Help the alcohol n00b? How to drink lemon Ruski?

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  1. arrow224

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    I am a n00b because I don't drink alcohol. At all. My friends gave me a Lemon Ruski for my birthday (as a tease) 8 months ago, and I still haven't touched it.

    I was thinking of drinking it tonight, NYE.

    Knowing nothing about alcohol, do I simply drink it out of the bottle, or something else?

    And yes, before any trollers, this thread is serious. I have no F*&!ing idea about alcohol and its consumption.
     
  2. Nvidiot

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    Open bottle.

    Say : I am a noob

    Drink

    Act like fool

    ?????

    Profit!
     
  3. HumbleBum

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    In b4 op passes out after 1 ruski @ 8.30pm

    For instructions, see above..
     
  4. Seith

    Seith R.I.P.

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    Mix it with something..? Lemonade..?
     
  5. FiShy

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    Lets add more lemonade to something that's already 98% lemonade.
     
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    this is pretty much all you have to do
     
  7. kingjam

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    1. Throw Lemon Ruski in garbage
    2. Buy bottle of Champagne, something French
    3. Drink it all
    4. Become a statistic :D
     
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    Acquire lemon, salt, ruski.

    Place salt on hand.

    Lick salt.

    Scull ruski.

    Eat lemon.

    Added points for leaving the skin on the lemon and eating it whole.

    Repeat.
     
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  9. Seith

    Seith R.I.P.

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    Oh I didn't know it was premix. I only drink beer ;)
     
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    Ruski is a girls drink.

    Man up.

    drink straight from bottle. No need for a straw or umbrella. :lol:
     
  11. _Dan_

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    A Lemon Ruski goes down nice and easy, even if it's your first drink. And drinking just one, you won't feel much drun...ken-nes..s.. :)
    Oh, and whack it in the fridge now, so it's not at room temp.
     
  12. Stooge007

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    drink chilled
     
  13. rush

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    I'm not much of a drinker myself.

    You can always see how much alcohol there is in a drink. The bottle will show you as a percentage. The lower the percentage, the more likely that the drink is meant to be be drunk without adding anything to it.

    For example, a Ruski probably has around 5% alcohol. So drink it without adding anything to it. Just make sure it is chilled. You can add ice and it wont matter either. Just like drinking a regular soft drink.

    A Ruski is probably a good way to introduce someone to alcohol as it is very easy to drink - tastes just like a soft drink really.

    Be careful and have fun. If you have never drunk before then you may feel a buzz from one drink.
     
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    Don't chug down 5 lemon Ruskis straight away either (they are that easy to drink) else you will throw up and be very sick.

    For your first time drinking, drink 2-3 drinks an hour and stop once you start falling into walls.
     
  15. arrow224

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    OK, thanks people. I appreciate your support, even if it is corny.
     
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    1 ruski wont even get u tipsy unless you skull it or you have the body type of a 12y.o. girl,

    if you weight between 70-90kgs you will probably need at least 5-8 to get you on your way

    drink it then whatever else is on offer is my opinion

    shit i got a slab of Crownies there for tonight and if i manage to get through that a bottle of scotch :p

    and i don't want to hear any BS about binge drinking, alcohol is not the problem fuckwit bogans and sporting clubs (mainly Aussie rules football) that cause all the problems. pack mentality wins every time
     
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    With no tolerance at all, one ruski will take you to new heights.

    Also, binge-drinking = bad.
     
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    Strong Assumption.. :wired: I think you find it is 'all types' that cause alcohol related violence.

    Also your in Ballarat.. the bogan capital of victoria, trust me, I lived there for 15 years and have to visit family.

    Its bogan central. :lol:
     
  19. Foos

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    to drink a Lemon Ruski, don't you have to pretend its about 2001?

    cripes they still sell those.
     
  20. HumbleBum

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    Sub Zero FTW! (Circa 1994)
     
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