Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by key001, Oct 19, 2012.
No need. I prefer to enjoy such cool drink on my own.
Honestly, if no one appears interesting, I like to sit by myself as well. But keep your eyes open and never miss an opportunity in regards to the ladies.
Chimay again last night, love that stuff.
Rose's lime juice (the New Zealand variant):
Supposedly it's to be mixed with water or alcoholics, but never bothered with anything but pure. Nice alternative (or acompaniment) to those other fruit-based beverages.
Funny you mention that.
A couple of days ago I was in the city with a friend of mine, and while walking around the city we met his female friend with a friend of her. Naturally we hooked up, but unfortunately those girls had an intelligence level of a bucket of paint, so yeah, we passed...
Kudos to you. I went to SDSU in its prime and the campus was just swimming in hotties. Dumb but sweet I and kinda handle for awhile, but what really gets me are the attitude girls. Always wondered why guys would give these girls the time of day. I know they get hit on constantly, but there's a way to go about it and you don't have to be rude and arrogant. Of course there is a correlation between intelligence here too- the less intelligent, the *****ier they'd usually be as well.
Yesterday, got four pounds of Peet's Major Dickenson blend coffee at Costco for $26. Drinking it now.
It's a concentrate. Not sure how you can drink that straight.
Being partial to concentrated flavours helps, I suppose.
Speaking of which, and germane to the topic; undiluted Angostura:
Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky - this **** is awesome. I've become a snob as I get older with everything I eat and drink now. I can't afford it all, but I enjoy it all.
After taking the family to an apple festival and coming home with a metric ton of apples and apple products, it turns out I'm the only one in the house that will drink any form of cider. More for me I guess.
Just know that unfiltered apple juice spoils pretty quickly. We have two apple towns in our local mountains, Glenn Oak and Julian, and I always come back with a sugar rush. Did you purchase any unique varietals? Last time I came home with some Arkansas Blacks. Looked pretty, almost purple, but were kind of chalky.
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