Tavern in Washington State Meme-ifies Its Entire Drink Menu

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One shot of Insanity Wolf AWESOMENESS, please.

AFK, a gaming tavern (yes, gaming tavern) in Everett, Washington recently updated every drink name on their menu to a meme (an idea, belief, or pattern of behavior that spreads throughout a culture.)

Now, in addition to an Xbox360 and a Dragon Burger, gamers at AFK (an acronym for "away from keyboard") in need of a guzzle can order up meme-ified creations like Ceiling Cat, Charlie Sheen, and It's a Trap.

Two questions: Where is the gaming tavern in Phoenix and where is my meme drink menu?

Via Memebase

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