Vodka stratocaster

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vodka stratocaster
vodka stratocaster

It puts the onion in the coconut or else it gets the hose again. This combination of ingredients is rougher and dirtier than a gibson, but still gets the job done. And I say, "job," because drinking these is definitely like work. But after many glasses of work, you get paid in the brain.

Type: booze (awesome)
Potency: 4
Level required: 6
Selling Price: 160 Meat.

(In-game plural: vodka stratocasters)
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Item number: 1581
Description ID: 936760207
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Still sm.gif olive bottle of vodka  
Fruitym.gif cocktail onion bottle of Definit  
Discomask.gif vodka gibson coconut shell
Equals.gif vodka stratocaster

When Consumed

You drink the vodka telecaster. Stratocaster. You can't remember if it was a telecaster or a stratocaster, but you do know it had a heart of onion and a kick like an ornery mule.
AdventuresYou gain 14-18 Adventures.
You gain 25-27 Strengthliness.
You gain 16-20 Cheek.
You gain 4 Drunkenness.


  • The first line of the description is a reference to the film The Silence of the Lambs, in which the serial killer Buffalo Bill was heard to tell one of his victims "It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again."
  • The final sentence of the description is from the They Might Be Giants song "Your Own Worst Enemy": "And after many glasses of work / I get paid in the brain."
  • The consumption text refers to the Jim Steinman song "Love and Death and an American Guitar": "I don't remember if it was a telecaster or a stratocaster, but I do remember that it had a heart of chrome and a voice like a horny angel." (A slightly different version of that song appears on Meat Loaf's "Bat Out of Hell II" album as "Wasted Youth.")
  • The name "Vodka stratocaster" is a play on the last stage's drink, vodka gibson. Gibson is another brand of guitar, in contrast to Fender.
  • "Stratocaster" and "Telecaster" are famous guitar styles made by Fender.
  • "Puts the onion in the coconut" may also be a reference to the song "Coconut" by Harry Nilsson: "Put the lime in the coconut, and drink 'em both up." This could be a sly response from the dev team to months of player bleating that there were limes and coconut shells but no way to put one in the other.


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