Vodka or Gin?!

Question: Vodka or Gin!?
Which can be more insulted by kids (ex Lemonade and Vodka!. Or Gatorade in Gin!?) I know its pathetic but should I be insulted by such poor taste!? I realize they are kids who only want to get smashed but why be so wasteful of!? It's like saying "hold the sex" and "give me a hug"!.
So which can be screwed up more!? Vodka or Gin!? I say Vodka because they don't know what Gin is yet!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Tequila for marga"Rita"!. Heh heh!Www@FoodAQ@Com

Lemonade and vodka isn't too far off from a vodka sour!.!.!.which is a real "grown up" drink!. So, in my opinion it's not as bad as Gatorade and gin!.!.!.which is a really awful version of gin and juice!. Trying to hydrate with electrolytes while dehydrating yourself with alcohol is really a rookie drinking tactic!. I think it is much worse!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I think vodka!. Gin is flavored by the juniper berry and all sorts of other delicious ingredients like orange peel!. Anyway, vodka is the opposite!. The goal in making it is to strip away the impurities!. I think that vodka and Red Bull for instance or a Yohoo! would suck!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Vodka tends to be cheaper than gin, so if you really wanna be snooty about it, complain about them wasting the gin!. By the way, GATORADE and GIN!? Horrible!. Just Horrible!. Gin is bad enough on its own, lol!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I've never known any kids drink Gin so Vodka I guess!. Gin is for hardcore depressed alcoholics, imo!. The teenagers haven't reached that stage yet!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Gin if I'm just in a drinking mood!.

Vodka if I want to get drunk!.

And mixture of both if I absolutely want to get plastered!.Www@FoodAQ@Com


patrone lolWww@FoodAQ@Com

I don't even understand the question…"which can be more insulted by kids"!?Www@FoodAQ@Com

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