We hate to break it to you, everyone, but the Inauguration has ended. The mania has subsided and the fever has ended — except for our Beyoncé fever, which will carry on “until the end of time.” (Ha, see what we did there? We love you, B.) Now, all that’s left to do is celebrate the simple, serene beauty of the winter season. This cold weather took all of us by surprise, and you, at any point, see fellow students sprinting from building to building as they complain about their frozen fingers and ears. Because the Hilltop has experienced its first snowfall (read: dusting), this Casual Thursday is here to help you sit back, relax and celebrate all things snowy. Warm up by your bed with the Hot Toddy, the perfect winter companion, and play the Social Media Snowy Drinking Game:
The Hot Toddy:
- 1 ounce brandy, whiskey, or rum
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1/4 lemon
- 1 cup hot water
- 1 tea bag
- Coat the bottom of a mug or an Irish coffee glass with honey.
- Add the liquor and the juice of the lemon quarter.
- On the side, heat water in a tea kettle and add the tea bag to make hot tea.
- Pour the steaming tea into the glass and stir.
The Social Media Snowy Drinking Game:
Celebrate people’s ridiculous reactions to winter precipitation with this snarky social media drinking game!
Go on Facebook or Twitter and slowly scroll down your News Feed/Twitter Feed.
Take a sip every time …
-A status/tweet references “cold”
-A status/tweet references “winter”
-Someone has posted a picture of himself/herself in the snow
Take a big gulp every time…:
-Someone makes a really excited over-hyper status/tweet about snow. (e.g. “I LOVE SNOOOWWWWW! )
-Someone makes a really miserable, cranky, aggressive status/tweet about hating snow/winter. (e.g. “I HATE WINTER. SNOW IS ICKY.”)
Take a shot every time…:
-Someone makes a really miserable, cranky, aggressive status/tweet about being annoyed by other people’s statuses/tweets about snow.
Finish your drink every time…:
-Some Captain Obvious (in real life) energetically points outside and exclaims, “It’s Snowing!”
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