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A Texas man is under arrest for selling alcohol under the guise of it being a medicinal tonic…it’s life-healing benefits, however, might be contested by the dead rattlesnakes preserved in every bottle.

Unfortunately, medicine, beverage, or crazy snake potion, it’s not legal to sell alcohol without a license.

vodka.jpg + snake.jpg = $$$
It’s a brilliant plan, really

I love how the article describes the process through which this man makes the “medicine” (cheap vodka and a snake) and then describes how it tastes, followed by a quote from the man explaining how he’d never seen anyone actually drink it.

Well somebody must have on the writing staff, or we’d never know that it tasted like cough medicine (Which is funny to me because I think every alcohol tastes like cough medicine. He could have left the poor snakes out of it as far as I’m concerned).

Man…I’ll never know what possesses people to want to have anything to do with a liquid containing a dead, venomous creature.

6 Responses to “No…it’s a medicine, I promise!”

  1. on 27 Mar 2008 at 5:08 pm GOD

    dang that sounds delishos i want one

  2. on 31 Mar 2008 at 4:54 pm Jacques

    Shouldn’t that be,

    1) Booze+Rattlesnake
    2) ?
    3) Profit

    out of respect for the Underpants Gnomes?

  3. on 04 Apr 2008 at 5:53 pm Chiemisa

    They sell something like this in the south of Japan in Okinawa, it really is meant to be good for you.

  4. on 09 Apr 2008 at 8:00 pm clangnuts

    Is that how the rattlesnake dies? Not such a bad way to go I suppose.

  5. on 22 Jul 2008 at 3:41 am Shell

    They actually sell this in vietnam, its supposed to be an aphrodisiac

  6. on 19 Aug 2008 at 11:02 pm Texas Medical

    Great information! Thanks for writing this. It is an honor to participate in the discussion.

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