Dicey Rileys and Blue Anchor Pub: IT'S WTF YOU SHOULD GO FOR DRINKS

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If you've laced the word fuck throughout your lexicon, chances are you'll find variations of fuck-roulette endlessly amusing, as opposed to chat-roulette, which bored the hell out of us once it became clear that 75% of the time it's creepy dude with a mask on and his hand down his pants.

Thanks to Eater.com for steering us to the newest drink-focused, fuck-roulette site,

wherethefuckshouldigofordrinks.com that's all Owen Meany at



Once you type your location, chances are you'll get suggestions for some music venue, though we did land on Dicey Riley's for a Fort Lauderdale rec and Blue Anchor Pub in Delray. Should you find these insults too generic, steer yourself to the twitter feed for a personalized tweet on how you can fuck yourself.

The site is inspired by the cookbook, What the Fuck Should I Make for Dinner?. On the website,

our first go-round offers a standby recipe for mamma-approved spaghetti

and meatballs, as well as sage advice for life: DON'T FUCK UP SOME


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