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More Caribbean (Puerto Rican?) than Mexican, Shirley? Pina Collada, that is.
Yeah they all look the same don't they!
I'll drink to that.
stop calling me Shirley!
And anyway, if I'd done "Mexican scientists complete their tequila collider" it wouldn't have been anywhere near as funny.
Sorry for the geographical confusion.
What about "Piñata" Collider?
That takes some beating
or a large Hadron and tonic?
Presumably you view the hadron-generating collisions with a colliderscope. Of course, you see six of them.
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Historically accurate if you substitute "Puerto Rican" for "Mexican".
The Piña Colada was introduced on August 16, 1954 at the Caribe Hilton’s Beachcomber Bar in San Juan, Puerto Rico...This story is more credible because the Piña Colada contains cream of coconut as one of the primary ingredients, and the cream of coconut "Coco López" was invented in 1954 in the University of Puerto Rico by Ramón López Irizarry.
"Latin American Scientists complete their Piña Collider"
There. Fixed it :)
Strictly speaking its Central Amer....oof
Well, do they speak Latin there or not?
pina collider causes split amongst physicists
Two fat blokes called Hadrian bump into each other in a bar - the original 'large Hadrian Collider'.
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