#12: We Should Make This a Thing Again
This concept happens backward in today’s age, but to come up with an idea sober and have to argue it drunk is brilliant. I wonder if there was a certain number of drinks to be had first, and what the debate actually looked like. When I think of debate, there are podiums involved. With this, I can’t help imagining a podium lined with shot glasses.
Obviously, that’s not how it worked, as the triptych here implies a laid-back setting. They also didn’t have the same liquor we have today. The Persian empire had a few choices, but one of the most popular was aragh sagi (which translates to dog sweat), a moonshine with 50% alcohol—fun fact: Persia is credited with inventing alcohol, at least as we know it today.