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Old 03-02-2007, 01:56 PM   #31
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Oh my gosh.... I TOTALLY remember Shamrock shakes from McDonalds when I was little.

That's too funny...

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Old 03-02-2007, 02:42 PM   #32
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what about a shandy? its half beer and half lemonade.

Also, don't forget about hard cider. When I was in Ireland the Bulmer's did me in. One barkeep told me she would only serve me 2 Bulmer's because it was "lunatic soup". Its a very strong Irish cider.
hmm, i'll have to try it with lemonade sometime. most of the shandys that i've seen were 50/50 beer and 7up. it's a good bartender's drink, since it's slow to get you drunk, being diluted.

only 2 bullmer's? (aka magner's irish cider).
toots, i've been known to toss back a dozen or so, and then pay the piper the next day.

it's not for those with g.e.r.d. or other acidy stomach problems. and it cleans the pipes all the way through.

lol about lunatic soup. a friend from co. down calls ireland "an open air asylum".
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Old 03-02-2007, 02:46 PM   #33
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hmm, i'll have to try it with lemonade sometime. most of the shandys that i've seen were 50/50 beer and 7up. it's a good bartender's drink, since it's slow to get you drunk, being diluted.
I think that "lemonade" in the UK means what we would call 7-Up or Sprite in North America.
Anybody confirm that?
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