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What are you drinking right now?

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by VMan, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. Nantucket Red

    Nantucket Red Well-Known Member

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    The dregs of a glass of Glenlivet that I was too drunk and tired to finish in the wee hours of the morning last night. [​IMG]
     
  2. metkirk

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    Red Headed Slut overhere [​IMG]
     
  3. hopkins_student

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    Chopin Vodka + Tonic + Lime
     
  4. Saucemaster

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    The dregs of a glass of Glenlivet that I was too drunk and tired to finish in the wee hours of the morning last night. [​IMG]

    I've been on Glenlivet all night tonight, starting at home, moving to the bar, all during the (fucking awesome) set of the band I went to see, and now back at home....

    I need to drink some water, or I'm going to be sorry as hell in the morning.
     
  5. drizzt3117

    drizzt3117 Well-Known Member

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    Last night, at a little holiday party, it was Grey Goose/Red Bull. I brought a bottle of GG to the party as it's fairly inoffensive to everyone although it's certainly not my favorite vodka, only to find that three other ppl (out of 12) also brought bottles of GG. Needless to say, it was a long, but fun night.
     
  6. Bandwagonesque

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    I have a Samuel Smith gift pack to polish off tonight. A pint each of oatmeal stout, pale ale and nut brown ale. I have the biggest craving for fish 'n chips and mushy peas right now.
     
  7. denimdestroyedmylife

    denimdestroyedmylife Well-Known Member

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    picked up a case of troeg's mad elf ale. my first beer drive-through. [​IMG]
     
  8. jackmccullough

    jackmccullough Well-Known Member

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    My favorite beverage: Diet Coke.
     
  9. watchman

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    natty light, because beer pong with stout last weekend was brutal.
     
  10. metkirk

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    This is what I got for tonight [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
     
  11. VMan

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    [​IMG] Stopped at a liquor store on martin luther king drive, on the way back from thrifting. had to get this. haven't opened it yet, but have a feeling it will taste like bear.
     
  12. whodini

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    Never heard of Big Bear. Which MLK?

    "If a friend calls you on the telephone and says they're lost on Martin Luther King Boulevard and they want to know what they should do, the best response is 'Run!'"

    Followed by: “I don’t care where you live in America, if you’re on Martin Luther King Boulevard, there’s some violence going on.”

    Gotta love Chris Rock.
     
  13. VMan

    VMan Well-Known Member

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    Which MLK?


    Junior.
     
  14. whodini

    whodini Well-Known Member

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    Oh, that one!

    Thank God there's only a MLK blvd in every city in the US.
     
  15. VMan

    VMan Well-Known Member

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    Oh, that one!

    Thank God there's only a MLK blvd in every city in the US.


    I know, I was just messing around.

    In Milwaukee.
     
  16. mikesduc

    mikesduc Well-Known Member

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    Rogue Dead Guy Ale.
     
  17. LabelKing

    LabelKing Well-Known Member

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    I am drinking a Russian cranberry/raspberry drink.
     
  18. whodini

    whodini Well-Known Member

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    I know, I was just messing around.

    In Milwaukee.

    Ha...jerk. Alice Cooper: Well, I'm a regular visitor here, but Milwaukee has certainly had its share of visitors. The French missionaries and explorers began visiting here in the late 16th century. Pete: Hey, isn't "Milwaukee" an Indian name? Alice Cooper: Yes, Pete, it is. In fact , it's pronounced "mill-e-wah-que" which is Algonquin for "the good land."
     
  19. afaludi

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    Ha...jerk.


    Alice Cooper: Well, I'm a regular visitor here, but Milwaukee has certainly had its share of visitors. The French missionaries and explorers began visiting here in the late 16th century.
    Pete: Hey, isn't "Milwaukee" an Indian name?
    Alice Cooper: Yes, Pete, it is. In fact , it's pronounced "mill-e-wah-que" which is Algonquin for "the good land."

    Wayne's World if Im not mistaken
     
  20. VMan

    VMan Well-Known Member

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    UPDATE:

    The Big Bear was not good. It did the job, though. The Mickey's 40 was much better. Glad I picked that one up as well. I like sampling different varieties, and had to spring for the Big Bear. It was a learning experience.
     

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