With the Oscars rapidly approaching, FM brings you drinks to last from the first red carpet stiletto to the end-of-show Best Picture reveal. Much like this year’s nominated films, these drinks might just make you question where you came from and whether you will ever find love.
They are both quintessential February experiences. Don't slip and fall... in love!
What do they have in common? Both involve white men reluctantly acquiescing to desegregation.
At room temperature, this element has high liquidity. It’s atoms are unstable until they acquire electron(ic dance music). Not looking for a long-term bond with any other element, but does exhibit an affinity for salmon pants. This element has several isotopes due to its propensity for making capital gains.
A standard-fare element. While usually basic and not particularly reactive, this element is necessary for sustaining life (and fulfilling graduation requirements). Our scientists were surprised by a few isolated samples that were off-the-charts more exciting than the others. Perhaps we need to overhaul how we think about this element?
Atomic Number: 5. Chemical Symbol: B. A solid metalloid found in the Earth’s crust. Unremarkable, except for the fact that high concentrations have been detected in recent issues of the Harvard Lampoon, a semi-secret Sorento Square organization that used to publish a so called humor magazine.
I slid my hand to my holster and introduced the big one on the right to my dear friend. His name’s Magnum, and he’s got one hell of a right hook. I must be getting old, though, because before Magnum could acquaint himself with the second bruiser I found myself flat on my back seeing stars. I guess it’s true what they say: Love hurts.