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    You Guys, Eggnog Is Absolute Garbage

    Why does it look like that?!

    Eggnog is a revolting holiday cocktail — NAUSEA INCARNATE, if you will. Here's why:

    1. First of all, eggnog is made out of raw eggs and milk.

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    2. To cover up this repulsive taste, even the lowfat kind is loaded with double the sugar content of soda.

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    3. The result is something that tastes like a runny, chemical custard.

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    4. But TBH, eggnog's appearance itself should turn you off: Nothing should look like THIS in its undigested state.

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    5. Or like a science project gone very, very wrong.

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    6. Nor should it require the presence of alcohol to STERILIZE IT.

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    7. No matter how hard you try to fancy it up, eggnog will always look like a cross between sour cream and curdled milk.

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    8. This time of year, there is nothing worse than a holiday party with eggnog as the only beverage option.

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    9. ... Because it's impossible to have more than one cup without feeling sick from the overdose of milk fats, sugar, and booze-in-hiding.

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    10. *Dies on the inside*

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    11. And don't get me started on aged eggnog, aka LITERALLY old eggs.

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    12. To top it all off, it bears a strong resemblance to mayonnaise, the other egg-based abomination.

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    13. Look at this photo and tell me right now: is this a cup of mayo or eggnog? YOU CAN'T EVEN TELL THE DIFFERENCE.

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    Say NO to eggnog this holiday season.

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    And STAY THERE!