## I have drunk Pocari Sweat in Japan
I've seen that in vending machines on Japanese train stations
## I still have no idea what a Pocari is
I don't think I woudl like one to run up my trouser leg and bite me in the unmentionables...
This is not something I ever thought I'd learn on an electronics website: "Gin from juniper berries", but I did not know that. (No. I'm not saying this article doesn't belong, I think it fits here just fine)
I don't like Gin and have always thought if tasted like turpentine so I guess this explains it. Side question - do people even use turpentine anymore?
How about Burgundy for alcohol made from hamburger? That name's already taken, so maybe "Hamburgundy" would work.
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