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- n. Plural form of collins.
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Classics ruled, from martinis to Old-Fashioneds thanks, Don Draper, as did creative takes on collinses and fizzes.
She’d told me one night, after a sprint of margaritas and a ten-mile run of vodka collinses, that she wore the chain to break up her symmetry, that before the adornment she could draw a line down her center and not tell her good half from her bad.
I drove to the poolroom on Main Street, sat in the coolness of the bar under the wood-bladed fans, and drank three vodka collinses until I felt the rawness of yesterday’s whiskey go out of my chest and the tuning fork stop trembling inside me.