TMI Tuesday: August 12, 2014

Time for fun and cheesy pick up lines at TMI Tuesday Happy Hour


At the TMI Tuesday bar someone walks up to you and utters the following lines, Tell us how you would respond.

1. Would you like to fake an orgasm with me tonight?

2. Did you just fart because you are blowing me away?

3. You’re hot. I’m ugly. Let’s make average babies. (Would you accept?)

4. I’d like to kiss you passionately on the lips, then move up to your belly button.

5. You must work at Subway, ’cause you just gave me a footlong.

6. You look like a hard worker, I have an opening you can fill.

7. I don’t feel good, I think I need a shot of penis-illin.

8. If I told you I worked for UPS, would you let me handle your package?

Bonus:  Belly up to the bar. What’s your pleasure? Which one drink would you order and why?

Slippery Nipple
No one can miss the innuendo in this drink’s name. It is comprised of equal parts Bailey’s Irish Cream and butterscotch schnapps. There are many different drink names that start with ‘Slippery’, most contain either Bailey’s Irish Cream or butterscotch schnapps.

After Sex
This drink is made with vodka, crème de bananas, and orange juice.

Leg Spreader
Not for the faint of heart, there is nothing but liquor in this drink. It is made of four equal parts of nothing but alcohol: tequila, vodka, gin, and rum. Proceed with caution!

All Night Long
The inference in this name is probably what most people wish for, but one or two or these will have you passed out on the floor all night long. It contains sweet and sour mix, coconut rum, Kahlua, crème de cacao, and pineapple juice.

Sloe Comfortable Screw
There are many drinks that play upon the pronunciation of sloe gin—pronounced slow gin. The rest of the name is a pun on all the other ingredients as well, to create a name that is as suggestive as you could want. Sloe gin for ‘slow,’ Southern Comfort for ‘comfortable,’ and orange juice and vodka for ‘screw’—as in a Screwdriver.


How to play TMI Tuesday: Copy the above TMI Tuesday questions to your webspace (i.e., a blog). Answer the questions there, then leave a comment below, on this blog post, so we’ll all know where to read your responses. Please don’t forget to link to tmituesdayblog from your website!

Happy TMI Tuesday!

About TMI Tuesday blog

follow on twitter:
This entry was posted in TMI Tuesday and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

15 Responses to TMI Tuesday: August 12, 2014

  1. says:

    I like to have the ‘All Night Long’ drink!

  2. Atiya says:

    all night long!! the coconut and pineapple are my fave!!!

    up at midnight

  3. Pingback: TMI Tuesday: August 12, 2014: Happy Hour. | Solo Man Jack

  4. nero says:

    so… how did a guy answer some of these pick up lines? find out here:
    see also my bonus video, it’s kinda funny.

  5. Hedone says:

    Happy Hour … woo hoo!

    I must say I had fun with this TMI Tuesday, and it’s complete with photos:

  6. Virtual Sinner says:

    Ack! I missed it. I put it off trying of something good to say, then lost track of the day of the week. Well, I never did think of any snappy rejoinders.

    • That’s okay.

      What drink will you have and why?


      • Virtual Sinner says:

        For the most part, I drink Gin and Tonic, or beer.

        There’s a favorite among sailors going to Bermuda called the Dark and Stormy that I would like to try:

        2 ounces dark rum
        3 ounces ginger beer
        1/2 ounce lime juice

        Glass Type: Collins glass
        Combine the rum,* the ginger beer,** and the lime juice, which is optional, in a tall glass full of ice cubes. Stir. The key here is nailing the precise ratio between the spice of the ginger beer and the richness of the rum. Depending on brands of each used, you may want to play around with the proportions. No true Bermudian would put lime juice in his D & S, but here in the States that’s how it comes (perhaps the Moscow Mule has something to do with that). Frankly, we prefer it with the lime — but we’re not Bermudian, now, are we? In fact, we’ve never even been to the “still-vexed Bermoothes,” as Shakespeare calls ’em (sorry — couldn’t help slipping that in).

        From your list: After Sex.

Comments are closed.