“I’m honestly not sure if this is an ice cream headache or a hangover.”
~Americans currently pressing their tongues to the roofs of their mouths
Summer has officially come to an end, and as the hot, disgustingly sweaty nights of August brace to be replaced by the dreary, drinking-bourbon-alone-in-your-studio-apartment subzero evenings of February, we at AFFotD like to look back and think about all the products we could have told you about to make your summer better, but waited until the week where you finally reached below-freezing temperatures to tell you about them.
Basically, a lot of people have found a way to turn beer into a refreshing summer treat. And now you’ll have to wait a year until you get to enjoy them. Send all hate mail to the email address listed on the right. Come at us, bro.
Five Delicious Frozen Beer Treats For The Summer (Posted In The Fall)
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“You scream, I scream, we all scream, for a higher BAC!”
What’s one of the primary differences between America and Europe? For those of you who shouted, “Americans shower every once and a while”- nice, that’s as sick burn. But the real distinguishing characteristic is how we drink beer. Americans like their beer cold and their homosexuals flaming, while Europeans like their beer warm and their homosexuals frustratingly androgynous. It’s just a defining characteristic of being American, like being ten years late in backing up Liberal social causes and overestimating the appeal of professional sports in the state of Florida.
Oh, yeah, just change it from “Florida” to “Miami,” that’ll totally put butts in the seats.
What we’re trying to say is, the colder the beer, the more we like to drink it. You’re talking about a country that decided to take one of its beers that most resembles water (Coors) and make a special can that tells you when it’s cold enough to drink. And America liked that idea so much that they decided to go even further and make it so that the can will tell you when it’s really cold. We like our beer cold, and we could care less how it tastes at that point.
We’re honestly not sure if this label is trying to insult us or not.
Of course, there’s a certain point where beer is too cold. Like when it solidifies. We wouldn’t dare want that to happen…
Or would we?
Ice Cream Beer and Beer Floats: America’s Kicking Dessert’s Ass