This page is the results of a quiz I did on my livejournal to create a version of a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster that we could actually make (whether we would want to or not is a different matter).

As a reminder, here is the original drink:

Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster
Take the juice from one bottle of that Ol' Janx Spirit, it says.
Pour into it one measure of water from the seas of Santraginus V - Oh that Santraginean sea water, it says. Oh those Santraginean fish!!!
Allow three cubes of Arcturan Mega-gin to melt into the mixture (it must be properly iced or the benzine is lost).
Allow four litres of Fallian marsh gas to bubble through it, in memory of all those happy Hikers who have died of pleasure in the Marshes of Fallia.
Over the back of a silver spoon float a measure of Qualactin Hypermint extract, redolent of all the heady odours of the dark Qualactin Zones, subtle sweet and mystic.
Drop in the tooth of an Algolian Suntiger. Watch it dissolve, spreading the fires of the Algolian Suns deep into the heart of the drink.
Sprinkle Zamphuor.
Add an olive.
Drink... but... very carefully...

Here's what people came up with, in no particular order:

Frozen GIN.
Stick the bottle into a SodaStream modified to dispense a helium mix
Fresh water pearls
Hmmm. Olives.

Take a dram from a blended scottish whisky (Teachers, Bells)
Add a measure of spring water fresh from the hills of Buxton and transported in the most delicate of translucent containers
Gently add 3 cubes of frozen undyed methylated spirits, flavoured with the delicate aroma of juniper
Allow 4 litres of Nitrous Oxide to bubble through it
Float peppermint oil on to the mixture, it's heady and pungent aroma promising sweet relaxation
Drop in a sugar cube, watch it dissolve, spreading the rush of a million sucrose atoms throughout the drink
Spirinkle Tarragon
Add an olive

Cranberry juice
A penguin mint
Chopped mint
Green olive

Jack Daniels
Dash of oyster sauce
2 shots gin, one of lighter fuel
Shot of Chanel no 5
Polo mint
Coloured hundreds-and-thousands
An olive

Well, it's juice, so I'd guess Archers Lime Schnapps
Hmmm, perhaps Lobster Bisque for the fish flavour?
Gin is gin, alas not cubed
Hold it briefly under a lamp.
Put one of those little film breath freshner squares on the side of the glass to bamboozle the unwary.
A sugar cube
Those tiny silver cake decoration balls
An olive, preferably green and stuffed with a shard of lemon

hmmm. juice...of.... Okay. Horrible cheap creole bourbon which has had been exposed to the air and humidity for at least four hours
water with garlic salt dissolved in it.
frozen gin, with benzine in. Just a bit of benzine though. No more than in that diet coke from belgium.
That smelly gas they use at professor burp's bubbleworks at chessington world of adventures
peppermint oil. which may be poisionous, not sure. Maybe peppermint extract in that case.
A tooth. With 'stop n grow' (that foul-tasting anti nail biting stuff) on it.
Muscavado sugar.
No. No olives. A nasty green cherry instead.

Take the juice from one bottle of that Ol' Jack Daniels.
Pour into it one measure of Smirnoff Ice from the bars of Slimelight. Oh those Slime light goths! Oh that Slimelight slime!!!
Allow three cubes of frozen gin to melt into the mixture (or three shots of gin as cold as you can get it).
Allow champagne to mix with it, in memory of all those happy kittens who have fallen over with pleasure in Islington.
Over the back of a silver spoon float a measure of Creme De Menthe, redolent of all the teenage years trying to get drunk on whatever you found in your parents' alcohol colection, subtle sweet and mystic.
Drop in a sugar cube soaked in Absinthe. Watch it dissolve, spreading the green of a thousand Bad Ideas deep into the heart of the drink.
Sprinkle crushed lemon sherberts.
Add an olive.

um, gin?
vodka-soaked sugar cubes

water from the welsh harp
frozen vodka
carbonate with laughing gas
cyanide extract
something to make it go clear again
slice of lemon

100% proof, clear as day.
Salt water.
You know that trick with sugar cubes and liquid MDMA?
Subtle, sweet and mystic? Got to be cinnamon.
1 cherry drop.
Poppers, anyone?
An olive. On a stick.

One bottle of Jack Daniels
One tablespoon of Thames Water, it's got lots of body in it.
Three cubes of frozen amyl nitrate
Nitrous oxide
One measure of Creme de Menthe
One dog's tooth coated with sulpher
Sprinkle with lithium
One small olive

Dry Ice
Nitrous Oxide
Creme de Menthe
a tic-tac. Or a clove.
lemon sherbet powder
a black olive, destoned and marinaded in cherry brandy..

Sea water, I guess. From Brighton.
Gin? Can I say gin?
Farting through a rubber tube, obviously
Tic tacs
Bit of a trek to get that one. And you can't even use a real tiger. How about Frosties?
Don't like olives.

Absinthe, for it is about as evil as one can get
sea water. Not british, we want to fall over from the alcohol, not the sewage
Gin icecubes. Mmmm
Attack vigorously with a sodastream
Mint liqueur, the name of which escapes me, damnit
Hmm.. one alka seltza. Carving into a tooth shape is optional
Please, don't. Think of the olives

the sweat of someone who's taken a lot of acid
really really cheap nasty gin, frozen using ummm really cold stuff. not a domestic freezer i guess.
nitrous oxide
peppermint extract, the pure alcoholic stuff
a very small sparkly bath bomb
camphour (ewww!)
probably an olive

Mezcal, illegally brewed in Mexico with Peyote
Sunday afternoon goth CSF. It's got quite a street value.
Frozen perrier water. It has benzine in it.
Liquid butane (lighter fluid), as a cold liquid.
Real absinthe, with extra wormwood.
Cantharide beetles.

A good smoky black rum
Soda water
Gordon's Dry Gin
Ok, carbonated soda water
Pro Plus (?)
Nutmeg (or cinammon)
An olive (black!)

Gordon's Gin
Hookah pipe thingy
Mint tea
Oh that has to be Tequila
chocolate sprinkles plus Spirytus
No. Olives are horrible. Add an ice cube

Absinthe, definitely, but probably not the juice of an entire bottle
some sort of eau de vie, and a plastic fish shaped ice-cube
Bombay sapphire, straight from the freezer, but not actually quite frozen
Something suitably fizzy, obviously champagne
Peppermint essence
a sugar cubeq
angostura bitter
an olive

Some form of whisky, clearly. I would suggest Laphroig, but then Pete would hunt me down & kill me for the idea of polluting it with anything. I think you need *nice* whisky, though, even if it is a waste.
London tap water has so many minerals in it's practically a health food. That's got to be worth something. Maybe add a little salt. And pepper. They go together.
Gin. Frozen gin. Suspect you can't freeze gin in a regular freezer, mind.
Nitrous oxide? Not that I can get my hands on that, myself.
Camphor. The stuff that drives off moths. You don't want moths in your drink.
I don't like olives. How about a raspberry instead? I like raspberries.

Hobgoblin beer.
Water from an underground cave in the tropics.
A couple of fruit pastilles, or jelly babies.
Crushed Amaretto biscuit.
An onion.

Very. Good. Vodka.
Pernod. Doesn't taste like fish tho.
Er. Gin.
rose-flavoured soda water
absinthe, naturally.
how bout a cherry lifesaver?
orange flower water

Jack Daniels
Bombay Sapphire
Peppermint extract
popping candy!
erm. an olive?

sloe gin
white rum
an olive

Old McNadbuster's 3-year blended scotch.
sulphurous mineral water and sea salt.
Three measures of ice-cold gin.
Not sure. Use the mixture to this point as bong water? probably undrinkable.
the most evilly alcoholic creme de menthe you can get
Three drops of scotch bonnet extract.
Cocoa powder?
An olive.

No, this page is not generated automatically. This is because Live Journal does some weird stuff with its pages and doesn't give access to the poll answers for things like wget, which is rather annoying. It's semi-automatic.