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You know what every party, night on the town, or good old-fashioned binge drinking at home needs? Music! Thus, we bring you Sloshed Songs Sundays, where every week we'll bring you a new song to blast in the background and drunkenly sing/slur along with as you slowly slip downward into an inebriated haze. Bonus: use the tag to see previous Sloshed Songs too!

Got a song you think should be on here? Send it in!

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This week we get some culture in our Sloshed Songs, with the Philosophers' Drinking Song from Monty Python. Sure, all these old dead guys came up with some world-changing ideas, but you don't think they came up with all that while they were SOBER, do you?

Be sure to see our previous Sloshed Songs Sunday entries, and submit any songs you think should be on here!

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Since the holiday weekend threw us off our schedule, we're doing a Sloshed Songs Sunday on a Wednesday! Because we're all about integrity and maintaining a rigorous schedule... eventually.

"But A12 mods," you seem to say, "that doesn't make any sense! Isn't a Sloshed Songs Sunday Wednesday kinda dumb?"

Valid point, fair user. Allow us to respectfully reply:

LA LA LA LA SHUT UP

Moving on, this week we go piratey with "Wenches and Mead" by the world's foremost (and only) Scottish pirate metal band, Alestorm. Yarrrr!

Use the "Sloshed Songs" tag to check out our previous featured songs, and submit songs you think should make the front page!

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We're taking it back to the 90s this week, with the now 18-year-old tribute to drinking, smoking, cruising, and all of the above, "Gin and Juice" by Snoop Dogg. We shouldn't have to tell you that this song contains some grown-up language, but if you don't know, or if you're younger than this song (isn't it past your bedtime?), be forewarned.

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This week, from ska outfit The Pietasters, we give you "Maggie Mae", a song about how even the worst of days can be improved with beer brought to you by a pretty girl (or guy, if you prefer).

Keep those submissions of songs you think should be featured coming in!

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From one of the best bands to drunkenly bellow along with, this week we bring you "Drunken Lullabies" by Flogging Molly.

Use the tag to check out previous Sloshed Songs, and if you've got a song you think should be on here, send it in!

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