Happy Piña Colada Day! But don’t get caught out in the rain. Stay inside and peep these dank memes. Did I get that song playing in your head again? You know what song I’m talking about. The hook is basically a variation of my two lead sentences.
Well, just in case you don’t know what I’m talking about. I was referring to the Rupert Holmes 1979 ear-worm of a song called Escape. It’s basically for anyone who likes drinking piña coladas and getting caught in the rain. This song went viral before the internet existed:
Monday, July 10, 2017 is National Piña Colada Day in the good ole’ U.S of A. Sounds tasty. But what exactly is in a piña colada? And how do do you make one? Well, first off: this drink shouldn’t be consumed by anyone under the age of 21. There’s alcohol in there, kiddo!
Piña Colada Ingredients
- Rum (1 ounce)
- Coconut cream or coconut milk (1 ounce)
- Pineapple juice (3 ounce)
- May come with a pineapple wedge, maraschino cherry, or both
- Blended drink w/ ice (for frozen style)
Piña Colada Preparation
- Make sure to stir with ice until smooth
- Next pour your drink into a chilled glass
- Finally apply the garnish (pineapple wedge, maraschino cherry, both, etc.)
What To Know How To Get The “Piña Colada Song” Ear-Worm Out Of Your Head?
Sorry for giving you that ear-worm, folks. They’re very tricky to get rid of. But I know just the trick. In order to get rid of one ear-worm, you need to a new ear-worm to move in and kick that one out. You’ll still have an ear-worm, but it won’t be about the enjoyment/orgasmic bliss of drinking piña coladas and getting caught in the rain. But maybe…just…maybe…this ear-worm is much, much more vicious…
Of course, I couldn’t help but Rick Roll the world to kick off my Monday morning.