List Rules Any alcoholic beverage that you used to drink in your younger years because you thought it tasted good. . . but actually, yuck.
A young adult's first encounter with alcoholic beverages comes with a painful realization: alcohol doesn't taste very good. We all remember discovering our genius tricks for getting drunk on something sweet - and we all remember learning that they weren't so genius after all. Most teens drinks were actually pretty gross. From fortified wines to cream liqueurs, our collective hangovers have spoken: bad, bad idea. And now, we realize the ironic truth, that these drinks were the disgusting ones all along.
This list includes some of the biggest alcohol mistakes young people, especially underage teenagers, can make as they try to figure out drinking. Vote for the grossest drinks you'll never touch again, and add whatever we've missed! Be sure to be as specific as possible.
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Everything You Could Find Mixed Together Smirnoff, peach schnapps, Mountain Dew. Perfect.
MD 20/20 The telltale signs that someone has been drinking MD 20/20: their mouths are bright blue, and they are running around, screaming, trying to find something to smash.
Smirnoff Ice In commercials, trendy adults at music festivals drink Smirnoff Ice. In reality, teenage girls fall asleep in a bathtub after drinking Smirnoff Ice.
Flavored Vodka Marshmallows and whipped cream are great on hot chocolate, not great with vodka.
JenniferGarnick added Boones
Malibu Rum The liquor of choice for all high schoolers.
Jägermeister Bonus if you paired this with Red Bull for Jäger bombs.
Schnapps No matter what flavor. Always regrettable.
Bailey's Irish Cream Alcohol that tastes like candy is something that you quickly learn is a bad thing.
Hypnotiq The Q is a bad sign.
chrystal-thompson-pippin added Zima
Four Loko Four Loko used to be an alcoholic energy drink, until somebody pointed out the fact that that is the worst combination imaginable and the energy drink component was discontinued. Thankfully, Four Loko hasn't compromised quality, ...