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Old 01-25-2013, 08:17 PM   #161
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Old 06-10-2013, 04:08 AM   #162
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A decent value 10yr or 12yr Highland Single Malt Scotch
Bourbon & Diet Soda (non aspartame stuff)
Vodka Tonic (non HFCS stuff)
Gin Tonic (non HFCS stuff)
Anejo Tequila 100% Agave
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Old 06-10-2013, 07:16 AM   #163
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I don't drink any more for several reasons. Used to drink Seagram's''V.O.'' Here's my favorite cocktail . Put bottle of ''V.O.'' in the freezer with two glasses. Remove bottle and one glass in one hour and fill to desired level. Put bottle back in the freezer, sip glass slowly till empty then repeat process over again with second cold glass, then remove bottle again and so on. [Hint avoid ice cubes for fear of dilution.] Also can remember using ''Chivas Regal'' the same way for a nice change. Understand original ''V.O.'' not made by the same company and is not 86 Proof anymore. Is now 80 Proof like ''Crown Royal''. Didn't some famous bourbon company like like'' Makers Mark'' also try to lower the proof unsuccessfully because of public outcry?
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Old 06-10-2013, 05:35 PM   #164
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Seagrams VO is a Canadian Whiskey
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Old 06-10-2013, 10:45 PM   #165
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Old 06-11-2013, 09:06 AM   #166
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A nice tall of glass of ice cold milk.
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Old 06-11-2013, 09:13 AM   #167
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Water, Water, V-8, Coffee, Water, Water, Water, Water
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Old 06-11-2013, 09:37 AM   #168
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Water, Water, V-8, Coffee, Water, Water, Water, Water
I know, know, know. Everytime I have to go to the hospital they take just one look at me in the ambulance and immediately start an IV. I doubt I had even eight ounces of water last week. Or the weeks before. I try, but I just don't like the taste of it unless it is ice cold. I do love to eat crushed ice. Maybe that is the answer to my problem. Make crushed ice. My FP does a great job breaking it up to a size suitable for my small mouth. (Never mind the cracks. I can get a doctors note saying I have a small mouth.) Now I will have to find a place in the freezer for the ice cube trays.
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I know, know, know. Everytime I have to go to the hospital they take just one look at me in the ambulance and immediately start an IV. I doubt I had even eight ounces of water last week. Or the weeks before. I try, but I just don't like the taste of it unless it is ice cold. I do love to eat crushed ice. Maybe that is the answer to my problem. Make crushed ice. My FP does a great job breaking it up to a size suitable for my small mouth. (Never mind the cracks. I can get a doctors note saying I have a small mouth.) Now I will have to find a place in the freezer for the ice cube trays.
I wasn't nagging...well not much! Just saying what I have during the day.
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I wasn't nagging...well not much! Just saying what I have during the day.
I know. But every time I hear the word 'water' the guilt kicks in.
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