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What Should I Drink? Beer Edition (Flowchart)

In conjunction with the amazingly useful, humorous and insightful Sloshspot.com we’ve put together another flowchart to make your decision making that much easier.
Just in time for those wonderful Holiday parties, Eating The Road to the rescue. We figured you may need this one a bit more than the others seeing that you may be a little…ahh, under the influence. Due to that, please use this chart with caution and responsibility. If you have not heeded that advice there is always this wonderful video on how to hold your liquor and here is a list of hangover cures. Also, in maybe one of the most genius Holiday creations ever, here is a Scottish Advent Calendar.
You may also enjoy our other flowcharts:
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Chain Restaurant Edition
Cereal Edition
Freezer Aisle Edition
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Romanian pop star caught singing into wrong end of microphone on live TV

The hair was neatly coiffed and his T-shirt and waistcoat had been freshly pressed.

But this unfortunate pop singer gave himself away as a blatant lip-syncher within seconds by singing into the wrong end of the microphone on live TV.

The unnamed singer was appearing on Romanian music show 'Stele-sub-lupa' in a band called Jukebox.
Lead singer from Romanian pop band 'Jukebox'
Lead singer from Romanian pop band 'Jukebox' mimes through his appearance with the microphone upside down
Footage of his embarrassing error has become a huge hit on YouTube.
Happily unaware of his major faux pas, he continues to mime into the wrong end of the microphone while the female singers behind him dance and sing.
Male members of the band shuffle in the background as the well-groomed lead singer gestures and grins at the camera - unaware of the career suicide he is in the process of committing.
The band have just launched their first album of original material after having previously released two albums of covers of classic Romanian songs.
Despite last week's clanger the band are known for their live shows in their homeland.

Ugly corduroy skirt brings campus together

Rarely do fashion faux pas unite strangers for a cause. Well, unless it’s an episode of “What Not to Wear” and the cause is permanently disabling your mom’s wardrobe time machine. Annnyway, a student at New York’s Syracuse University managed to unveil his campus’ caring and accepting side with a simple, clever sign and a smile.
Syracuse junior Chris Pesto was strolling campus last month when he noticed two protestors holding signs that read, “Homosexuality is a sin, Christ can set you free.” Annoyed at the glaring hatred, Chris decided to start a counter protest because, in his words, “I decided that because this woman thought it was okay to make me feel uncomfortable in my home, I would retaliate and make her feel just as uncomfortable, if not more.”
Channeling his inner Stacey London, Chris took note of the protester's outfit, an ankle-length corduroy skirt (gasp!) topped off with a hoodie, and decided to fight fire with fashion. Breaking out the Sharpie, Chris created a sign reading “Corduroy Skirts are a Sin” and stood next the woman. Chris’ sign garnered a slew of chuckles and thumbs up, but, more importantly, drew a crowd of 100+ people who stood in support of gay rights.
Reflecting on the event in a Facebook Note, Chris wrote, “I never expected anybody to come stand by me and support and I appreciate it so much that everyone came! It meant so much and it proved to those ignorant people that we aren’t afraid, and we will put up a fight.”