AskMen did an article about the "Top 10 Drinks Real Men Don't Order." And they also did one about the "Top 10 Drinks for Guys." Personally, I consider any "guy" drink to be one with alcohol in it. After all, the idea is to figure out a taste you like, and then to find that taste with a high alcohol content. I'm mainly a gin and bourbon guy. I don't care if it's high end or rot gut, if it's am or pm -- I want it neat, and I want it three fingers high. And keep it coming. (Now that I typed that out, kinda sound like an alcoholic... ah well...). But I also like to switch it up sometimes. Some drinks are just damn good, regardless of what is in it, or what stereotype it has. I'll still return home with some Boones Farm Strawberry Hill once in a while, and Mikes Hard Lemonade is still great in the summer. John F. Kennedy famously loved his strawberry daiquiris. I'm starting off tonight with more than a few Bud Light Mang-o-Ritas. Am I comparing myself to a president? Not intentionally. Am I using presidential status as a reason to feel better about myself for what is essentially alcoholic "orange drink"? Yeah, kinda. Do I abso-fucking-lutely love it though? You bet your sugar-rimmed ass I do! Focus: If you're a guy, what "female drinks" are you normally to embarrassed to admit you enjoy? If you're a girl, what "man drinks" are your Achilles heel? Alt. Focus: Where do you draw the gender line for drinks, or do you? Alt. Alt. Focus: Discuss the AskMen lists. Make your own "Top 10 Drinks Men Don't Order" and "Top 10 Manly Man Drinks."