What drinks --besides beer-- do you order when going to a sporting event or concert?!?!

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    Jun 02, 2014 6:35 PM GMT
    I recently went to a concert and they didn't have any mixed drinks. I hate the taste of beer. I don't mind a straight shot of vodka, but I'm used to red wine. My friend scored tickets at a football stadium in NJ and I def want to have a drink.

    Any recommendations?
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    Jun 02, 2014 6:41 PM GMT
    can u bring a water bottle full of vodka? perhaps a flask?

    wine at a sporting even might be a little odd, but if it's available i'd go for it.
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    Jun 02, 2014 6:46 PM GMT
    Import saidcan u bring a water bottle full of vodka? perhaps a flask?

    wine at a sporting even might be a little odd, but if it's available i'd go for it.


    Haha I wish Import! I doubt they'd let it in. They have metal detectors at Ranger games and at concerts they pat you down -- I'm talking about feeling my inner thigh near my groin area and they did it to everyone.
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    Jun 02, 2014 6:49 PM GMT
    woodsmen saidWater with ice!


    I rarely drink Woodsmen, the same way I typically reserve unhealthy foods for special occasions (eating out with friends or family) I feel the same way about alcohol -- plus I'm funny and very happy when I have a slight buzz.

    I can count on two hands the amount of days I've had a drink in a year. That's why I'm asking for recommendations. A friend gave me a blue moon beer once and I didn't mind it, but I doubt they'll have that there.
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    Jun 02, 2014 6:51 PM GMT
    I mostly drink fizzy water nowadays, but for you what about cider? Is it popular in the US? You can get some amazing ciders in the UK nowadays.
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    Jun 02, 2014 6:51 PM GMT
    AnOriginal said
    Import saidcan u bring a water bottle full of vodka? perhaps a flask?

    wine at a sporting even might be a little odd, but if it's available i'd go for it.


    Haha I wish I doubt they'd let it in.

    would u consider "pre-gaming" and getting drunk out in the parking lot before headed into the venue?

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    Jun 02, 2014 6:53 PM GMT
    Import said
    AnOriginal said
    Import saidcan u bring a water bottle full of vodka? perhaps a flask?

    wine at a sporting even might be a little odd, but if it's available i'd go for it.


    Haha I wish I doubt they'd let it in.

    would u consider "pre-gaming" and getting drunk out in the parking lot before headed into the venue?



    I would ^_^ tipsy not drunk -- I'd never allow myself to be a mess in public.
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    Jun 02, 2014 6:53 PM GMT
    AnOriginal said
    woodsmen saidWater with ice!


    I rarely drink Woodsmen, the same way I typically reserve unhealthy foods for special occasions (eating out with friends or family) I feel the same way about alcohol -- plus I'm funny and very happy when I have a slight buzz.

    I can count on two hands the amount of days I've had a drink in a year. That's why I'm asking for recommendations. A friend gave me a blue moon beer once and I didn't mind it, but I doubt they'll have that there.

    dont u love ppl that are "holier than thou" and completely disregard your request about drinks because they dont feel as if u should be doing that. You should do what they do and their way is the only and best way.. icon_rolleyes.gif

    You asked specifically about what drinks u could bring in regarding alcohol and dude responds with "water and ice" icon_neutral.gif


    thanks for nothing!
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    Jun 02, 2014 6:55 PM GMT
    AnOriginal said
    Import said
    AnOriginal said
    Import saidcan u bring a water bottle full of vodka? perhaps a flask?

    wine at a sporting even might be a little odd, but if it's available i'd go for it.


    Haha I wish I doubt they'd let it in.

    would u consider "pre-gaming" and getting drunk out in the parking lot before headed into the venue?



    I would ^_^ tipsy not drunk -- I'd never allow myself to be a mess in public.

    well whatever, I'm sure you're a big boy and u know what u can and can't handle.

    will u be tailgating?
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    Jun 02, 2014 7:58 PM GMT
    Rum and coke would be easy to drink during the game. There's probably also someone selling wine (but I get too drunk on a glass of wine).
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    Jun 02, 2014 8:28 PM GMT
    My fav was always Patron Margaritas.
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    Jun 03, 2014 1:24 AM GMT
    Import said
    AnOriginal said
    Import said
    AnOriginal said
    Import saidcan u bring a water bottle full of vodka? perhaps a flask?

    wine at a sporting even might be a little odd, but if it's available i'd go for it.


    Haha I wish I doubt they'd let it in.

    would u consider "pre-gaming" and getting drunk out in the parking lot before headed into the venue?



    I would ^_^ tipsy not drunk -- I'd never allow myself to be a mess in public.

    well whatever, I'm sure you're a big boy and u know what u can and can't handle.

    will u be tailgating?


    Thanks for your other comment Import -- you get it ^_^

    I won't be tailgating. If I go tailgating it's with my aunt, uncle, and cousins from Alabama --they know how to tailgate-- GO AUBURN!!!

    Being completely honest I enjoy watching games, but sometimes I'd rather be playing football, baseball, or stickball -- I miss being a kid and playing in the neighborhood, although I still get carded lol.