drown night
 n.— «They were motivated to act, they said, in part by the kinds of promotions offered by some bars. Among those, Russell said, was a “drink and drown” night staged by one tavern and another that advertised its happy hour with the slogan, “Come in a car, leave in a coma.”» —“Part of Crackdown on Drunk Driving Measure Takes Sober Aim at ‘Happy Hours’” by Leo C. Wolinsky Los Angeles Times Mar. 7, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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