Suprise Us

Reverend Blair
#61
Actually I was just typing with a Ukranian accent...my fingers laft my hands so I go to my pick-up truch and open a beer with my wranch.
 
Toro
#62
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

Unfortunately, no. So far I've 1/2 of one beer. I hadn't had any when my fingers laft my hands.

Better get at it then. Its Friday.
 
Reverend Blair
#63
Yup.
 
Said1
#64
Speaking of beer and surprised, I can drink about 12 of the damn things when the mood strikes me.
 
Toro
#65
I can't, not anymore anyways. Even the crappy American mass-produced cooking beer like Bud.
 
Reverend Blair
#66
Quote:

Speaking of beer and surprised, I can drink about 12 of the damn things when the mood strikes me.

yup. Or eighteen. Sometimes a couple dozen. Whatever.
 
Said1
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

Quote:

Speaking of beer and surprised, I can drink about 12 of the damn things when the mood strikes me.

yup. Or eighteen. Sometimes a couple dozen. Whatever.

Exactly, whatever.

Can you grab one for me on the way back from the fridge?
 
Reverend Blair
#68
Certainly...Dark, light, or red?
 
TenPenny
#69
Moosehead India Pale Ale, please. Failing that, a TenPenny would be good.
 
Said1
#70
Quote: Originally Posted by Reverend Blair

Certainly...Dark, light, or red?

Light, cream ale if you got it.
 
Reverend Blair
#71
There might be one in the back of the fridge....I bought some cream ale by accident one night. I can't stomach the stuff myself.

Ah, yeah...here ya go.
 
Jay
#72
I'm having a Canadian Club (12 year) with diet coke...
 
Said1
#73
Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

I'm having a Canadian Club (12 year) with diet coke...

Bad Jay. If you're going to mix CC with anything, it MUST be with gingerale! If there was a CC and gingerale flavoured soda, I would live off it!

And Rev, thanks for the ale! Cheers!
 
Hard-Luck Henry
#74
Did somebody say "ale"? I'll have you know, I'm rather partial to a few ales, on occasion. Oh, hang on ... this is the "surprise us" thread, not the "state the bleedin' obvious" thread.

Sorry.

Do carry on ...
 
Hard-Luck Henry
#75
Quote: Originally Posted by Said1

Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

I'm having a Canadian Club (12 year) with diet coke...

Bad Jay. If you're going to mix CC with anything, it MUST be with gingerale! If there was a CC and gingerale flavoured soda, I would live off it!

And Rev, thanks for the ale! Cheers!

Eek! Ice maybe, but coke, and diet coke at that! Blasphemy. Remember: "Dilute it. Don't pollute it."
 
Reverend Blair
#76
hmmm...reminds me of that old blues tune, "So I took out my Canadian Club and to her surprise..." okay, then I don't remember the words until, "So she said why don't you make like Mr. Chesterfield and satisfy me?"

It's a true work of art, nothing but double entendres based on brand names of cigarettes and booze. I must have that again. I think it's on the Blues Brothers first album, but it was also on something else...something better.

Zen! You've heard most of this stuff.
 
Said1
#77
Quote: Originally Posted by Hard-Luck Henry

Quote: Originally Posted by Said1

Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

I'm having a Canadian Club (12 year) with diet coke...

Bad Jay. If you're going to mix CC with anything, it MUST be with gingerale! If there was a CC and gingerale flavoured soda, I would live off it!

And Rev, thanks for the ale! Cheers!

Eek! Ice maybe, but coke, and diet coke at that! Blasphemy. Remember: "Dilute it. Don't pollute it."

Exactly. It's a dash of gingerale with CC.
 
Reverend Blair
#78
Whiskey, like vengeance, is best straight up and cold.

The last time I saw my Grandma Lucy as herself she served me warm rye (Three Feathers) and tepid water at 9:30 in the morning. It's how I could tell she was still herself. Then I took her out to buy some kolbasa. The guy who sells the meat gave me some warm rye (Three Feathers) and some tepid water.

After I was done dealing with Grandma (trust me...you only ever dealt with Lucy...getting out with your skin was a feat) I went over to my cousin's place. She sat me down at the table and poured me a warm rye (Three Feathers) and put a pitcher of tepid water on the table.

One side of my family always asks why I seem to prefer the other side more. It seems a little petty, and there's a lot more to it, but it might be that they've heard of f*cking ice.
 
TenPenny
#79
But a good scotch needs no ice.....
 
Reverend Blair
#80
Yup. But if you visit my relatives you're getting a glass (about four ounces...they use juice glasses) of the cheapest rye there is. No ice.
 
manda
#81
mmmm....beer...mmmm....whisky, mmmmm....chasing whisky with beer
 

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