19 July 2014 § 3 Comments
Ah, how many things I have learned this summer. One is what a Long Island Iced Tea is. I am terribly disappointed that it contains no tea. (See also: my case against the “Tea” Party; the Boston “Tea” Party; debutante “teas”; the “North”; and disappointment with the mediocre tea culture in postmodern society.) I am also disappointed that it manages to contain practically every kind of liquor excluding whiskey, which is the only kind worth drinking. Curiously, it happens to fall under the category of my “favourite drink”, the famed gin and rum that arrived by epiphany in the summer of 2011. It will also make you a bit wobbly.
For the rest of the summer, I will forgo these so-called drinks and adhere to a strict diet of Paleo-Orthodoxy.