named drinks your too embarrassed to order at the bar.
These are real drinks, I swear I'm not that twisted!

Slow Comfortable Screw Up Against A Wall
An oldie, but goodie!
1/4 oz. Galliano
1/2 oz. Sloe Gin
1 oz. Southern Comfort
1/2 oz. Vodka
3 oz. OJ

Mix all ingredients together in a shaker
Pour into you fav glass
Just what the Doctor (Ruth) ordered!

Mountain Dew Me
Love it!
2 oz. Melon liqueur
1 oz. Triple Sec
4 oz. Pineapple Juice
1 splash Lemon-Lime soda

Mix all ingredients in a shaker
Pour into a highball glass
Do The DEW!

Blow Job
Everyone always gives these to their friends on B-days, then giggles like they are the idiots. Your the one who gave the Blow Job, the B-day person received, Hello?!
1/2 oz. Irish Cream Liqueur
1oz. Amaretto
Whipped Cream

Pour liqueurs in a shot glass
Top with WHipped (emphasis on the H) Cream
Suck it down, No hands if your real good!

Screaming Orgasm
1 oz vodka
1 1/2 oz  Irish cream (Baileys)
1/2 oz  Coffee liqueur (Kahlua)

Pour over ice or in a shot glass in order:
The best type of "O"

Slippery Nipple
Slippery when wet!
3/4 oz  Irish cream
3/4 oz Butterscotch Schnapps

Combine either in a shot glass or over ice in a rocks glass

When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace. 
Jimi Hendrix

Imagine all the people living life in peace. You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will be as one. 
John Lennon

It isn't enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn't enough to believe in it. One must work at it. 
Eleanor Roosevelt

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