We've all been there.  You are worshiping the porcelain God, and you say to yourself or maybe even out loud, "I'M NEVER DRINKING AGAIN."

I recently asked my listeners on our facebook page and on air, which alcohol made you sick and made you never want to drink again?

That sure got me thinking.  I've had some rough nights back in college with rum.  Most recently, a really bad night with Malibu rum, that I mixed with the coconut drink Bai.  Yikes, it went down so easy, and I barely moved the next day.  Schnapps was another tough one for me in college.  Cinnamon and root beer Schnapps seemed to be at every party I went to.   Under the category ridiculously stupid, my friends used to snort whiskey.  Yes, I tried it a few times.  Supposedly, it was suppose to get you hammered faster.  I can't say I noticed that, but I can't stand the smell or taste of whiskey today.  A drink that didn't make the top 11, but I see the Bismarck hockey Mom's drinking all the time is Fireball.  Of course I got talked into a few shots, but never again.  I like cinnamon but that stuff is like lighter fluid.  And, I'll never forget one of my girlfriends back in the day getting wasted on Sloe Gin and barfing all over the door on my truck.  It went down the window and inside the door.  I never could get the smell vomit out of that truck.  I didn't keep it long.

Well, enough on me, here are the top 11 drinks that caused our North Dakota listeners to hurl and say, "I'll never drink again!"

Top 11 Drinks That Make NoDak's Throw up.


 

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Do you remember the top album from the year you graduated high school? Stacker analyzed Billboard data to determine just that, looking at the best-selling album from every year going all the way back to 1956. Sales data is included only from 1992 onward when Nielsen's SoundScan began gathering computerized figures.

Going in chronological order from 1956 to 2020, we present the best-selling album from the year you graduated high school.

 

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