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Old 03-04-05, 04:39 AM   #51
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There seems to be a common thread between unfavourite drinks and unfortunate over-indulgence encounters when young.

Scotch (J. Walker Red Label) for mine.

The other unfavourite is flat or warm or flat and warm beer (and no, there were no overimbibing encounters with that yuck stuff).
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Old 03-04-05, 04:45 AM   #52
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There seems to be a common thread between unfavourite drinks and unfortunate over-indulgence encounters when young.
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If that were true I'd hate Vodka and Tequilia. I hate Butterscotch Schnapps due to the fact that I hate Butterscotch anything

[i]edit; Iwas bloody tired when I posted this originally typos are fixed
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Old 03-04-05, 04:50 AM   #53
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There seems to be a common thread between unfavourite drinks and unfortunate over-indulgence encounters when young.

Scotch (J. Walker Red Label) for mine.

The other unfavourite is flat or warm or flat and warm beer (and no, there were no overimbibing encounters with that yuck stuff).
Doesn't apply to me either. Although most people would likely agree and in the case of friends this tends to be the case.
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Old 03-04-05, 04:54 AM   #54
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If that were true I'd hate Vodka and Tequilia. I hate Butterscotch Schnapps is fue to the favt that I hate Butterscotch
Just what have you been drinking tonight, Raiyn. You've got those darned keys mixed up again
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Old 03-04-05, 05:44 AM   #55
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Shnapps...the alcoholic equivalent to Crack. Metho isn't too flash either. I know a bloke who claims he came from a town where the metholayted spirits was kept in the fridge at the local general store!!!!! The mind boggles.
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Old 03-04-05, 05:47 AM   #56
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Just what have you been drinking tonight, Raiyn. You've got those darned keys mixed up again
I'm not the best typist, and exhaustion does that to a person
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Old 03-04-05, 06:31 AM   #57
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Boulevard wheat beer with a slice of lemon..... Yummmmm! http://www.blvdbeer.com/
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Old 03-04-05, 06:23 PM   #58
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I'm not the best typist, and exhaustion does that to a person
Only having a bit of fun with you. I hope the exhaustion was worth it.
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Old 03-04-05, 08:13 PM   #59
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There seems to be a common thread between unfavourite drinks and unfortunate over-indulgence encounters when young.
I had that happen with twinkies when I was a kid! To this day can't even look at them without getting sick.
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Old 03-05-05, 12:15 AM   #60
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good god! good thing you were sleeping!
3hrs! (or so I was told) I'm surprised the cops weren't called. The folks I was out with probably warded them off.
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Tequilla can be a pain sometimes.
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Old 03-05-05, 07:21 AM   #62
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1)Southern Comfort - probably had alcohol poisoning, very sick.

2) Margheritas (my wife will never forgive me for that episode - all I smell now when I smell a margherita is vomit.)
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Old 03-05-05, 06:11 PM   #63
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I can't drink. Everything makes me sick.
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Tequilla can be a pain sometimes.
I like to drink Tequilla just for the excuse to talk with a goofy Mexican accent. The alcohol really helps that along, too.

Hey what is Ouzo, anyway? Is it that pepperminty stuff from the Mediterranean? I heard they drink that stuff like water in Greece.

Anybody ever had that funky green stuff made by Monks in France? Hey, did someone mention that in this thread, is it Charteuse or something?
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Old 03-05-05, 07:42 PM   #65
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Why focus on the negative???

It's all good... I've been making margaritas tonight and am quite happy
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Old 03-05-05, 11:18 PM   #66
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I like to drink Tequilla just for the excuse to talk with a goofy Mexican accent. The alcohol really helps that along, too.

Hey what is Ouzo, anyway? Is it that pepperminty stuff from the Mediterranean? I heard they drink that stuff like water in Greece.

Anybody ever had that funky green stuff made by Monks in France? Hey, did someone mention that in this thread, is it Charteuse or something?
Ouzo is an aniseed tasting clear spirit, a bit like pernod.

You can get yellow Chartreuse as well. Very strong alcohol though.
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Hey what is Ouzo, anyway? Is it that pepperminty stuff from the Mediterranean? I heard they drink that stuff like water in Greece.
Think black licoricey--not pepperminty.
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Think black licoricey--not pepperminty.
Oh yeah that's right, aniseed, like black licorice.

Hmm, yellow Chartreuse huh? That stuff's supposed to make you live you linger, isn't it?
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Hmm, yellow Chartreuse huh? That stuff's supposed to make you live you linger, isn't it?
Probably. Unless you actually drink it.
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