Twister is a great game*. For a while, we used it in our house to settle disputes between our two daughters. Unfortunately they both wised up pretty quickly and realized it's more fun to bicker endlessly than to be Twisted Sisters. (hell yes I made that reference...)
*for completely sober people under the age of 28, between 3'9" and 5'2", with no history of joint problems, muscle contusions, dementia, dizziness, or chronic flatulence. Consult with your doctor before playing Twister. Side effects can include: soreness, bruises, lacerations, tooth loss, concussions, and ACL tears. If you have a game of Twister that lasts more than 4 hours, contact a psychologist for help or a circus contortionist for a new career
Since a Twister is also a tornado, don't confuse this drink with a Hurricane. None of the ingredients are the same.
If you drink too many and think you are seeing double, don't worry, it's the same cow.
1 oz Melon Liqueur
1/2 oz Vodka
1/2 oz Tuaca
4 oz Pineapple Juice
1 oz 7-Up
Add all 3 liquors and pineapple juice to a martini shaker 1/2 full of ice
Strain into a pint glass filled with ice
Fill with 7-Up
Garnish with pineapple ring and cherry
Yes, it appears that there's another part of the name of this drink that I completely ignored. Please note that I said "appears". Not only does my wife try these drinks before I post them, but she proof-reads and edits some of my posts. Please feel free to add any "Naked" references you like in the Comments section below.