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Old 09-08-2016, 12:56 PM   #11
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The drunker I stand here, the longer I get.

Crown is nice stuff, man!
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Old 09-08-2016, 01:00 PM   #12
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I was given a bottle of this stuff a couple weeks ago. I like it a LOT.
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Old 09-08-2016, 01:10 PM   #13
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I love crown!!!!!!!!! its really the only alcoholic drink i enjoy..
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I loved my crown until I was left in GITMO (Cuba) and it was 6$ a fifth at the base exchange? many a good/bad night but still had PT at 0400 but that was years ago? Now I like captain Morgan spiced rum the spiced cause the corps let me play in Jamaica and I found some ovenproof rum for 4$ a bottle and red stripe beer as chasers so yeah my liquor stories mostly end there but some good stuff every now and then don't hurt a soul?
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If I'm drinking straight... My absolute favorite is El Jimador tequila, but I take 1200mg of ibuprofen beforehand. I keep it in the freezer, and serve shots on the rocks... No salt, no lime!

My favorite bourbon drink is Maker's Mark & Coke or Cherry Coke with marishino cherries if I'm feeling fruity.

If I'm feeling super fruity, it's a fuzzy navel for me... Big can of peaches in blender, ice & Dekyper Peach Schnapps and make a wicked smoothie!

Cannot stomach the taste of beer.... When I was running the limo, my neighbors were my best friends! I'd give them cases of beer every month.

I don't drink a lot, and when I do... It's very limited what I'll drink.

Now that I say that, I took an elite group to a nice new casino for 3.5 days once, and while they gambled... I stayed in the vip lounge... Got hooked on several different flavors of Bailey's liqueurs, then I came back to the real world and figured that ****'s expensive for the alcohol proof/content you get!
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I celebrated the Golden Anniversary of my drinking the same drink one year ago (50 years in 2015).

Myers' Dark Rum & Soda. First tried it on a Brit aircraft carrier (HMS Victorious) in Hong Kong harbor. Lovely host those Brits...and...they had Rhum rations...my US carrier did not. I stayed with it because it never gave me a hangover. And believe me...I tested the theory more than once.

They also had Mount Gay and, of course, the "official" Rum of her Majesty's Navy for over 300 years...Pussers' Rum. Great stuff and the ONLY rum with which to make a proper Navy Grog. Mmmmmmmm....yum...rum.
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The drunker I stand here, the longer I get.

Crown is nice stuff, man!
I don't have a drinking problem.
I drink, I get drunk, I fall down... No problem!

Wasn't it Ron White that was talking about how much velocity you can gain from falling face forward off 18" of a ship's gang plank?
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I was given a bottle of this stuff a couple weeks ago. I like it a LOT.
I visited that distillery a couple years ago, it is legit stuff. Good quality American Whiskey still done the right way.
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I visited that distillery a couple years ago, it is legit stuff. Good quality American Whiskey still done the right way.
I used to like Jack Daniels. Till they ruined it.
Dickel is what Jack Daniels wishes it was! 90 proof and oh so smooth!
My friends just visited the distillery, too. That's how I got the bottle.
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