Fluids & Solids
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The cocktail known as the Frankie Worrell is not only very tasty but is known to break the ice at parties especially if the making of it goes disastrously wrong - this result is known as an explosion of Frankiejism! You need to start with a long glass into which you put a little ice - just one or two cubes. Then you pour in a measure of dark rum, one of golden rum and one of white rum, to this you add a dash of lime cordial, then the fun starts. You grasp the bottle of ginger ale, take the top off and place your thumb firmly over the top, you then shake the bottle so the pressure builds up - then you carefully allow a fine jet of ginger ale to shoot into the rum/lime mix - this causes it to froth up. When you are satisfied that you have enough ginger ale in your glass and while it is still frothy you down the whole thing. Then you apologise to everyone around you that you have covered with frankiejism and ask the barman for another. This drink can be found in a few locations in Surrey - it also used to be available in Ronnie Scott's 2 in Birmingham - this missionary work was carried out by a Geezer who is also a member of the Surrey Temperance Society.
You will need:
1 small glass
1 bottle of Cointreau
1 large intake of air
Plenty of space
Firstly make sure there is nothing/no-one breakable within your body's length in all directions.
Then pour one shot of Cointreau in the glass.
Do not add ice
Put the Cointreau bottle down a safe distance away from you
Pour the Cointreau into your mouth and put glass with the Cointreau bottle
Begin to swish the Cointreau around your mouth like mouthwash
After a few rotations you will begin to feel a faint, but not unpleasant, burning sensation on your gums and your tongue
Continue to swish as this sensation grows in intensity and spreads over your face and behind your eyes
When, and only when, the burning sensation becomes a little too much - tip your head back but do not swallow yet
Begin to gargle with the Cointreau
That same, but still not unpleasant, burning sensation will then start to build at the back of your throat
When, and only when, this burning sensation becomes a little too much - swallow the Cointreau and immediately suck a large amount of air in through your mouth.
After a split second you will experience one of the most fantastic feelings you could hope for.
This feeling could be accompanied by any or all of the following:
Swearing, whooping with joy, watering eyes, mouth clutching, falling over.
All of the above are perfectly normal and just add to the overall enjoyment factor - for you and/or observers.
Do Not Be Afraid - Try It - You Will Love It!
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