Is a road pop still a road pop when it is legal to consume on the road, or does it make road popping less significant, less exciting, and dare I say redundant?
In my experience, breaking the law is always the right thing to do. By breaking the law, one is almost automatically guaranteed satisfaction and thrilling times. However, recently I have been presented with an issue. It is not illegal to drink alcohol in public in Germany, or as in the above case Italy, and hence possibly less fun. My new theory is that new forms of lawbreaking are necessary to achieve the same thrill that would be provided by simply taking a few brews to go. I have accumulated the following examples of possible actions to enhance Euro-Road Poppin: