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Tipsy Pops

Lollypops that change color to indicate how much you've had to drink.
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Green means you're okay, but as it starts getting redder you might want to call a cab.

The stick might have a graph to compare colors with the safety / danger rating of each indicated in writing but I don't think that would be totally necessary. Green you're sober, yellow you're buzzed, red you're drunk.

Every bar should have a jar of these to hand out for free. Make drunk driving tests friendler too.

doctorremulac3, Sep 05 2023

Green= sober / yellow= buzzed / orange= drunk / red= faced. https://www.etsy.co...EAQYCCABEgIajfD_BwE
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       "You can't catch me, officer; I have a half-sucked green wine gum in my cheek for this very purpose. Where did it go?"
pertinax, Sep 06 2023

       A thin coating of candy over the popsicle stick dissolves and reveals the indicators on the stick itself, like litmus paper. Comes in vodka, tequila, and bourbon flavors. "Yo Marty, have another, you're already buzz-f*ucked. It don't matter now."
minoradjustments, Sep 06 2023

       Simple way to do this with an off the shelf lollypop, tell them: "This lollypop will predict if you're going to crash driving home." If they believe you and put it in their mouth they're drunk.
doctorremulac3, Sep 06 2023

       A big drunken bun from the resident addict/alcoholic. (recovering still)
blissmiss, Sep 08 2023

       Hey Blissy, you're not alone. Used to be in the "drink till drunk- repeat" club myself.
doctorremulac3, Sep 08 2023


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