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post #3511 of 37405

Where's JungleThug and L2BRFRMD?

I am just getting ready for tomorrow's Eye-talian FC post. 

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I was going to wear my Eye - talian today but have a board meeting with some rural firefighters at 7pm and another meeting with a Chief tomorrow morning so I don't know if I'll be submitting an entry.  I get flak for wearing a tie around these guys.  A full on Eye-Talian get up wouldn't go over well.  We'll see though.  I had a great idea for my picture setup too.  

post #3513 of 37405

Bummer. This FC is a good one. 

But it appears everyone who's put their entry into FC is looking freaking awesome. 

 

Oh and, thumbs up to all the firefighters out there. 

post #3514 of 37405

I'm here, wassup? Also, I am in for buying my man Rudals a drink whenever that may be. I assume you'll post the paypal or PM? As for this week's FC, I am LOVING the entries. GREAT challenge, Cleav!

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Thanks Luv, thats appreciated nod[1].gif
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Originally Posted by mktitsworth View Post

Have fun with the peat chain saw soaked in iodine. I can't drink the 10 anymore. For that age Ardbeg does better and Laphroaig's other offerings are just overall superior.

I'm a Scotch wuss. I drink Balvenie 14 which is made in barrels previously used for rum so you get a little sweetness of the rum to offset the punch in the face that Scotch gives you.
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Alright, someone recommend me a fine bottle of liquor 'cus I'd love to try it before I go Quaker on booz. 

post #3518 of 37405
How about a fine champagne?

Andre is class

https://www.google.com/#q=andre+champagne&tbm=shop
post #3519 of 37405
Popov is great for a martini.

https://www.google.com/#q=popov&tbm=shop
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Alright, someone recommend me a fine bottle of liquor 'cus I'd love to try it before I go Quaker on booz

Wait, does that mean that you are giving up booz after your wedding? eek.gif
post #3521 of 37405
Malorts pretty awesome
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post #3522 of 37405

Um...I guess I'll go back drinking Belvedere.

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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post


Wait, does that mean that you are giving up booz after your wedding? eek.gif

Unfortunately, I must be on my best behavior in the beginning. But life without alcohol is just fine. I'll just buy more ties.

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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

I'm a Scotch wuss. I drink Balvenie 14 which is made in barrels previously used for rum so you get a little sweetness of the rum to offset the punch in the face that Scotch gives you.

The Scotch appreciation thread is great if you want to branch out. Bunch of guys who know and love to drink the stuff. There are certainly milder scotches that can help you ease into things. IIRC, lowlands - Glenkinchie, Auchentoshan - are usually good about being less abrasive than others but still bringing in some of the more scotch-like aspects to things.
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Alright, someone recommend me a fine bottle of liquor 'cus I'd love to try it before I go Quaker on booz. 

Here is the hit list. It is the best resource I've ever found for getting new whisky ideas.
post #3525 of 37405
That's right... I forgot there is a whole lifestyle part of this website. I never wander over that way. Scotch thread sounds worth reading since I do like the occasional small glass of it, mostly in the colder weather months. Thanks very much for the suggestion.
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