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The liquor ban starts on May 12, a Sunday. But for bar regulars the 12 midnight deadline is just the middle part of their night and they’ll probably want to drown more of their sorrows. For that, Gamemaster Ari predicts 8 ways they’ll keep drinking even after the liquor ban takes effect.








8. Hide it


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Use a soda can cover over your beer cans.

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7. Fake it


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Transfer your vodka into water bottles. Or, if you're concerned about the plastic, pour your long island iced tea into a Sola glass bottle.

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6. Spike it


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Put one or two shots of Kahlua into your Starbucks frap. Or, transform your regular fruit shake into a daiquiri by adding some rum and lime or calamansi.

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5. Eat it


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Make your very own rum balls but don’t bake the rum!

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4. Dip it


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Linger around your nearest street food vendor and use fishballs or isaw as an excuse to use basi or tuba as your "special" vinegar.

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3. Go to a virgin island


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Go to Google Earth and look for island #7001, it hasn’t been named yet. Find the nearest fishing village and rent a small boat for a long weekend away from the Boracay crowd. Make sure to come back in time to cast your vote.

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2. Use your BPO accent


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Pretend to be a tourist from Scotland, Indonesia, or Thailand. Get a fake passport just for show. And, drink at your casino of choice.

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1. Try quitting


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Alcohol abuse in the country is an underplayed social problem. We are the 2nd largest consumers of alcohol in Southeast Asia. It may be a good time to try sobering up.

But you know, when all these exciting tasks fail, you can always call up your friends and just drink privately in the comfort of your home.

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Gamemaster Ari


Ari Bancale is a scientist at heart, an artist in mind, a beach bum online, and a gamer in theory. He loves food, the great outdoors, and most especially, food in the great outdoors. He dreams of making the Philippines more fun by building the biggest Filipino brand of awesome games.



 


Ari has 8 pairs of shoes, joined 7 university organizations, sleeps 6 hours a day, speaks 5 languages, trained in 4 martial arts, holds 3 academic degrees, can juggle 2 balls in one hand. And, he is still looking for the 1 he can call his significant other.



 


He's @gamemasterARI on Twitter and gamemaster2.0 on Facebook.

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