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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    You kept yer shoes on for the first pic and the stubby of beerlao dark got my attention. But the next pic. Omg the slipper shot with a Leo . Fooking traumatised now. What has been seen cannot be unseen.
    You can Thank Mendy for that BLD. I was enjoying a BeerLao Dark in my hammock and then comes Mendy with his Hobbit feet and broken Big C Adda slippers.

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    Thems urgly feets . . . even affects the guy on TV


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    ^I would say Chitty's feet are ahead by a length on most of the pasty plates on display on the DOOR this week


    Brut is the manliest and driest of champagnes and will put hairs on your chest (and your hobbit feet)

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    This is XH903 which you can still see, smell, touch and even lick at the Jet Age museum in Gloucester (on loan from the Royal Air Force Museum)

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Thems urgly feets . . . even affects the guy on TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    ^I would say Chitty's feet are ahead by a length on most of the pasty plates on display on the DOOR this week
    Yet no one has mentioned that record breaking monster item between my legs

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    I have no intention of peering closely at anything between your manky legs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Yet no one has mentioned that record breaking monster item between my legs
    no idea what the darts players name is but he's an ugly fucker.

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    Happy Friday,

    After a busy day just winding it down sitting at the pool bar enjoying some Don Pilar Anejo Tequila.

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    from the year 2048!

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    I call that dodgy dago grog and raise you a Leo on ice with Hong Thong chaser!


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    a bit early yet, no idea what its like but had to give it a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post


    Happy Friday,

    After a busy day just winding it down sitting at the pool bar enjoying some Don Pilar Anejo Tequila.

    Appears to have a fruity manner.
    I'd go back to Tequila tout suite!!

    Where was it in CM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    a bit early yet, no idea what its like but had to give it a go

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    Expect the worst, hope for the best. That's my motto.

    And always keep a box of Mont Clair for emergencies.

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    I have a 2019 Bordeaux Superieur in case Norts lets me down or in case its so nice it disappears too quickly, anyway i have contingency plans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Where was it in CM?
    That was a selection I have been slowly enjoying from my US stock. If you are in the states, take a look online. I am pretty sure you can track down a bottle.

    And FWIIW, it's absolutely outstanding. I could clear that bottle in a couple of days but I am showing constraint.

    Cheers

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    I would nevet dream of drinking Teqila alone, or even out and about with company. I won't touch that stuff.

    This all stems from nearly being arrested in Singapore one night many years ago and later waking up with an Indonesian hooker... who I had no idea who she was or how she got there... and she wasn't nice.

    Each to their own of course, but why Tequila?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    but why Tequila?
    Well firstly years back Tequila was a pretty harsh liquor, especially Mezcal ( worm in the bottle). Similar to that paint thinner you drink called Ya Dong. I had many a bender in Rosarito and Ensenada Mexico in my college days there and woke up with a few Mexican gals who I didn't know their names and wondered if I was going to get shot before I got back over the border.

    However as time has gone on like many spirits they have become extremely complex and refined. The Anejo pictured if you read the bottle was distilled and aged in American White Oak barrels then a French Limousine barrel. If you drank this you would enjoy it. It has an incredibly nice nose and very fruity Agave taste. This is not a Shot glass, lime, salt chaser to avoid gagging Tequila of days past. Same goes for Bourbon, Whiskey etc they are incredibly good to drink and enjoy. If you have to "chase" a booze with something else to avoid the taste, you are drinking terrible liquor.

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    Can't beat Spoons prices

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    stay away from DoomBar and Abbots

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    Had no ya dong so had to settle for a Couple of Tequila shots



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    I too have been there on the Mezcal, got arrested for jumping on a police car and ripping its wiper blades off, after i'd dropped the bottle and was fishing around trying to pick up the worm - cut my fingers to sheds. The coppers weren't happy having to take me to A&E to get bandaged. I got left off with a caution as they sympathised with me being 15.

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    I don't drink spirits except Gin at all now, gave up 20 years ago, just don't see the point of all those brown cancer agents
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    Well firstly years back Tequila was a pretty harsh liquor, especially Mezcal ( worm in the bottle). Similar to that paint thinner you drink called Ya Dong. I had many a bender in Rosarito and Ensenada Mexico in my college days there and woke up with a few Mexican gals who I didn't know their names and wondered if I was going to get shot before I got back over the border.

    However as time has gone on like many spirits they have become extremely complex and refined. The Anejo pictured if you read the bottle was distilled and aged in American White Oak barrels then a French Limousine barrel. If you drank this you would enjoy it. It has an incredibly nice nose and very fruity Agave taste. This is not a Shot glass, lime, salt chaser to avoid gagging Tequila of days past. Same goes for Bourbon, Whiskey etc they are incredibly good to drink and enjoy. If you have to "chase" a booze with something else to avoid the taste, you are drinking terrible liquor.

    What would one chase rotgutbrandy with? Asking for a friend…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reg Dingle View Post
    Had no ya dong so had to settle for a Couple of Tequila shots


    You didn't have a pint of 'Bitter & Twisted?'

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    I bet he has a snowball later or a babycham

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    ^ I notice that he buys two different pints at a time, while reading 'Instagram tips to make believe you have friends'

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