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Their colleague reports from the scene: "After a JP Morgan softball game last night we went to a bar on on the Upper East. One guy showed up late and asked to have waiting for him upon his arrival 'a water, a beer, and a Jäger bomb.'"

"Little did he know he had a Mango Ice in his future as well. So he shows up, drinks the water, is about to do the Jäger bomb at which point he is Iced. Gentleman number two makes a scene and is calling out gentleman number one for getting iced. At that time the Icer had had enough and presented this guy with yet another Mango Ice for the completion of the double ice."

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