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  • Later, he watched as she sat down with a bottle of booze and "gagged and drank, Drank and gagged."

    The Bard of Berkeley

  • What We Drank (7/22/09) "What We Drank" is back after a one-week hiatus (caused purely by my hectic travel schedule).

    What We Drank

  • What We Drank (7/22/09) "What We Drank" is back after a one-week hiatus (caused purely by my hectic travel schedule).

    The New York Cork Report

  • This week's What We Drank is pretty diverse, with a couple New York wines, a classic chardonnay from Burgundy and one of least-flavorful beers in the world.

    LENNDEVOURS:

  • This week's What We Drank is pretty diverse, with a couple New York wines, a classic chardonnay from Burgundy and one of least-flavorful beers in the world.

    What We Drank

  • This week's What We Drank is pretty diverse, with a couple New York wines, a classic chardonnay from Burgundy and one of least-flavorful beers in the world.

    What We Drank (6/23/09)

  • Drank is a new "anti-energy drink," designed to, er, "slow your roll."

    Boing Boing

  • Not content with following the herd of energy drinks, Drank is the antithesis of such products, claiming to be "the anti-energy drink" whose slogan is "slow your roll."

    Meet Drank, The Anti-Energy Drink - The Consumerist

  • The name Drank has roots in Houston's hip-hop scene; "purple drank" is a slang term for an illegal concoction that mixes codeine syrup with soft drinks or alcohol.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • The name Drank has roots in Houston's hip-hop scene; "purple drank" is a slang term for an illegal concoction that mixes codeine syrup with soft drinks or alcohol.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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