Drinking makes everything better. Sporting events, barbecues, holidays, and even school become a totally different animal once some happy juice is added to the mix. Today's edition of Free Advice Friday is going to focus on turning that boring college lecture class into something marvelous and exciting, all because of Booze! Sounds like fun, right?
First off, this everything I am going to talk about will be a moot point if you have a professor that doesn't allow water bottle, gatorade, cokes, etc. in the classroom.  Luckily, the majority of college professors do allow students to take drinks into the class.  As a matter of fact, I don't think I ever had a college prof. deny a student his or her right to stay hydrated.  
And of course, I am assuming that you all are of legal drinking age.  If you aren't disregard this (or, if you get caught and you are a minor, please don't tell the authorities you got the idea from this blog!)  
OK,  Let's get this Free Advice Friday Going, Shall we?  Below are the rules that you should go by in order to have an enjoyable and happy drinking experience in class and avoid detection from professors and campus cops  
Now how will you take your booze to the classroom without getting caught? The most obvious choice is pouring your whisky or rum into a a 20oz soft drink bottle.  Make sure the color matches if it is a clear bottle.  Whiskey or dark rum into Coke or Pepsi, vodka or gin into a 7-Up, Mountain Dew or Sprite.My favorite method was using one of those "Big Gulp" cups that you get from the 7-Eleven or other convenience stores.  Even better is using a can.  No one ever thinks that people mix alcohol with their drinks in a can. 

Make sure you mix it.  Don't get crazy and try to pour straight liquor into your cup or bottle.  You are gonna get shitfaced and it is gonna be obvious that you are drinking.

I know that there are some of you out there that don't drink the hard stuff (you are missing out!).  Never Fear, there are still ways to pull this off.  Grab an extra-large coffee cup from 7-Eleven or other convenience store.  These can hold a couple of beers.  You can even poor beer into a McDonald's cup if you have to.  

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