Where the Fuck Should I Go to Drink?

Where the Fuck Should I Go to Drink?


There’s a neat little web application that has been out for a while now, called simply “WHERE THE FUCK SHOULD I GO FOR DRINKS?” (yes, all caps). Created by British creative consultancy coolography, the website gets right to the point. It is inspired by the similar What The Fuck Should I Make for Dinner? which gives users suggestions on recipes.

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When you first load the home page, your browser may ask you to share your location with the site. Otherwise, you can input your zip code or address. Press the aptly-named button below, and the next page will show you a nearby location.

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The location is random, and if you go back to the site, chances are a different location will come up. The first button below, “My Location is Fucking Wrong,” lets you change the default starting location, to search a different area perhaps. The second button (the middle one), “No, That Place Looks Like Shit,” spins the wheel again and gives you the next random selection. The third button, “Actually, I’m Fucking Hungry” takes you to it’s twin-sister site, “Where the Fuck Should I Go To Eat?”

Keep in mind that you shouldn’t get mad at the selections that the site comes back with. Though it is fully-functional, it is really more of a novelty item (if you hadn’t guessed).

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Christian "Krzysiek" Eilers is a twenty-something who constantly likes to look up the next flight out of JFK. His life goal is to visit every country in the world; as a young adult working full-time, he often settles on visiting the near countries of Central and South America and the Caribbean, knocking these off the list as it is less of a financial strain than Europe or Asia. Caffeine is his vice, and if he doesn't have a coffee in his hands, then it's probably a green tea. A native of New York City, when he is not traveling, he can find an abundance of cultural influences right in his own city, enough to keep him satisfied until the next country's beckon cannot be ignored any longer. He holds a cigarette in one hand while monitoring his Fitbit's heart rate with the other.