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What's your choice of alcohol when watching the Panthers get beat down?

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You make fun of people's taste in beer while drinking Budweiser? Cool story.

For the record I think it tastes like crap but its cheap and high in alcohol and the taste doesn't bother you much when you're swallowing the thing whole.

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Get you some pinnacle or smirnoff vodka

Get you some mango or pina colada drink mix

Get you some mixed fruit, preferably pineapples, strawberrys, and mangos

Get you some crushed ice

Get you a blender

Mix it up real good, pour it in a cup, get you a straw, and there you go...how to cope with the Panthers losing.

You forgot the little umbrella. Can't forget that, bro.

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If you are already drunk by happy hour... You might be a Panthers fan.

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At the cowboys game, I pretty much had absolute/7 up and Jell-O shots ( hey they were strong lol).

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Boilermakers

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Cheap gin and expensive beer.

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Some weeks you just know the Panthers are going to lose and going to lose bad. 2010, it was pretty much every game. Now in 2012, it's the same feeling. 1-5 joke of an NFL franchise Panthers vs. best defense in the NFL 5-1 Bears.

Usually stick to beer but I'll have some Knob Creek whiskey available for when things get really bad.

I suggest a mixture of arsenic and radiator fluid for some of you. It is embarrassing how sad our fanbase has become. Lol

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