beerability index
 n.— «Determine which candidate you’d rather have a beer with. This practice, called the “beerability index” by professional political consultants, is an excellent way to determine who’d be best for the job. To do this, picture yourself sitting with the candidate in a bar (preferably a dark bar, with sawdust on the floor), and then picture what the candidate is drinking. Is it chardonnay? If so, he just lost your vote.» —“Every dog has his Election Day” by Peter Chianca Wakefield Observer (Massachusetts) Nov. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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