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Old 05-29-2004, 11:10 PM   #21
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Any good ideas for the Memorial Day holiday??? Im kinda hoping folks not from America might have a special elixer!!
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Old 05-30-2004, 04:25 AM   #22
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My favourite non alcoholic drink is lime cordial with lemonade and a splash of angostura bitters, very refreshing, even my beer drinking other half likes it.

For alcoholic drinks I don't like beer, unless it is a really hot day and I have been very busy, like mowing the lawn, then I slump like homer simpson on the couch and drink Cascade Premium lager when in Australia, or Stella Artois in England. The only time I have really loved beer is in Amsterdam, the proper Heinekin drank in a brown cafe.

I like cocktails as well. I went to a great cocktail bar in melbourne called Ginger, the cocktail menu is 6 pages long. I had one with Quince liqeur which was amazing.

No one has shared the most embarrassing thing they have done when drunk so I'm not going to either!!!!
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Old 05-30-2004, 11:49 AM   #23
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Me and hubbie love REAL ENGLISH ALE !..
But as soft drinks go he love s chilled tonic water (low cal :) )









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Any good ideas for the Memorial Day holiday??? Well, beer is always a favorite. But what about something thats cold.... wont make you SMASHED.... and is tasty?? Im kinda hoping folks not from America might have a special elixer!!
Corona, with A lime wedge stuffed inside the bottle. A friend told me to add A shot of 'Bacardi limon' to my Corona once. I imagine one would get hammered, if you do this all day.
Skyy vodka and lemonade on the rocks is A good one on A hot summer day.
Bacardi limon & 7-up over ice??mmmmmmmm
Best beer I EVER had, was Hieneken on tap! Oh man, I'm gettin thirsty

Hey Sushi, how's your hangover treating you?? When I called you the other day,I had know idea that you spoke the "fluent martion" language!!!!(just kidding!)LOL!hahahahha. Anyway have A great weakend Sushi.
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Old 05-31-2004, 12:10 AM   #25
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Well, the hangover is GONE!!!! I feel normal now. Thank God. Thanks for asking! :D
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Old 05-31-2004, 08:28 PM   #26
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Kyles... I love you! I made that drink you are talking about. I bought the lime cordial. Its REALLY hard to find... and it set me back $23. But its really really good!!!! :D Thanks for the suggestion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 05-31-2004, 10:19 PM   #27
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HOLY COW Sushi!!! $23!!!! I can get it here for $6...and that is Canadian! Want me to send you some? Got to be cheaper even with the postage. My favorite non alcoholic drink is very boring...distilled water. I know...what a dork. As for my favourite alcoholic beverages well the list is considerably longer. If I am lazy I am into Smirnoff Ice which tastes very different here than it does in the US...not sure why...just know it is true. I like to have a nice gin and tonic when I am not lazy and throw in a big slice of lemon mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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Old 06-01-2004, 02:48 PM   #28
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Here in our house the main choice of alcohol is Coors LIght,,,,,,I am more into trying different things then my huhbby and if you dare to open a bottle of Kalhua and Vodka....I'm gone...mmmm nummy Paralyzers are the best of all...and if short on Vodka I just kick back with a Brown Cow.
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Old 06-01-2004, 05:55 PM   #29
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I'm so glad you like it, I can't believe the cost of the lime cordial. You could make your own for much less than that!!!! I am trying to teach the bar men of England that drink, all the bars and pubs in Australia sell it.

Oh and don't get me going on Kahlua, I love it!!! Kahlua and coke though is not good, the double caffeine hit is a killer!
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DID SOMEONE SAY POISON,WELL THERE'S SOUTHERN COMFORT,OR MAILBU RUM,OR CHAMPAGNE,OR GREY GOOSE VODKA,OR AMERETTO D'SONORO,OR BLACKBERRY MERLOT,OR WHITE ZINFANDEL,OR ANYTHING WONDERFULLY MIXED WITH ALOT OF BOOZE.
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