Drink money

an allowance, or perquisite, given to buy drink; a gratuity.

See also: Drink

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The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has welcomed a court judgment that found a Pretoria taxi driver guilty for trying to bribe a traffic officer with R70 "cold drink money".Taxi driver John Mthembu was arrested by members of the National Traffic Police on 22 March 2019 on Botha Avenue in Lyttleton when it was determined that he was driving an unroadworthy vehicle.
We may have a lot of money but we cannot ask our children to drink money instead of water.
I don't know how long that'll last, I think we spent all the drink money last week, but maybe we'll get more in this week.
M62 mayhem as drivers trapped for SEVEN hours and appeal for food and drink Money grabbing bosses sending people out including my husband and he's still there.
Make sure to bring some snack and drink money. This is a great opportunity to meet other 4-H members of all ages and make some new friends!
Coventry City recently signed a two-year extension to its existing deal at the Ricoh which sees the club pay a reported PS100,000 annual rent, retain all football ticket revenue, receive 15 per cent of food and drink money on matchdays and take a slice of matchday parking.
In other words, we cannot eat money, we cannot drink money, we cannot breathe money.
Racing off a career high, Andrew Elliott knows him inside out so if you're looking to subsidise your drink money I suggest Gatorade.
They were students, mostly, who slaved with good humour in the Spailpin to top up their grants with drink money. David worked there--after dropping out of college--because there were few other jobs in Dublin at the time and, compared to office work, the restaurant was fun.
At Newmarket, the progressive Laaheb can provide the drink money in the 1m2f Adnams Handicap (3.20).
These pondlife should clean the graffiti up themselves and their parents can cover the cost of materials out of their drink money. West End taggers, you are beneath contempt.