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10 drinks that summed up Irish nightclubs in the 00s

“What colour WKDs do you have?”

1. Blue WKD

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Irish nightclub royalty.

2. Vodka Burn

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What was burn? And why didn’t anyone ever see it outside an Irish nightclub? Nobody knew.

Feel the burn.

3. Fat Frogs

Fat frogs!! Yeahh boiii!! #yummy #fatfrogs #flynns #pub😊😄😜

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4. Various colours of VK

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Usually on special.

5. Green Mickey Finns

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And when they said “sour green apple” they meant exactly that.

And even though it was fairly low down the alcohol percentage scales, places STILL served it in shot form.

6. Constant, never ending lines of jagerbombs

jagerbombs at 2pm Source: Dani P.L.

7. Bacardi Breezer

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Mixing it with a lemon alcopop to make your own boozy Rock Shandy was always welcomed.

8. Other random WKD flavours when they were out of blue

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Desperate times.

9. Anything could be mixed with Shark

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10. Goldschlager

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“You know the little gold flakes cut into ya a bit and make you get drunk faster”

^every night out, 2am.

Simpler times.

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David Elkin

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