Malt liquor

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An Ancient babe downing a 40

“Malt Liquor is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy, or something”

~ Franklin Benjamin, 1980's Philadelphia hobo

“Any nigga that don't like malt liquor is disrespecting not only me, but his entire race.”

~ Ice Cube, malt liquor enthusiast

“Ain't no Liquor like Malt Liquor, ain't no Drank like Purple Drank. Know what I'm sayin'? If you disagree with me, get the hell up out of hyurr.”

~ Dr. Dre, self-proclaimed 'Nigga With Attitude'

Malt liquor has been the method by which homeless people and poor college students have been getting drunk via for thousands of years. It isn't really a liquor at all but a secretion of the Earth's crust, commonly found in Mexico and other parts of Central America, although deposits have been found worldwide.

Ice Cube struggling with his addiction to Malt Liquor.

Archaeologists say the first use of Malt Liquor was by Egyptian scribes in 8000 BC. It is most commonly found in its natural state in 40 ounce bottles, however, modern drilling techniques have resulted in the advent of the 24 ounce can. Men must take special care when drinking malt liquor to not be crushed by all the babes that will be instantly attracted to their thrifty swilling bravado.

True Stereotypes[edit]

Though classified as a stereotype, malt liquor is enjoyed by Black people all over the world, primarily by rappers Ice Cube and Dr. Dre.

Modern History[edit]

Popular brands such as Colt 45 and St. Ides have cemented malt liquor's place in history. Malt liquor is credited with the Presidential victory of Obama in the 2008 U.S. election, as it gave Obama compassionate-nigga bona fides, or "street cred."