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#156 - tdidy
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(06/04/2012) [-]
perhaps instead of wasting money on food dye just empty a bottle of Lipton tea and put rum in bottle?? same color no dye needed
#163 to #156 - anon id: c6be6b04
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(06/04/2012) [-]
Or use a bottle of crest mouthwash. It's clear to begin with.

I think he chose the blue to make sure no one questioned it.
#165 to #163 - nickhilzy
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(06/04/2012) [-]
Rum is a brownish color, otherwise that would work.
User avatar #166 to #165 - Smithyrox
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(06/04/2012) [-]
You can get white rum
User avatar #186 to #166 - evilanakie
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(06/04/2012) [-]
red rum
=D
#167 to #166 - nickhilzy
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(06/04/2012) [-]
But if OP was drinking white rum, he wouldn't have endured any problems with food coloring in the first place. He could have simply used a water bottle if it were white rum.
User avatar #168 to #167 - Smithyrox
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(06/04/2012) [-]
True. But sometimes they check.
#162 to #156 - anon id: dfa4823a
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(06/04/2012) [-]
You put it into an antiseptic mouth rinse bottle, because mouthwash has alcohol in it anyway. If by any reason, the security officers at the cruise ship rummage though your bag and ask why it reeks of alcohol you can just say it's "mouthwash" and it would make complete sense. Lipton Tea, however, would not.
#159 to #156 - anon id: 4ef7aae5
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(06/04/2012) [-]
this covers smell as well, just incase.