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Old 07-05-2015, 09:08 PM   #11
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Admitted coffee and tea snobs here too.
wine snobs here, wife & I have our standards ,, under $12.00 & over 14.5 % ALC
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wine snobs here, wife & I have our standards ,, under $12.00 & over 14.5 % ALC
well, that knocks Boone's Farm & Ripple out....
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well, that knocks Boone's Farm & Ripple out....
For special occasion we'll go as high as $13.50, And bring out the good plastic
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For special occasion we'll go as high as $13.50, And bring out the good plastic
plastic is for rich folks.....
gotta use empty sonic cup here
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Sounds like my kinda people
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wine snobs here, wife & I have our standards ,, under $12.00 & over 14.5 % ALC
I'll set aside some 20/20 for you!

Where my better half is from they have their own fine local spirit...
Have you ever heard of Buckfast? Its a Scottish delight. Made in England, actually but its the unofficial drink of Scots. Imagine Boones but fortified with caffeine and "vitamins" and made by "monks".




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Sounds like my kinda people
used to party with a guy at a local state park, that would ONLY drink out of styrofoam cups with a long "pinky" nail....
If park ranger shows up, pinky nail pokes hole in cup and and he was not drinking a beer in a cup, because the cup was empty!


come to think of it..... remembering the guy, I think the long pinky nail was his coke spoon too
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I'll set aside some 20/20 for you!

Where my better half is from they have their own fine local spirit...
Have you ever heard of Buckfast? Its a Scottish delight. Made in England, actually but its the unofficial drink of Scots. Imagine Boones but fortified with caffeine and "vitamins" and made by "monks".




No never drank Buckfast but my wife is first generation born in America Italian & up until a year ago when her father past away that man made some killer wine
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I love the faucet idea, but don't those knobs come in blue & RED? How we suppose to know the hot from the cold?

I have that roaster pan in fact I got two....the second one is huge and beige enamel for a turkey. Now that would make a perfect sink. I wonder how easy that would be to plumb out?
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I love the faucet idea, but don't those knobs come in blue & RED? How we suppose to know the hot from the cold?
They do!

I mentioned that to [points---->] but she said "nope". She wanted black and white, so thats what it is now. What do I know??
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