Match Your Beer To Your Music
By Kat George
Corona – J-Lo, “Love Don’t Cost A Thing”
Realize you’re drinking the girliest excuse for beer on the market and openly mock yourself. Saying things like ‘oh it was the cheapest beer at the store, I don’t like it THAT much.’ Like it THAT much. Cook a big Mexican feast for all your friends to match your beer. Know that even though the vibe is chill now, you secretly just want to dance. Hope that your friends will start toe tapping if you play enough J-Lo songs. Play lots of J-Lo songs. Watch as toes start tapping. Head to the club and switch to tequila.
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