10th April 2007

Vino Martes

It started off as nothing at all… Bored on a Tuesday some brothers of ACACIA fraternity, Penn State Chapter, decided to have a wine tasting of sorts. There were four of them, so four bottles. This was the FIRST Tuesday of many to come.

Tuesday #2 – A variation of Texas Hold-em is created to help decide who drinks and how much. Everyone is dealt two Cards face up and a glass of wine, two a person followed by the flop, turn and river cards, winner chugs their glass of wine. This variation was officially dubbed “Vino Martes”.

Tuesday #3 – This day, the wine is polished off “too quickly” and more alcohol is needed… So they go and find whatever they can get their hands on… Gin, Vodka, Tequila, whatever… I was told the Lichen Schnapps was the worst (Even the lichen at the bottom was swallowed).

Tuesday #4 – The Culligan (Yes that is the machine that is meant for big jugs of Poland Spring bottles) is put to an alternative use. Multiple bottles of wine are purchased until one full Poland Spring Bottle can be filled to the brim with wine and than dispensed through the Culligan machine.

Tuesday #5 – Bypassed due to recovery from Tuesday #4.

… And that is the story of “Vino Martes.” A new reason to drink on that random day that falls somewhat in the middle of the week.

Useful Ingredients:

Culligan Machine, LOTS of wine, Deck of Cards, and preferably no class and/or work the next day.

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