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Slippery Nipple or Mexican Blow Job, take your pick

Care for a Slippery Nipple, Mexican Blow Job or Belly Dancer? For 35 rand or 200 rand - depending on whether enjoyment for you is single delight or comes in multiples and combo offers — they are available, reports Dhiman Sarkar.

sports Updated: Jun 09, 2010 00:11 IST
Dhiman Sarkar

Care for a Slippery Nipple, Mexican Blow Job or Belly Dancer? For 35 rand or 200 rand - depending on whether enjoyment for you is single delight or comes in multiples and combo offers — they are available.

At the News Cafe in Gold Reef City, where a hotel, casino and food courts exist cheek by jowl, the World Cup is an opportunity to serve those who enjoy a tipple or more. They are calling it VuVu Shots and each of the 40 cocktails and mocktails has a name that, putting it mildly, is eye-catching. Each drink has a flag of a competing nation though not all 32 are represented.

On the top left with the Argentina flag is Hand Of God. Order one and you will be served blue curacao mixed with lemonade and topped with cream. The drink comes in a vuvuzela-shaped container and, according to the menu, “order the shot and keep the vuvu”. Mexican Blow Job comprises “ponchos tequila, sally williams nougat liquer and cream”. Next to Greece's flag is a drink called Hard On (kahlua, butler's banana and cream) and the one by France is Napoleon (grand mariner's with butler's peppermint and strawberry liquers).

Adding Arabic flavour to the finals, the drink named next to the Algeria flag is, predictably, called Belly Dancer (a non-alcoholic mix of cream, lime juice, coconut and grenadine). Slippery Nipple represents Australia on the menu and comprises “white sambuca and baileys with a drop of grenadine”. To order food, patrons need to browse through a menu that resembles the daily pullouts newspapers have back home. One of the locals said this chain originally served tea and coffee and had reading material. “Over time, it has evolved into a restaurant,” he said.