(Southern Culture on the Skids)
The song "Liquored Up and Laquered Down" is a paean to big hair, booze, and white trash culture, but all this is lost on my daughter. She simply likes the song's danceable beat, sing-a-long lyrics, and vibrant mariachi horns.
The band's website contains recipes that showcase some of the culinary gems of trailer park cuisine. Incluced is the following drink recipe:
- One part Tequila
- Two parts Mountain Dew
- Put it in a big ol' cup, forget the salt.
- If you want a frozen one, hit the 7-11 and get plain Slurpee ice first, then mix equal parts Slurpee, Dew & tequila.
Also known as the White Trash Margarita.
Here's a video for "liquored Up and Laquered Down" that uses clips froma movie called Sordid Lives. I'm not familiar with the move, but contains cross dressers, bars, Southern drawls, and Beau Bridges, so it's right up my alley. Enjoy.