|1.||Rye vs Harrison|
"The Game" in which rye has kicked harrisons but 9yrs in a row cause harrison can't keep up.
"that rye vs harrison game was great last night wasnt it?"
"yeah the one where rye won for the 9th time then we all went back and partyed and got trashed untill we could no longer stand!"
"well that is another day in Rye"
Rye is a grass grown to be used much like a grain.
As a slang term 'Rye' usually refers to rye whiskey although other alcohols, such as vodka and beer, can also be made using the crop.
Rye alcohol was extremely popular during prohibition and its production faded increasingly following the dry period. Nowadays, only a select few alcohol makers still produce rye whiskey, and even fewer produce other beverages using rye. The most popular brands of rye whiskey are undeniably: Wild Turkey and Jim Beam.
When used alone, 'rye' almost exclusively refers to rye whiskey.
Barkeep: "What'll it be?"
Patron: "Shot of rye... scratch that, what kind do you have?"
Barkeep: "Of rye? We have Turkey and Old Portero."
Patron: "Aged Turkey?"
Barkeep: "Yup, in an 80, and basic 80, and I think a regular 101."
Patron: "Alright just some fresh 80 on the rocks."
Barkeep: "Sure, just a second."
the place where where the aryan boys and their wallstreet dads throw rocks at their mexican workers. I hate rye.
Look at that sportscar! I bet some asshole from Rye owns it!
|4.||lousy with the rocks|
wearing a lot of jewelery
When I saw all her rings, i could tell that she was really lousy with the rocks.
|5.||rye and coke|
A typical Canadian drink, made by mixing Canadian Whiskey (known as rye) with cola, on the rocks. Canadian Whiskey is notably sweet, since it is distilled using at least 51% rye grain. Some bars serve pure rye whiskey (100% rye in the mash), giving the drink an even sweeter taste. The most commonly available Canadian Whiskey outside of Canada is Crown Royal.
Bartender! A rye and coke, please. I've had too much beer and I need something sweet.
A top-notch Straight Rye Whiskey, distilled in Clermont, Kentucky. At 80 proof, this light-bodied aromatic delight goes great either with a classic whiskey cocktail, or neat and simple. It was the known whiskey of choice for the infamous gunfighter Doc Holliday.
Hey Bartender! I'll have an Old Overholt on the rocks, please.
|7.||The Catcher in the Rye|
The best book ever.
Cynical, witty, classic.
Any open-minded individual can relate to Holden in their past or in their own life as of now.
An absolute masterpiece.
J.D. Salinger rocks my socks off, man.