What are you drinking right now?

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

  1. IndianBoyz

    IndianBoyz Senior member

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    Many things
    Then why do you post mainly in the 'dumb threads' section?
     
  2. Johnny_5

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    I dont. Get your facts straight.
     
  3. IndianBoyz

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    Judging you on the content of your threads, you're actually not worth all this attention. I suggest starting a couple of more, maybe you'll get the recognition you're craving for. By all means, don't talk to me.
     
  4. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    Shit, I thought I added you to my ignore list. Lemme try again.
     
  5. IndianBoyz

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    Try again, then check out out some more threads in the streetwear section, so you can feel really good about yourself wandering the streets in your local housing projects..
     
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    ama Senior member

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    Last night my friend and I shared some Macallan 18 yo distilled in 1979 and bottled in 1997. Night compared to recent versions. The sherry in this one was incredible. Raisins, figs, cloves and chocolate were all over the nose and palate of this one. It was a real treat.
     
  7. Aaron01

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    Last night my friend and I shared some Macallan 18 yo distilled in 1979 and bottled in 1997. Night compared to recent versions. The sherry in this one was incredible. Raisins, figs, cloves and chocolate were all over the nose and palate of this one. It was a real treat.

    Sounds marvelous [​IMG]
     
  8. Alter

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    Last night my friend and I shared some Macallan 18 yo distilled in 1979 and bottled in 1997. Night compared to recent versions. The sherry in this one was incredible. Raisins, figs, cloves and chocolate were all over the nose and palate of this one. It was a real treat.

    Mmmmmm....that does sound wonderful.

    I had some Rogue Ale micro-brews. Tasty stuff!
     
  9. UrbanComposition

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    Mmmmmm....that does sound wonderful.

    I had some Rogue Ale micro-brews. Tasty stuff!

    Which ones? They have about 3 or 4 dozen, some OK, some really good.
     
  10. impolyt_one

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    I can pick it up at the restaurant. will trade for leather jacket.

    ... I don't want to try it that badly. [​IMG] If you send me a heartfelt styleforum-approved drink set (don't forget the Chartreuse and Luxardo) then I might reconsider opening the leather jacket vault...
     
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    Been drinking a lot of Maker's Mark and Cokes lately. in place of lunches.
     
  12. Rambo

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    ... I don't want to try it that badly. [​IMG] If you send me a heartfelt styleforum-approved drink set (don't forget the Chartreuse and Luxardo) then I might reconsider opening the leather jacket vault...
    Eh. Are we talking Huntsman approved or not? Because I don't think there is a box big enough for me to ship you all of that.
     
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    Which ones? They have about 3 or 4 dozen, some OK, some really good.

    Cap'n Sig's Northwestern Ale.
     
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    Pendennis Club, a lovely drink.
     
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    Glenfiddich 15yr
     

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