I'll have a Long Island Iced Tea, neat
Or whatever kinda poison knocks me back in my seat
A Long Island Iced Tea is normally poured over an ice-filled highball glass, because the drink itself is mostly liquor. A ‘neat’ highball is one served without ice, so Boots is drinking a fair bit of liquor here.
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