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Old 10-26-2013, 12:25 PM   #5279
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Now that's what friends are for! "Waste" good booze on? Wayne you tight wad..... thank goodness we can count on Earlene!
Who would ever have thought marshmallow cream and vodka would ever be used in a sentence including the words "good booze"?

Was never a fan of the screwdriver as it always seemed to be a waste of two perfectly good drinks. Guess I will have to try one and see. I do think a adding it to a load of ice and a spin in the Vitamix might make a nice summer cooler. Although I am partial to the frozen margarita or traditional gin and tonic. Even a frozen fuzzy navel is a great summer concoction.
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Who would ever have thought marshmallow cream and vodka would ever be used in a sentence including the words "good booze"?

Was never a fan of the screwdriver as it always seemed to be a waste of two perfectly good drinks. Guess I will have to try one and see. I do think a adding it to a load of ice and a spin in the Vitamix might make a nice summer cooler. Although I am partial to the frozen margarita or traditional gin and tonic. Even a frozen fuzzy navel is a great summer concoction.

Hey Steve,

That may all be well and good, but its hard to beat a good Salty Dog, or Gimlet or even a smooth Dirty Martini, or for simplicity Crown on the rocks with a splash of water, errrmmmmm two fingers worth.

Cheers !!!
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Hey Steve, That may all be well and good, but its hard to beat a good Salty Dog, or Gimlet or even a smooth Dirty Martini, or for simplicity Crown on the rocks with a splash of water, errrmmmmm two fingers worth. Cheers !!!
I have had nearly every alcohol beverage known to mankind. Bartenders in the family.
When I found good KY Bourbon, the experimentation era was pretty much over for me. But I still try stuff, if offered.
Should be a very flavorful GC, me thinks!
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I have had nearly every alcohol beverage known to mankind. Bartenders in the family.
When I found good KY Bourbon, the experimentation era was pretty much over for me. But I still try stuff, if offered.
Should be a very flavorful GC, me thinks!
I'm pretty much in the same camp Daven - but have a thing for single malts as well. But there are times when a a change of pace is nice. Like the Hurricane and Mardi Gras or the Mint Julep on Derby Day or the GC @ CL. But for sure - the search is over. But like intermission at the movies - I can stretch my legs at the bar of goodness. Spiked watermelon - jello shots - every now and then - Would not be a rainbow if it were one color.

Jeff - I had to give up on grapefruit juice so no more Salty Dogs. Sounds like we need to add Advil to the antacid cabinet for GC!
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I'm pretty much in the same camp Daven - but have a thing for single malts as well. But there are times when a a change of pace is nice. Like the Hurricane and Mardi Gras or the Mint Julep on Derby Day or the GC @ CL. But for sure - the search is over. But like intermission at the movies - I can stretch my legs at the bar of goodness. Spiked watermelon - jello shots - every now and then - Would not be a rainbow if it were one color.

Jeff - I had to give up on grapefruit juice so no more Salty Dogs. Sounds like we need to add Advil to the antacid cabinet for GC!
Steve !!!

I did forget about the good single malts as well, Johnney Walker Black is a favorite, or better yet Johnney Walker Blue, perhaps a GlenLivet nothing like a scotch to keep things on an even keel. Ok I must admit the Salty
Dogs and Gimlets are Marcias choice and lets not leave out a nice red or white wine.

I am an even opportunity drinker, errrrmmmmm sipper, geeeessshhhhh i dont want to give anyone the wrong impression of the variety of adult beverages I can enjoy.

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Hahahaha Herb I can almost guarantee you he was laughing like a school boy when typed that one out, I bet he was trying to get your goat and found the whole herd .... .... Now correct me if I'm wrong, but I was always under the impression that two fingers was acquired by making a fist and then extending your pinky finger and your forefinger leaving the two middle fingers still tucked in and that afforded you a two finger measure, ermmmmm yes or no? Cheers !!!
Yep PT you got it right.... Sounds good to me! LOL I know Wayne is full of it and Earlene confirmed it so we have fun pickin at each other cause it takes one to know one. Haha:-)
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Man are you ever lucky that Sena hasn't yet learned to read................/QUOTE]

You could keep her busy for hours. Put her in front of a typewriter (you do know what those are, right?) and in time she'll write her first masterpiece.
If only she had a longer attention span. Capuchin monkeys are like perpetual 2 year olds. You get all the fun stuff plus diapers, temper tantrums and constant mess from dropped food. All this in an 8 pound package that lives 35-40 years.
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If only she had a longer attention span. Capuchin monkeys are like perpetual 2 year olds. You get all the fun stuff plus diapers, temper tantrums and constant mess from dropped food. All this in an 8 pound package that lives 35-40 years.
My life's not complicated enough. Where can I get one of those....?
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And now for something completely different.

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With the Location being Somewhere, BC.

It proves Southern Red Necks are everywhere.
Even if we never see that much snow.
Just add duct aka duck tape,

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I have a wish to try something from an old saying I read once. A person from the north country (Canada or Minnesota) ties a snow shovel to the grill of their motorhome and starts driving south. When you get to a place where someone asks you "What's that stuck to the front of your RV?" you know you are far enough south.
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ROFLMAO!!

Sena has added a level of complexity to my life that has many people questioning my sanity. One thing about Sena is she always makes sure I get out of bed every morning. She wakes up starving. Once she has consumed or rejected the non-perishables that I set out the night before, she turns to the frig for a fresh supply. She can't open it, due to the bungee cord closure, but she gets her point across quite emphatically. GIVE ME FOOD NOW!
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I can imaging the gibberish that sounds like. I'll pass.
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I have had nearly every alcohol beverage known to mankind. Bartenders in the family.
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Should be a very flavorful GC, me thinks!
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