Drinking About My Baby....

Does exactly what it says on the tin. Some of the nonsense contained herein may be very loosely related to The Sisters of Mercy, but I wouldn't bet your PayPal account on it. In keeping with the internet's general theme nothing written here should be taken as Gospel: over three quarters of it is utter gibberish, and most of the forum's denizens haven't spoken to another human being face-to-face for decades. Don't worry your pretty little heads about it. Above all else, remember this: You don't have to stay forever. I will understand.
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onto bottle nombre twa of the Wolf Blaast! Yellow Label 2009 and damn tasty it is too :D
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We all became straightedge as a New Year's resolution?

More coffee for me, and some somehow-in-season watermelon. I dread the consequences for the rest of the day.
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have a banana ;D
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Cobra and white wine (separately).

Given the fact I need to be up in 3 hours and 10 mins to go to London, it's starting to seem a bit silly that I'm continuing.
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A bottle of Purdeys - my drink of choice after a big swim.

Weird taste but does the job!
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peroni ,peroni and more peroni !!
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I killed off the last half of the Cuervo earlier
and polished off the last half of my Sailor Jerry's Rum.
(Although, I did share some shots of the latter)

Now home again,
Now sober again.

Now nursing a bit of apple juice.
While my head clears a bit before bed.
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Irn Bru.
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anti~freeze
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Orange Gatorade.
...and some of us wandered off entirely on purpose.
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jaikie
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James Blast wrote:jaikie
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too much hair
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Milford tea- cherry and banana
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Vodka and ribena.
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By the Boulevard Brewing Co. I'm generally not a fan of the style, but this is simply divine. Divine
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double espresso with milk and brown sugar ... strong, sweet and hot ... nice ... ;D ;D ;D ...
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Cold coffee.

I didn't realise it was cold until it was halfway down my throat of course. :lol:
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markfiend wrote:Cold coffee.

I didn't realise it was cold until it was halfway down my throat of course. :lol:
... that reminds me of Feb 16th, when Starbucks on Briggate managed to sell me some Iced Caffe Latte ... :eek: :lol: ...

Well, on the bench in the sunshine it was tasty enough for the moment ... :lol: 8) ... had to have a real hot one afterwards, however ... :lol: ;D ...
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markfiend wrote:Cold coffee.
ah, a staple in my diet!

i always forget to drink my coffee when it's nice and hot, then i go and make a fresh cup. repeat cycle a couple of times and hey presto, you've got at least 3 cups of coffee lying around, all but one cold. guess which one i manage to reach for half the time :roll:

i don't really mind it as long as it's just cold coffee (i actually quite like it). it's another story when it's cold coffee laced with ash, because i'm one of those mingers who are very liberal about the use of random household objects as ashtrays :oops: :lol:

@Being645 re: Iced Caffe Latte - i sincerely hope you got over the trauma. i don't think i ever could.
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LouLou wrote: @Being645 re: Iced Caffe Latte - i sincerely hope you got over the trauma. i don't think i ever could.
... it was in fact lovely, should however come way better in summer ... :lol: ...
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