At some point, you've probably gotten the home bar bug. You know, you feel compelled to go to the liquor store and get a box of stuff so you can make drinks at home for you and your friends. It's an intense urge many of us feel after college, and unless you have trouble controlling yourself, it can be a great thing to have around. In this article we will talk about coming up with a smart approach to your bar and then stocking the essentials.
Vinyl records are back! You probably knew that. If you haven't started a record collection of your own but are about to give it a try, here's 7 Keys To Starting A Badass Record Collection.
It might seem a little obvious for most people, but after a recent Netflix and Chill gone wrong, some basics need to be laid down. If you've got a Chill coming up and you are the host, look through this short list and make sure you've got your shit together. Get it together!
Chipotle is bae. You know it's true. In an effort to get you the best information possible, we consulted a nameless insider at our favorite restaurant chain for all you need to know.
1. Know what costs extra. Chipotle is not one to nickel-and-dime. They only charge extra for meat and guacamole. There is no charge for extra: tortillas, rice, beans, sour cream, cheese, or salsas.
2. Fill up your bowl. If you're going to see a refrigerator wherever you're going next, fill up your bowl. Always ask for a to-go lid so that you can take your Second Chipotle home for a bonus late-night round.
3. Get two tortillas for your burrito. When you show up at the front of the line, ask for two tortillas only half-way overlapping (see: Image 1) with double rice and double beans. This gets you twice the burrito for the same price. Not kidding!
It's all fine and good to say "just drink less" but at the end of the day if you're set on the idea of having a few drinks, you should at least consider these 11 Ways To Outwit Your Hangovers.