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Old 07-29-2008, 10:15 PM
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Ya think! I say maybe 50/50!
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We're joking. I think drugging is a bit of a stretch. Lighten up Francis
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I swear this is the name of the drink...

Liquid Panty Remover

Malibu Rum
Champagne
Pineapple Juice
Grenadine
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mojito - Who does not like those - and they work real well.
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We're joking. I think drugging is a bit of a stretch. Lighten up Francis
so you wouldn't serve Rohibnol and water???

I am joking as well
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Why not just have a good selection and let the ladies drink what they want? If a lady knows ya tring ta plaster or play her the garaged is locked!

Sorry guys, but I'm not one to drug a lady into bed.
I like to think of it as lubricating
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Long Island ice teas and ruuufffies
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Old 07-30-2008, 06:34 AM
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Mind Eraser Recipe

Ingredients: 1.0 Part Club Soda
1.0 Part Coffee Liqueur
1.0 Part Vodka
Directions: Layer the Vodka, Kahlua, then club soda over ice. Drink through a wide straw all at once., The name hold true.



YUCK!!!! Remind me to never go drinking with you

So you wont be meeting me at LA'TE'DA's at 700am again this year for Jack Daniels ??
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Old 07-30-2008, 08:29 AM
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So you wont be meeting me at LA'TE'DA's at 700am again this year for Jack Daniels ??


Hehe .... well.... ok then .... twist my arm
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my favorite is my low cal mojito that I make ahead and put in the plastic bottles from the flavored water.

I don't measure and I make a large batch all at once since it is easier. I use
-no calorie key lime flavored sparkling water (I let it go flat)
-a very small amount of the roses mojito mix
-some bottled key lime juice (no sugar added)
-juice from about 3 fresh limes
-several sprigs of my homegrown mint leaves
-rum
I put this all in the mixer size plastic bottles the flavored water comes in and shake it up. It is easy to store in a cooler and not so obvious that you are drinking alchol. For long hot days I use a lot of ice and go easy on the rum.

For you guys and gals that like to use fresh sqeezed lemons and limes in your drinks here's a Martha Stewart tip for you. Before cutting it open with a firm hand press and roll the fruit around on the counter for about 30 seconds. This will help release so much more juice it's hard to believe. Also I do not like leaving the rinds in the drink, it makes it bitter. I try to add a little of the pulp but never the rinds
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I say buy the stuff that is already made...the chicks on my boat go crazy for Twisted Tea and some of the Mike's Hard drinks.
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