It’s hard to believe I made it through a full 112 episodes of Virtual Happy Hour before recreating the national drink of Peru: the Pisco Sour. I was surprised at the overwhelmingly positive response when I posted the recipe – apparently more people have traveled to Peru than I imagined.
I guess that explains why everyone is posed in a power squat in front of Machu Picchu in their dating profile pics though.
If dating profiles are anything to go by, more people have visited Joe Exotic’s Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park or equivalent than I would guessed. Just so. many. dudes. in wrap-around sunglasses draped over a tiger.
I’m seriously considering starting a consultancy or reality TV show called “What Not to Post” where I pull the old Clinton and Stacy routine, put dating profiles under the microscope (or the 360-degree mirror) and offer my hot takes on what must go.
From what I’ve seen, most single men in Ottawa would need a near total overhaul – couldn’t even be scrapped for parts. Some of the most common mistakes I’ve come across include, but are not limited to:
Other key considerations, because I’m feeling charitable:
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The national drink of Peru is a crowd-pleasing citrusy concoction.
Add all ingredients except bitters to a cocktail shaker. Shake without ice for at least 20 seconds.
Add ice and shake again for an additional 20-30 seconds. Strain into a chilled coupe.
Dot 5 dashes of bitters in a row on top of the cocktail. Using the sharp end of a cocktail pick, drag the pick through the bitters in a single line, creating heart shapes.