Oklahomans are no stranger to a good brunch, which always have delicious mimosas. Nothing pairs better than champagne and orange juice. But it might be frowned upon to start your work day with a mimosa or fill one up in your coffee mug. So one Oklahoman decided to let the world know that a great way to start their work day is with a "blue collar mimosa."

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Recently, Oklahoma made national news for a teacher in Perkins, Oklahoma, being drunk at work. (Life is hard right now for Oklahoma teachers. So in a way, can we really blame her?) But in all honesty, it's not safe for a teacher to be drunk at work, or anyone else for that matter.

I will admit though, there are some days where I wouldn't mind a mimosa before work, especially if it's been a long week and you're no where near Friday. So when I saw a TikTok from an Oklahoman starting their day with a "blue collar mimosa," I just knew I had to share it.


Scroll down to see what's all in a blue collar mimosa!

The below TikTok starts out with @achowell_ stopping in their local Love's gas station and grabbing a regular Red Bull from the drink fridge and then they grab an orange juice. Next they're back in their car with a large Love's cup of ice and cracking open the Red Bull. They pour the whole can in the cup and then starts adding in the orange juice. After a big gulp, they're ready for a day of work!

Check out the full TikTok below!

@achowell_ The blue collar mimosa is 🔥#bluecollarmimosa #oklahoma #oliveranthonymusic #redbull ♬ original sound - AC Howell

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