Ever wonder how much vodka can go into a Jell-O shot without it falling apart or how much you can add before it stops tasting good? My Science Project has all the answers you could want.
If you love Jell-O shots, then you’re sure to be mystified and amazed by the amazing handiwork done on My Jello Americans. The entire point of the blog is to concoct impressive, tasty and beautiful Jell-O shots. Anyone who can perfect the strawberry lemonade ones is most certainly invited to my next party.
Ever wonder what the grossest cocktails in the world are? Wonder no more, but be prepared to puke plenty more. By the way, if you like the post, please share it with your friends or give it a thumbs up on StumbleUpon. Thanks.
Most Jell-O shots look generic and taste like rubbing alcohol. I thought I did quite well when I made delicious raspberry watermelon Midori Jell-O in a brain mold from Neatorama, but I’ve got nothing on these artistic beauties seen on My Jello Americans. The one above, titled Let Sleeping Gnomes Lie, includes graham crackers, green food dye, chocolate mushrooms, vodka and Mexican drink mix amongst other ingredients. The result is a Jell-O shot that’s almost a shame to eat…almost.
If you love girly drinks like I do, you’ll be thrilled about these cute and tasty gummi shot glasses. They’ll be a great thing to bring along to your St. Patrick’s day party, even if they aren’t exactly an ideal compliment to whiskey.
Quote of the Day:
“Our incomes are like our shoes; if too small, they gall and pinch us; but if too large, they cause us to stumble and to trip.” -John Locke
Fact of the Day:
In Babylon, beer was rationed according to a person’s social standing – those high in society such as high priests, were allotted five litres of beer per day. –Source
The feasts of Caprotinia, a Roman celebration of female slaves. How fun!
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Have some delicious and pretty Jell-O shots while punishing yourself for owning female slaves.