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Tug could be milk and vodka?
In Brick, when Brendan lays out several words Emily said that he didn't understand, Brain guesses that Tug might be a drink made of a mixture of milk and vodka, but Tug is actually the name of a ...
Mar 26 '13 at 4:00
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