10 Mixed-Up Stories About Margaritas!

| Right | February 21, 2021

Dear readers,

National Margarita Day isn’t until tomorrow, but we’ve decided to get a head start. Usually comprised of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice, this tasty treat first gained popularity during Prohibition in the USA, as Americans traveled to Mexico to get their hands on the good stuff. They can be served blended, on the rocks, or straight up, usually have salt on the rim, and are also popular in a variety of fun flavors.

You need to be of legal drinking age to enjoy a margarita, but people of any age can enjoy this roundup of 10 margarita stories that we’ve blended up!

 

You Know You’ve Had Too Much To Drink When… – Fun fact: Quatilia is actually an uncommon first name!

Em-bra-cing The Music – I’m glad there are no stories on this site about my adventures with margaritas… that I know of.

Be Careful What You Ask For, Part 5 – You know that feel when you smell alcohol and remember a time you almost died?

Allergic To Common Sense, Part 4 – Hey, life is short! A little shorter now…

You Can’t Drink Yourself Out Of This Problem – Do you have any idea how many drinks she’d have to sample?!

These Jokes Are Old Enough To Drink – Good thing this server is a good sport!

Only Mostly Dead – Thank God they didn’t make the drinks back in a kitchen somewhere!

Be Careful Driving In Margaritaville – You probably shouldn’t have served him the drink anyway, since he was getting his order to-go and was presumably about to leave… in a car.

A Dual Personality – If you can’t handle simple decision-making, maybe margaritas aren’t for you.

It Wouldn’t Tequila To Offer It – Hits from the comments: “Drive-thru margaritas — what could possibly go wrong with that?!”

 

We hope you enjoyed this Margarita-themed roundup! Want to send in your own story? Submit your story here!


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