Applebee's selling $1 Long Island Iced Tea all December


If you're wondering, LITs are made with vodka, gin, rum, tequila, triple sec, lime and coke and are the preferred dink of assholes.

The chain announced dollar LITs today, November 30, just in time for you to prepare your body for tomorrow, which, if you didn't know is already December. Yes, it's insanely boozy, and will contain 1.5 ounces of hard alcohol in each drink, though the brands of each alcohol will vary. Schroedinger's news, if you will. Applebee's has just announced that for the month of December, they'll be offering $1 Long Island iced teas, or, as they are so aptly calling them, LITs. "The Dollar kind to your pocket book and a great drink to share with old friends and new ones this holiday season".

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The Dollar L.I.T. will be available all day, every day, at all participating locations across the US.

According to an archived website called the Original Website of the Original Long Island Iced Tea, bartender Robert Butt says he invented the drink for a triple sec cocktail contest at the Oak Beach Inn on Long Island back in 1972. The deal is only at participating restaurants, though.

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Applebee's is offering a drink deal so impressive, you may have to read this article twice to believe the news.

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