That's if you drink. If not? It's fine. Just curious as to what people like.
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I'm curious to try absinthe, I want a visit from the green fairy.
I've heard some stories about that stuff but haven't tried it either.
I won't say no to a Long Island iced tea.
Moonshine, though like Sunny, I've always wanted to try Absinthe.
Arsenic....but I'll give it a miss...
A 'dirty' vodka martini, with a modicum of vermouth.
The Kickin Chicken.
I'll have a glass of red wine occasionally but only if it's alcohol content is under about 13.5%
That's because you can't drink anything in Australia. Everything simply goes straight down to your heads. Gravity, mate.
Haha that’s just how it feels to me actually
Whatever you're buying
A drink as in cocktail? Well... As our resident dentist pointed out, absinthe is the key. A friend of mine invented a drink that he calls the Moose-slaughterer, which is basically just absinthe and orange juice. It... Works. Even too well.
I try to stay classy or at least tried, until I drank half of my other pal's absinthe bottle - imported from Bulgaria (dentists everywhere!) - in five minutes straight and was quite drunk for the next five hours. I did pay for it, both in money and a horrible hangover, afterwards.
I am celebrating 18 months right now of being sober and enjoying every day of it.
Good for you! Be proud of yourself!
Oh I am very proud of myself for this one because it wasn't an easy battle.
I'm sure it wasn't but you have done it! You should be proud of yourself!
Whatever I may feel in the mood to try. Generally I don't go stronger than beer or wine. Had enough of the potent stuff in my yough to last me a lifetime.
I am not drinking much or often, but there were, of course, some special occasions. I don't remember which was the strongest drink - perhaps vodka.
This kind of Korean bomb was also a funny experience, though we were not that many:
Our combination was a mixture of beer and Burbon - lol.
Liqour Lava dell Etna served before I was sacrificed to Mt Etna,silly Italians.
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