class-o-meter

We've had a great week of merriment here at the Howerton house, and today we celebrated Jafta's 5th birthday. More details on that to come, including an explaination as to why I ended up wearing a "wench skirt" home from the show. But for now, a little fun with flasks.



HOW TO GAUGE HOW CLASSY YOU ARE



Deciding to take a flask to Medieval Times to avoid paying $8 for rum & coke: -2 points

Having your husband tell you this is totally inappropriate, and then doing it anyway: -2 points

Event you are taking said flask to is a birthday party for a child: -10 points

Event you are taking said flask to is at 3:30 pm: -20 points

Flask is from Pottery Barn: +6 points

No funnel for the flask: -2 points

Using a Target medicine dropper as funnel: -2 points

Rum was purchased in the airport in Haiti: -4 points

Previously incredulous husband is the only one to actually use the flask: +10 points

Blogging about taking a flask to Medieval Times: -2 points

Being too tired to do the above math or establish credible baseline number to appropriately gauge how classy you are, since you already know the answer is NOT AT ALL CLASSY: -2 points


Conclusion: The $8 margarita was good.

11 comments:

  1. I may be related to someone who filled a hydrogen peroxide bottle with Wild Turkey to smuggle liquor on a cruise.

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  2. man i love this... so my style :) one time in college, i filled up an insulated coffee mug with smirnoff ice and drank it during night class - classy... in many ways. i don't judge you, i join you!

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  3. Love this! I can't wait to see the photos of the event!!!

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  4. Too funny! I worked at Medieval Times (Myrtle Beach) all through high school. I loved it - wearing a wench costume every day and getting paid for it was the best part!

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  5. This is possibly one of the most helpful tips I've come across in the recent past. I feel like my time spent blog-reading was justified because of this info. Now, I don't have a flask, you think a 4 oz baby bottle would work? hehe

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  6. Thank you for a laugh-out-loud moment on a Monday afternoon...and thank you for the great tip.

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  7. Anonymous2:18 PM

    I poured vodka in my child's water bottle to "enhance" my weak drinks on a cruise ship. I had to prevent him from drinking it more than once. TRUE CLASS, great drinks.

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  8. Oh, you guys are the FUN parents!!! :)

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  9. I just found this and I would like to say... I think that filling it with a medicine dropper instead of a flask is like +1000! I don't have funnels but I definitely have medicine droppers!

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  10. I think this is like a +1million. I don't have a funnel, but I definitely have one of these AND an empty flask!

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