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This recipe is from my blog, The Homicidal Homemaker - "Where Home Economics Meets Horror!"
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**Regarding the name of the drink (which was not created or named by me)…a shot of Bailey’s floated with Jameson is served alongside the glass of Guinness and the shot is dropped into the glass before drinking (aka ‘bomb shot’). Irish ingredients + bomb shot = Irish Car Bomb. This tutorial is not meant to offend anyone; I am not in any way 'making light' of the name or past tragedies that have occurred, and nowhere in this post have I said that the name is humorous. I simply just wanted to put the drink in jelly shot form, because I enjoy the taste of the drink itself.**
Crazy recipe :D
Thanks! They're certainly not for everyone, as the beer taste really comes through. I might try mixing both layers and adding the cocoa as I mentioned in the last paragraph. Perhaps for next year? :)
AWESOME!! This is the first thing I am making when I redeploy from Afghanistan! makes my Jello shot book look like kids games! Have you tried to use a lil paper cup to make them look like pints? you ROCK!
I think the project is cool. And I am thinking about making these.<br><br>But there are people who know exactly where the name comes from that still find the name legitimately offensive even though you don't. (For example, the student - not me! - who thought she was hilarious last week leaving a cake in the lounge at my department with a paper labeling it &quot;Irish Car Bomb Cake&quot; offended multiple faculty members in a rather ill-received attempt at humor.)<br><br>You certainly have the right to call it whatever you want, and I am the first to object to those who wish to censor the site's content. So I'm not advocating that something should be changed because Lira says it's offensive to delicate sensibilities.<br><br>However, I feel that it should be noted that there are people for whom this name is personally triggering in the same way that &quot;9/11 towers&quot; or (as someone else put it) &quot;Oklahoma City Fertilizer Truck Bomb&quot; would be for many Americans, while many more simply find it disrespectful and/or in exceedingly poor taste. IMHO, it's unnecessarily provocative since you know in advance that many will find it offensive.
I think the project is cool. And I am thinking about making these.<br><br>But there are people who know exactly where the name comes from that still find the name legitimately offensive even though you don't. (For example, the student - not me! - who thought she was hilarious last week leaving a cake in the lounge at my department with a paper labeling it &quot;Irish Car Bomb Cake&quot; offended multiple faculty members in a rather ill-received attempt at humor.)<br><br>You certainly have the right to call it whatever you want, and I am the first to object to those who wish to censor the site's content. So I'm not advocating that something should be changed because Lira says it's offensive to delicate sensibilities.<br><br>However, I feel that it should be noted that there are people for whom this name is personally triggering in the same way that &quot;9/11 towers&quot; or (as someone else put it) &quot;Oklahoma City Fertilizer Truck Bomb&quot; would be for many Americans, while many more simply find it disrespectful and/or in exceedingly poor taste. IMHO, it's unnecessarily provocative since you know in advance that many will find it offensive.

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