The Associated Press recently came to the MU campus for a story about shot books used to commemorate 21st birthdays. A phenomenon linked mostly with women and Midwest college towns, the scrapbooks document a night of barhopping with photos of friends and increasingly sloppy signatures as the shot-taker gets closer to completing 21 shots.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Are 21st birthday shot books about friends or binge drinking?
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