I figured I’d write about my personal experiences with four loko, since this a four loko blog. I guess it would all have to start with the end of my senior year of college, at quad slam. The wonderful ladies of the womens hockey team were drinking this drink, which Courtney at first called “fow-er” instead of four. Anyway, it seemed innocent at the time. If I had known about this drink during my senior year of college, holy shit, who knows what would have happened. But, regardless, fast forward to beckyfest, and I buy my first four loko, which was blue raspberry. I was so excited to get loko, but sadly someone drank my four and crushed it (like my heart). I had tried joose and sparks, but I wanted to try the king of all kings, the champagne of alcoholic energy drinks. Needless to say, when I finally had four loko, my life became forever changed. I saw the loko, and fell in love. Was it destructive? Yes. Have I made better decisions? Probably. But there is something about four loko that I love and can’t deny. All the street fights, kicking, screaming, sloppy kisses, all the destructive decisions, drinking violations, and every other in between I can’t remember- have been totally worth it.
From what I have learned from four loko can be applied to any alcoholic drink in four easy rules:
1. Put your phone AWAY. 2. Stay away from anyone or anything that will upset you. 3. Don’t drink excessively. It never ends well 4. Don’t brown bag it. You will get an open container violation.
All in all, if you are going to drink four loko, be responsible. Which is stupid, because there is no way you can drink four and be responsible, but hey, you could try. Until next time—
First, thank you for visiting this lovely blog. We should probably tell you a little about why we are creating this blog, mainly to display our love for four loko- especially because after December 10th, we will not be able to get this great drink in the state of New York. We love New York, and we love four loko, why can’t they just get along? Is four loko really that bad? In this current economy, it is very cost effective. For $3, you can get the equivalent of 6 beers and 4 cups of coffee. I mean, so what that it makes you absolutely crazy— it’s called four loko for a fucking reason. It’s not fair that some people drink it irresponsibly and have more than 2 in one night, JUST SAYING. The only downside to a four is the hangover. It literally makes you feel like you got hit by a truck, then beaten by a bat, then curb stomped, and then after all of that, being hit by another truck. But is it worth it? Yes.
Anyway, we will write about our short but limited time with four loko— from what we can remember the morning after. Maybe there will be drunken four loko posts. We will post pictures of four loko’s that we find. Send us your four loko stories. Stay tuned, it will be a fun ride INDEED!