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Don't Panic

How To Make Your Own Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster [VIDEO]

You know the one. The Best Drink in Existence, the effects of which are similar to “having your brains smashed in by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick.” If you can make this, then you really know where your towel is.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Wine-o-Saur

Alternatively, a dino wino. (For sale at Uncommon Goods, via That’s Nerdalicious)


Just What You've Always Wanted

Steel Your Nerves With Pacific Rum Before Fighting Your Next Kaiju

Is this an actual thing that’s being sold or just a fictional concoction invented by a Pacific Rim fan with access to a bottle of booze, some graphic design know-now, and a liquor store in which to snap a photo? On the one hand, Pacific Rum is in violation of copyright, so I’m not sure many stores would sell it. Plus the label underneath the bottle clearly doesn’t say Pacific Rum. On the other hand… Portland. If Pacific Rum will exist anywhere, it’ll be there. Or maybe Austin.

I don’t really care, to be honest. Pacific Rum exists in my heart, and you cannot take that away from me. Now let’s go get smashed and built giant robots.

(via: /Film)

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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

You Will Be Wibbly Wobbly After Playing the Doctor Who Drinking Game [VIDEO]

If you decide to play the Doctor Who drinking game just remember, you can’t cross your own timeline to go back and tell yourself not to play the Doctor Who drinking game.

(via io9)

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Winter Is Coming

We’ve Tasted Ommegang’s Game of Thrones Beer!

In the Game of Thrones, you either drink…or you drink. There really is no alternative in the world of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire. Fine by me, which is why I was excited to hear HBO was teaming with Brewery Ommegang to create a line of Game of Thrones-inspired beer. And even more excited when they sent me a sample of their first edition, Iron Throne Blonde Ale, to try. Let me just say, I drink beer but I’m no connoisseur, so please forgive me if I don’t get into specifics. 


Just What You've Always Wanted

Drink in Style With Flasks from Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, and More

Not that you have to drink alcohol, necessarily. I can see myself sipping some Black Cherry Kool-Aid from the White Tree of Gondor flask as I read fanfic on the subway. Like a boss.

Though regarding Game of Thrones I’d recommend alcohol if you’re reading book three, A Storm of Swords, for the first time. Just a heads up. Check out the selection after the jump.

(by Etsy seller Emporium of Fluff, via That’s Nerdalicious)


Clever Girl

Today In Ridiculous Drinking: Velociraptor vs. Shark Whisky

I’m not a whiskey drinker but if I were, this is the kind I would drink. Says Ben of of the creation, “Now, for [distillery] Aultmore, I searched high and low, asked all and sundry for interesting stories, facts or legends surrounding the distillery and turned up precisely nothing. So you’ve got this. A Velociraptor fighting a shark.” Apparently the design is part of a series of limited edition whiskies with comic book style label art. As for the artist he said, “She’s a comic book artist based in Glasgow.” If anyone knows her name, let us know, she deserves a high-five. Edit: Success! The artist is Emily Chappell. Her work can be found here.

(via Geek Alerts)

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