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Posted: 11-Mar-2008, 12:15 PM
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Ahh, many a man has seen his days of drinking come to end.
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Did you now the British Navy stopped issueing daily rum allotments only in the 1970's. Long tradition.


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Posted: 11-Mar-2008, 12:18 PM
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Due to the consistent belief in and practice of Moderation, I have only been drunk 2 times in my life, and yet I drink Scotch however I do not drink to excess.


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Posted: 11-Mar-2008, 05:03 PM
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QUOTE (maggiemahone1 @ 15-Nov-2007, 11:36 PM)
II switched from Folgers to Maxwell House...I prefer the medium roasted. 
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is folgers and maxwell house still considered coffee???laugh.gif
i start the day off with a cup or two of some nice french roast....

liquor wise i like scotch single malt... from easter to thanksgiving... then
a nice VSOP brandy thanksgiving to easter....

beer i like mico brews or imported mostly guinness harp smithwicks etc.....

druid.... i agree dont remember when i was drunk last.... i might get a buzz but havent been drunk since i was a teen...

i dont drink enough water... i gotta get on that i am starting dehydrate.... beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif beer_mug.gif


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Posted: 12-Mar-2008, 07:21 AM
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Which do you prefer? What flavor/type do you drink?
Whether it is in the morning, afternoon or evening.


Morning: cappuccino, or tea

Afternoon: tea

Evening: Guinness, or perhaps a few fingers of 10 yr. Laphroig. If a special occasion, 16 yr. Lagavulin.

Good thing about being a piper's wife; he can express his undying love and affection for a sixteen year old and you don't become unduly alarmed (and when you overhear him referring to "the auld bag", you know he's not talking about you).


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Posted: 12-Mar-2008, 09:09 AM
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Emmet, excellent choices

dundee, you are like me I have a tendency to drink cognac, brandy and such during the colder months and was for many years a scotch drinker but have found myself lately leaning to Irish more often .

Druid of Ark, Moderation in all things is a great philosophy for life. I have been drunk 3 times in 30 years, about every 10 years I forget what it is like and then regret it for the next 10 and promptly forget again!!

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I havent been drunk since I was about 17, never want to again as I tend to make a fool out of myself. So now, I prefer Chai, or, maybe on rare occasions, Meade.


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Been on the wagon for 36 years. Love my Pepsi.

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I'm not a huge coffee or tea drinker, though I will have a cup or two of each a week - whether I really need them or not! I won a contest that gave me $50 of special tea from a shop in the San fransisco area and it is really something nice.

As to being drunk, I can't say that I've tried in a very long time but as a younger fella I could put away an awful lot of booze without it affecting me. Now, I'm not so stupid to think that I could have driven or anything but my friends used to say that I was the same at the end of the evening as I was at the beginning.

I don't often drink alcohol anymore but my favourite is Irish Mist. I also enjoy Bailey's and the occassional Guiness - just to keep up manly appearances, don't you know?

As a diabetic I most often have a diet pop, water, Crystal Light and, yes once in a blue moon sugar free Kool-aid! My child within still likes grape and who am I to deny the boy much of anything? wink.gif


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Posted: 18-Mar-2008, 06:15 AM
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As for a cup of Tea Earl Grey is grand in the morning I am having some now.
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Posted: 18-Mar-2008, 09:24 AM
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i dont drink enough water... i gotta get on that i am starting dehydrate....       



I don't trust water that hasn't been purified with coffee grounds or barley! tongue.gif


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Posted: 18-Mar-2008, 10:28 AM
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It is my understanding that alcohol will kill all the germs in water. rolleyes.gif beer_mug.gif
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Posted: 18-Mar-2008, 02:53 PM
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Alcohol is used in hospitals to kill germs, and so I figure it is good. But Doctors say that alcohol is bad for the health...however there are more old Alcoholics than Old Doctors, could there be a correlation there.
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Dark coffee in the mornings.....usually expirement with different flavors.

Iced tea during the day.

Beer in the evening...(Guiness, Newcastle, Bass typically). Some of the darker micro-brews that Sam Adams is coming out with are fairly good.

Hot tea in the late evenings.....if the beer hasn't taken up all of the space.

Although on eof my favorite after-dinner drinks is a good Port.


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In the morning I like to have coffee.

During the day mostly water or herbal tea like heather or camomille and water at supper time and after supper sometimes,like now before bedtime I sip a scotch (Ballantine's) with ice. O.K O.K I know this is a sacrilege...but I admit being a ninny.So what! tongue.gif


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