If You Must Drink Tequila
Do it as I do, in dreams. It is served to me by one Fred Siegel, who is a highly successful retailer of crap, mostly low-end household items like pencils, pens, notepads for little kids.
Fred likes to throw big parties on the cheap, in public parks in summertime. They are like picnics, with lots of rummaging over rough terrain to get to the picnic tables. There the shots of tequila are set out, a single green grape in each, never a worm nor an olive.
Little cups made of thin paper, the kind that they used to use to administer oral vaccines back in the day.
You are allowed to drink as many as you want. I often spill mine, as no one else does. This gives rise to a certain general resentment aimed at me for wasting.
After all, these people are by no means my friends.