A Pimp Named Slickback

Funny name for a cocktail but if you drink it and strut around you might feel like a pimp.

Feel like A Pimp Named Slickback with this cocktail.

A Pimp Named Slickback Ingredients

A Pimp Named Slickback Drink Recipe

  1. combine all parts in a goblet with a sugared rim
  2. hold up to light and swirl contemplatively

Non Sequitur

The word pimp first appeared in English in 1607 in a Thomas Middleton play entitled Your Five Gallants. It is believed to have stemmed from the French infinitive pimper meaning to dress up elegantly and from the present participle pimpant meaning alluring in dress seductive. Pimp used as a verb, meaning to act as a pimp, first appeared in 1636 in Massinger's book, The Bashful Lover.[2] In the 18th and 19th centuries, the term was commonly used to refer to informers.[3] A pimp can also mean "a despicable person".[4] The term can also be applied to a person who is considered a ladies' man.[2]

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