The ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Guide to Eating and Drinking
Let's kick things off with a glass of wine in a can…
It's surprisingly simple:
Siphoned from a boxed, of course:
Best of all, it's discreet!
And really helps you calm down:
Time for shots!
Did someone say Shotgun Shot? Now things are getting crazy…
Let's get back to drinking…
How about a spontaneous trip to the beach? Don't forget tequilla in a sunscreen bottle…
Chased with actual sunscreeen…
On the way home, we'll grab some steaks at Dave and Busters:
Just don't use Charlie Kelly's steak knife:
Finally, it's time for a game of flip-cup:
The loser has to eat an eraser:
Watch yourself while pumping that keg, bro!
And don't drink too much or you'll get terrible ideas like this:
OK? Now let's relax with a few beers:
Maybe change things up a little bit:
Since we're drinking outside, it's time for the poolside Chinese food:
Don't go overboard:
If you need a late night snack after all that boozing, there's always cat food, beer, and glue:
Or Hot Pockets…
A word of wisdom when eating Hot Pockets:
And please try to avoid pears as much as possible:
For lunch, we suggest a “Grilled Charlie”
Or perhaps a rum ham:
Especially during an afternoon at sea:
If you're having a night in with your best buddy, bring pizza and beer:
Hopefully he shows up:
Drown those sorrows with a keg-stand:
If you want to beef up and cultivate some mass…
Just carry around trash bag full of Mexican food:
You did it to yourself, Bro!
If Mexican isn't your thing and you're really starving, there's always handsoap and toilet water:
Or cat food:
Or a nice egg:
Spaghetti is good…
Because you can take it anywhere…
And what's a trip to Philly without a cheesesteak?
In case of a zombie apocalypse, you can always resort to cannibalism:
Or maybe just monkey:
Get that taste out of your mouth…
Foulness. Time to chill out…
Let's end with a toast to the greatest It's Always Sunny meal of all time: Milksteak and “the finest” jellybeans.