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Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 10:39 am
Mostly coca-cola. I end up being the universal designated driver.
However, otherwise, give me a margarita. Mmmm... sounds good... I should get one on my lunch break.
As far as beer, Corona or Dos Equis with a lime is good.
Posted: Sat Mar 26, 2005 10:21 pm
My greatest weakness is home made Luzianne iced tea. I don't drink coffee (it makes me sick) or alcohol (don't want to), and rarely touch sodas (dislike carbonation), but I have problems keeping my teeth white because I can't stand having blood in my tea stream.
Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2005 2:30 pm
I'm weak when it comes to hard liqour these days, I usually stick with the girly drinks , hahaha.
Cranberry and Vodka
and if your ever fortunate enough to be at The Korova Milk bar in NYC, try my favorite drink of all time it's called a Frozen Embryo, all I got to say is that the freakin drink has a snickers bar in it for cryin' out loud.
and of course nuthing gets me crazy and breakdancing like an ice cold Long Island Ice Tea.
Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:38 pm
The Mongolian Motherfucker.
One shot. Seven liquors.
Prepare to die.
Posted: Thu Jun 30, 2005 7:01 am
no booze and soda and coffee for me but i'm crazy aboot green tea.
i like that bigalow japanese style green tea, nice and light and wakes me up at work. uummm ummmm good.
Posted: Thu Jun 30, 2005 10:04 am
I used to be a straight vodka with beer chaser kind of drinker, but had too many black outs and did too many stupid
Now I'm Rickards Red
, Okanagan Springs Pale Ale or Corona with a lime.
Posted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 5:57 pm
Cheap tea and cream soda. yumyum
also Dr Pepper which I'm supposed to have stopped drinking.
Me and alcohol don't agree so that's out of the question and as for there being a better drink than chocolate milkshake - Mintchocship milkshake made with about 50/50 icecream and milk.
Posted: Tue Jul 26, 2005 1:36 am
I can't handle alcohol, unfortunately, but there are tons I can still enjoy.
Almond and Honey Milk Tea with Boba
Root Beer (Henry Weinhart is the best, second to homemade)
Corona Light and a Lime (well, only occasionally)
Posted: Sat Aug 27, 2005 4:34 pm
I don't drink alcohol.
My favorite drink is Dr. Pepper.
Dr. Pepper, you make the world taste better!
Posted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 12:59 am
Beer (Hertog Jan, Jupiler, Dommelsch or else Heineken)
Whisky (Glenfiddich and other (single) malts)
For mixes wodka/oj & bacardi/coke (all variations) and gin/tonic
Posted: Thu Sep 08, 2005 10:08 am
Just a cola, nothing special.
Or sometimes a Bacardi Breezer in any flavour.
Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 11:05 am
Jonesey wrote:hee hee.
WOW how exciting!:(
Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 1:23 pm
Four words. Tim. Horton's. Iced. Capuccino. I so much very miss those living outside of Canada. Starbucks Frapuccino is enough to sate my addiction, but it's just not the same.
(In a wavering voice) Ohh Canada...
Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 1:39 pm
I don't do alcohol. (Though practically everyone else my age does.) And, enamored though I am with the kaffeklatch (coffee culture), I can't stand the taste of coffee. (I do like eating the beans, though. Weirdly enough.)
My favorite beverage: Chocolate YooHoo. (Preferably the kind that comes in a giant milk carton. It completes the YooHoo experience.) When YooHoo is not available, chocolate milk. When neither are available or I am trying not to look like a total dork, orange soda.
PS: Not strawberry YooHoo, though. Strawberry YooHoo tastes too much like actual strawberries and not enough like artificial strawberry flavoring, which is just scary.
Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 2:22 pm
I think that's a good thing, Ian. I didn't drink, at all, ever, until like a year ago. Even now I don't drink very often, and I've never been drunk - good for the health and good for the wallet!
I do not know this Yoohoo that you speak of, although I will definitely agree that chocolate milk is where it's at.
Other than that, I'm a *huge* tea drinker, and being South African, am happy that rooibos has become so "trendy" now (and therefore easy to get).
Alchoholically speaking, I have to sing the praises of Bailey's coffee, which became my favourite treat while I was over in Ireland this summer. And, since moving to the Okanagan in BC, I have discovered the wonders of ice-wine (unfortunately expensive taste for an artist to have), which is truly the nectar of the gods. Or something.
jdalton - I know what you mean, I do sort of miss the whole coffee-culture thing when I'm over there (even though I don't really drink coffee unless it's mixed with something else to make it taste better). I didn't see a single starbucks in Ireland, so when I saw one at Stanfield airport, I gleefully went to buy a frappuccino, and only afterwards did the calculations and realized I'd just spend like $7 on a coffee!