April 17th, 2011 | 587 Entries

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  1. a alchoholic drink that gets people drunk. it can be mixed with other drinks to make mixed drinks. it is sold a liquor stores where you must be 21 years to buy it. it is used at parties, holidays, weddings, and other celebrations. whiskey is hard liquor and was usually drunk in the past days.

    By emily URL on 04.17.2011

  2. On his breath, it lingers. Cutting through the air in between them. She regards him with love, the whiskey, with contempt. It ruins him. It betrays her. It terrifies her. It ruins both of them. But there is nothing to be done, but love, and try to move forward.

    By Finch URL on 04.17.2011

  3. Whiskey is heaven to some and hell for others. It’s flavor is enhance with quality ingredients, proper brewing techniques and years in an oak barrel.

    By Will Wilson URL on 04.17.2011

  4. He grabbed the bottle of whiskey and walked right through the door. Where he went, I don’t know. But I miss him. The alcohol made him mean and rude, but I still loved him. Part of me wishes I ran after him that night, but part of me knew that I shouldn’t have to deal with that. Maybe I deserve better.

    By Olivia URL on 04.17.2011

  5. Drinkin’ whiskey out the bottle, not thinkin’ bout tomorrow, singin’ sweet home alabama all summer long…..

    By Just a Girl URL on 04.17.2011

  6. He drank the whiskey and cried. He cried and cried and cried. Because she was gone. He could hear her dress ruffling and her singing every once in a while, but he knew it was a lie. She was truly gone. Dead. Forever gone. He wouldn’t see her again.

    By Colleen on 04.17.2011

  7. we love to drink whiskey. it is a man drink. he always drink it when we go to bed, his breath always smells on wiskey, but I love it I don’t mind it.

    By bibi on 04.17.2011

  8. whiskey is one of those things i should probably like, but i don’t. because the smell is so over-whelming, and it reeks of how sick i feel after a night of drinking whiskey. mixing it with other things never helps, either. it adds this vomity taste to coffee, and overall, even though i know i shouldn’t hate it, i can’t help but surrender to my senses.

    By Mary on 04.17.2011

  9. Desire went down the boulevard thinking of the plot in her mind with such intensity she had not realized the subtly of how her environment was transforming into a realm so convoluted and destroyed. Soon she realized her error. Only then it was too late, in her heart she fled like a crow covered in ash, but the whiskey stain of her blood seeping through her heart kept her in destruction.

    By Oz Nolem URL on 04.17.2011

  10. whiskey? sigh. i’m a proud Muslim, and whiskey is prohibited in islam. well, to think again, there’s at least an obvious reason why it is prohibited in my religion. it brings more harm than benefits.

    By shiela on 04.17.2011

  11. I already wrote about this word. It had to do with warm, wild summer nights and drinking and laughing until you cry. Apple juice and whiskey go well together, don’t you think? Lady Gaga loves whiskey, and Rihanna sings about it. There’s something masculine and sexy about whiskey, like five o’clock shadows and the smell of a great, musky cologne.

    By Rachael on 04.17.2011

  12. Whiskey is a drink in which i see a lot of where i live, it isn’t tasteful or light it’s very rough around the edges and hard. It’s delicious none the less. But i guess old men like it more then young ladies.

    By Becky. URL on 04.17.2011

  13. Too much whiskey, and you’ll be signing “Somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds fly. And the dream that you dare to why oh why can’t I? One day I wish upon a star and wake up where the clouds are far behind me. Where troubles melt like lemon drops high above the chimney tops, that’s where you’ll find me.” This is what happens when I listen to that song and try to write.

    By Kate312 URL on 04.17.2011

  14. whiskey cola, pirates, the smell of it on some guys breath. the raw taste the bitterness the burn going down your throat. whisking you away to another place and time whiskey

    By Nat on 04.17.2011

  15. He sat upon the barstool with his big leather boots and a cowboy hat that nearly fell over his freckled face. With dimples creasing as he smiled, little Sam put his hand on the bar and asked the pretty barmaid for some whiskey. Of course, he was far too young for real alcohol, so she grabbed out some apple juice and poured it for him.

    By Ryciera on 04.17.2011

  16. whiskey, the burning liquid fire went down his throat, sending heat and energy into every nerve. The cold night was driven away, the pain of his wounds, the pain of his thoughts. They were all driven away.

    By Sheridan on 04.17.2011

  17. I like to use the word “whiskey” instead of “smile” when taking a picture, especially when it’s adults in the pose. It’s less childish somehow. What expressions do you use to take a picture? Hmmm. I wonder.

    By Charles on 04.17.2011

  18. My grandfather drank the best whiskey he could find, and nothing else. He always told me whiskey was the real man’s drink, and he refused to drink anything else. That is probably why I have always hated it so much-becuase he loved it.

    By kait on 04.17.2011

  19. whiskey. Retarded people like to shout “Whiskey!!” at the top of their lungs. Whiskeys is ok, I guess- I like rum better personally.I don’t really want to write about whiskey. There should be an alcoholic beverage that…umm….I was going to say is spicy, but I think those exist already

    By Kony URL on 04.17.2011

  20. alcohol drink which can provide you with a pleasure of life and gift you happy moments. i don’t like whiskey so i don’t drink it..

    By Ana on 04.17.2011

  21. alcohol. drunkenness. bar rooms bar room smashing. APUSH class. school. friends. family. travel. foreign exchange. oman. waiting.

    By emma on 04.17.2011

  22. whiskey gives him whiskers, like a kitten too tired to do anything but cuddle. and maybe suckle a bit on the bottle like a warm nipple.

    By Danielle on 04.17.2011

  23. One last shot won’t kill me. Does it even matter anymore? Whiskey lost it’s effects on me long ago. I don’t drink to get drunk. I drink out of habit, out of trying to forget all of the pain, misery that has seemed to plague my life.

    By Bryan URL on 04.17.2011

  24. whiskey in the jar; whiskey is brown and sunny, tastes bad and makes people vomit… however, it looks great in the light and if poured into great crystal glasses.

    By aejashi on 04.17.2011

  25. I was sitting there in my living room. It was dark. The only thing that was going on in the room was my depression worsening as the bottle got emptier. The light of the fire made me feel warm, but the whiskey made me feel cold.

    By Jeff on 04.17.2011

  26. There are tears in my eyes, burning in my throat. I don’t know why I do it to myself. But then I feel that stale numbness melt through me, the warmth taking away the pain and the need. And yes it hurts, but I enjoy it.

    By Emily URL on 04.17.2011

  27. drink drink drink, and it might just make everything alright. Hide behind the dark taste of whiskey, if you’re scared, nervous, sad, whatever, just have a bit to drink and maybe it’ll all be alright. you might just have more fun if you’re drunk anyways.

    By Jordan URL on 04.17.2011

  28. Warm liquid
    Held in the glass
    Iced just right
    Slides smoothly down my throat
    Killing the nerves
    Ending the tension for the moment
    Yielding to my whims.

    By Amy URL on 04.17.2011

  29. I think of my father…but not like you might think. My dad is not an abusive alcoholic, no. A few years ago he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and had to give up beer. Now he drinks Jameson with soda water every so often because it keeps his sugar down. He lets me have a sip if I want.

    By Alanna Fusco on 04.17.2011

  30. The whiskey burned as it went down her throat. Maybe it would burn away the numbness that she felt. How could this have happened? Why was it happening to her? Who was stalking her? Who was killing her friends? Why what had she done?

    By Becky on 04.17.2011

  31. Makes me feel happy like when listening to kings of leon who say there music is inspired by christian rock and Jack Daniel’s. Some how it seems contradictory but i like it none the less.

    By Grug on 04.17.2011

  32. ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Whiskey is disgusting. I’ve never tasted it nor do I ever plan to. I think all liquor is pointless and disgusting. I think drinking in general is a bad idea unless you can do it in moderation, and the second it gets out of hand, it needs to be stopped entirely. There are wayyyy too many alcoholics in the world, so alcohol should just be illegal.

    By Jared on 04.17.2011

  33. the whiskey (s)he drank burned all the way down
    yet (s)hee continued to empty the bottle
    oblivious to the day or time
    only craving that fix his(er) body needed so badly

    By she53lly URL on 04.17.2011

  34. That’s the way he always came home. Whiskey was his escape, though I always saw it as a weakness. He never dealt with his problems, decided that drinking was an easier way out, that maybe if he got drunk his life would be a dream and one day he would wake up and everything would be okay. When I tell people about this, they often stare at me with disbelieving eyes, wondering why I was involved with such a man. I never really had an answer for this – why didn’t I leave? It would have been simple enough to just walk out the door, suitcase in hand, but I didn’t.

    By Ella on 04.17.2011

  35. His breath was tainted with the scent of stale whiskey and forgotten promises. The promise to put down the bottle forever was one that he had soon forgotten. And so was the promise of faith in a God above who watched over his family, when his youngest son was killed in a brutal fight. He cared no more about what the punishment might be for drowning his sorrows in whiskey and cheap wine.

    By Anonymous on 04.17.2011

  36. It was not often . Not often at all that she witnessed the sighr. Everynight she went out dancing, it was her release. His was of a different form. A liquid. A liquid that nearly killed him

    By sarah on 04.17.2011

  37. a drink that contains a lot of alcohol. people in books like to drink it a lot to solve problems of distant pasts. i think of some old guy with a brown beard and mustache drinking away in a bar somewhere. maybe a hillbilly, maybe not

    By Lisa on 04.17.2011

  38. Ah, whiskey. A pleasant, sometimes daily experience for the rich; a gift worth millions to the poor. So what is so great about whiskey? Well it gets you drunk, which is what most gullible businessmen do when they fail to get a good contract in on time.

    By Shodai24 URL on 04.17.2011

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    By boo on 04.17.2011

  40. whiskey and ginger, whiskey and sour, whiskey with ice and whiskey on it’s own. I always thought only men drank whiskey but it’s not about gender, it’s about personality and what you want.

    By ennabeatriz URL on 04.17.2011