A sweet shot for manly men

by Justin D'Olier on April 29, 2011 | (5) Comments |

I’m a man’s man. I like sports and trucks and lighting things on fire. I proudly display my glorious mane of chest hair. I think all stove settings aside from high heat are superfluous. I enjoy my scotch neat. I think the sole purpose of a Cosmo is to help women find me more attractive. […]

I Double Dog dare you to try this beer

by Victoria D'Olier on April 24, 2011 | (1) Comment |

During one’s drinking youth the general criteria for satisfaction relies heavily upon a dollar to alcohol percentage ratio: the lower the dollar, the higher the alcohol percentage, the more complete the satisfaction.  The point: get as blitzed as possible for the least amount of cash.  This scale tends to lead to many forgotten nights book-ended […]

If you like cocktails and fun, this is what you are doing on Wednesday.

by Justin D'Olier on April 13, 2011 | (1) Comment |

What do you usually do on Wednesday nights? Eat meatloaf? Take out the recycling? Have consensual lights-off sex in the standard position with your domestic partner? Watch reruns of Criminal Minds and Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior? (The fact that Wednesday can support two versions of the same awful show back to back is reason enough […]

What’s better than getting naked and making cocktails?

by Justin D'Olier on April 12, 2011 | (2) Comments |

I fully intended to have a glass of wine tonight. I walked downstairs, opened the fridge, and pulled out a chilled magnum of Cavit Pinot Grigio, Costco’s finest hobo table wine. But, as I reached for a 10 ounce red plastic Elmo sippy cup – I’m going to handwash a Riedel glass for a splash […]

Aloha from “Sunny” Seattle!

by Mel Galarneau on April 6, 2011 | (1) Comment |

Some of you may have heard that I, Lady Lush, have made the questionable decision to leave my comfort zone in Hawaii nei and thrust myself into the dismal grunge and grime we call Seattle. That sounds more negative that it should. I am happy to experience something new and different, albeit a little colder […]