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Can We Guess Your Favorite Post-Teaching Cocktail?
Though not the oldest cocktail in history, the Old Fashioned stands as a time-tested and lasting staple. Your admiration of this whisky-and-sugar composition suggests your teaching finds roots in classical, proven traditions. Cheers!
Look, being a Rupert Holmes fan is not a prerequisite to liking Piña Coladas. But getting caught in the rain? You might be at least somewhat tolerant of that. This vacation standard tells us that your classroom is relaxed and inviting. It also tells us you’re big on tropical flavors—hey, can’t go wrong with coconut and pineapple. Bottoms up!
Some people see it as a hoity-toity classic; others consider it a low-brow party drink. But no matter how you view the margarita, there’s no questioning its versatility. As a teacher, it’s clear you can handle any situation with flexible teaching strategies that work for just about any situation. Raise a glass!
Long Island Iced Tea
The Long Island Iced Tea packs a boozy punch, and that’s because this drink has everything. Vodka, gin, rum, tequila, and triple sec—yeah, that ought to get the job done. But what does that alcohol hodgepodge say about your teaching? It says you carry an arsenal of pedagogical tools in your teacherly utility belt. No matter which lesson plan or classroom activity you need, you stand ready. Salut!
Tomato juice? With booze? It sounds like it shouldn’t work, but when you’re sipping on a Bloody Mary, everything is A-OK. And the best part? You get a toothpick-skewered snack atop your beverage. As a teacher, you may put up a tough exterior, but on the inside, you’re warm and friendly. Toast to the teacher!
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