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What's in your glass?

Discussion in 'suburban75' started by sojourner, Jul 26, 2008.

  1. sheothebudworths

    sheothebudworths Up the bum - no babies!!!

    Nice one, weeps! WELL DONE for going! :cool:
     
  2. weepiper

    weepiper eb slootly non verbal

    It was a totally informal chat with an admissions bod just to see whether they think it's a ridiculous idea and I shouldn't even be thinking about it as a single parent. I've got a better idea of what I'd be letting myself in for and what I need to have a good chance of being accepted and I'm not put off it for next year :)
     
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  3. Global Stoner

    Global Stoner baseline neural therapy

    Kingstone Press Dry Cider was on 4 660ml bottles for a fiver in my local spa, which is normally silly expensive! :cool:

    Sipping a few to celebrate pay day before I work out how skint I still am.
     
  4. Greebo

    Greebo Laquelle lettre de "non" n'as tu pas compris?

    coconut water
     
  5. blairsh

    blairsh frozen mixed vegetable cocks

    Mount Gay.

    Eleven hour day today, tomorrow and then a twelve hour day starting at 5 on Friday :( rum is essential.
     
  6. B0B2oo9

    B0B2oo9 You're all Gay

  7. red rose

    red rose Fee-Ai-Esh-See-Oh

    Having just finished my third 12 hour shift in a row, and considering I need to be in at 7am tomorrow, I am inclined to agree.
     
  8. gentlegreen

    gentlegreen ¡Nadie espera a la babosa española!

    I rather like this one - about £6 a bottle from Morrisons - masses of fruit - but complex - almost clarety - though less refined.
    The manufacturer suggests it could improve with a few years' rest, and I suspect I may give it a go.

    La Châsse Winemaker’s Selection Côtes du Rhône.

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    A shame Morrison's is at a point on my commute where I'm in full sprint-mode...
    I've now tried 3 of their wines and this is a second one I will buy again.
    http://www.lachassewines.com/our-wines/wine/7
     
  9. Greebo

    Greebo Laquelle lettre de "non" n'as tu pas compris?

    Water and coconut water
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  10. sojourner

    sojourner Lord of the Ponce

    Nowt now, but in approx 10 mins, homebrewed Chardonnay, and VERY nice it is too :cool:
     
  11. gentlegreen

    gentlegreen ¡Nadie espera a la babosa española!

    Tesco Finest Cotes du Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu

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    When I opened it yesterday it was high tannin, slightly acidic/astringent, but pleasant all the same.
    Today it's rounded off, the fruit is more "red" and full.
    I'll definitely try this one again - about £7 I think.
     
  12. Voley

    Voley And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go ...

    Bacardi Oakheart. New one on me this, quite nice. Think I prefer Morgans Spiced but it's a nice drop. Bit of diet coke with it and ice.
     
  13. moose

    moose with the voice of Roger Tilling

    Cotes du Rhone, thanks to that gentlegreen.

    Just been given some Lamb's spiced, NVP.
    Not sure how I'll go on with it as I find them all a bit too much of a vanilla-y muchness. :hmm: Prefer my rum like my vole primers - naked! :D
     
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  14. Voley

    Voley And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go ...

    Ice cold Stella to wash down a violently chilli-rich Thai meal. I used Super-Naga Chillies and it's totally volcanic. What I like about trying to stop chilli-burn with lager is that it doesn't work. :D You get a moment of cold lagery relief and then the chillies come back at you tenfold. I swear I'm a masochist for this shit. :D
     
  15. weepiper

    weepiper eb slootly non verbal

    Franks alcoholic ginger beer. Not bad but I think I prefer Crabbie's
     
  16. gentlegreen

    gentlegreen ¡Nadie espera a la babosa española!

    fleurie.jpg

    Fleurie - technically a Beaujolais - very nice straight out of the bottle. Fruity and well rounded.
    Another wine at about £7.
     
  17. Mrs Magpie

    Mrs Magpie On a bit of break...

    Sainsbury's Basics rum and Rubicon passion fruit juice.
     
  18. Voley

    Voley And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go ...

    I'm getting into this Bacardi Oakheart stuff. It's nicer straight up with ice I've found. Still prefer Morgan's Spiced overall though.
     
  19. Voley

    Voley And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go ...

    On me second pint of Stella.
     
  20. Mrs Magpie

    Mrs Magpie On a bit of break...

    Elderflower cordial. Summery and lovely.
     
  21. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055

    Coffee, for now..
     
  22. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Untermensch, and proud!

    A & W root beer.
     
  23. wayward bob

    wayward bob official sideboard pervert

    krony. figured after two booze free days i've earned one ;)
     
  24. Greebo

    Greebo Laquelle lettre de "non" n'as tu pas compris?

    margarita
     
  25. QueenOfGoths

    QueenOfGoths Black puddings very black today, Mother!

    Tea at the moment but I have my eye on a bottle of wheat beer later :cool:
     
  26. wayward bob

    wayward bob official sideboard pervert

    i could kill for a mojito atm :hmm:
     
  27. Mrs Magpie

    Mrs Magpie On a bit of break...

    Elderflower cordial, again. I really do love it.
     
  28. blairsh

    blairsh frozen mixed vegetable cocks

    Strongbow. All i can get when i'm boozeless late on Sunday, cold as fuck at least :cool:
     
  29. Voley

    Voley And a rovin' a rovin' a rovin' I'll go ...

    I seem to have slowly worked my way through half a bottle of gin this afternoon. Most pleasant.
     
  30. TruXta

    TruXta Tired of this

    Heineken. Might have a G&T now.
     

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