After pouring a shot of liquor, one drinks straight from the bottle while leaving the full shot glass alone. The entire bottle need not be consumed in one gulp (this would be impossible for most people), but more liquor must be drunk from the bottle than is contained in the shot glass.

Named for the manner in which the cartoon character Garfield is seen eating cake on several occasions.
I poured out a shot of Jack, then totally did a Garfield shot instead.
作者 Broheim Steamroller 2010年2月22日

免费每日邮件

输入你的邮箱地址,每天早晨收到免费的“每日城市之词”

邮件由 daily@urbandictionary.com 发出。我们决不会发送垃圾邮件。

×