quaff \kwof, kwaf, kwawf\
1. To drink a beverage, esp. an intoxicating one, copiously and with hearty enjoyment.
transitive verb (used with object)
2. To drink (a beverage) copiously and heartily.
3. An act or instance of quaffing.
4. A beverage quaffed.
[ Panel 1 ]
|— A LESSON IN GENTLEMANLY BEHAVIOR —|
DAPPER PROFESSOR: To be that of the BOURGEOISIE (change to Aristocrat), one should learn the FINER QUALITIES of life.
[ Panel 2 ]
|— Knowing HOW TO QUAFF one’s drink is a skill all men should know how to do.
DRINKING GENTLEMAN: Mmm… yes, this is QUITE delectable.
[ Panel 3 ]
|— But there is a fine line between DRUNKEN peasantry and ADMIRABLE connoisseurship! —|
DRUNKEN GENTLEMAN: Ima PRUDY princess! Whos gunna to take me to the yuletide ball!?
:: In his drunken stupor he is flamboyantly prancing around in a field with a single, lonely flower (much like himself). ::