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    (Original post by Reue)
    Was shocked too until I saw TSR has actually produced a how-to guide on drinking. Unbelievable.
    oh my god, lmao that's fantastic
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    Tesco Lemon sparkling water (45p one) on the rocks, if I'm feeling particularly swarvee. :chaplin:
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    you order a tonic water as a soft drink?
    It peps me up, plus it's a prophylactic :teeth:

    You really are a monster
    I'd say I'm reasonably well hung, but thank you for the compliment :fan:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    It peps me up, plus it's a prophylactic :teeth:

    I'd say I'm reasonably well hung, but thank you for the compliment :fan:
    I don't really know what to say to any of that, but I did just sigh deeply.

    Also, talking about your **** just made me remember a brief correspondence we had when I first got here. So, there's that.
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    I don't really know what to say to any of that, but I did just sigh deeply
    Blimey, still got it! :gah:

    talking about your **** just made me remember a brief correspondence we had when I first got here. So, there's that
    A veritable trip down memory lane
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    Get on the Jagertrain, son
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    "I've never been in a bar before and I'm going to university so I'd imagine it's quite common. "

    Jesus Christ.

    Always gin for me, it's the classiest old lady drink around.
    Yesssss gin for life!
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    Quite possible; I don't recall seeing it in a bar. I was just noting that I prefer it, but I'll still often go for Guinness in pubs/bars. I dunno, I guess I just like that it's crisper. I certainly find it tastes way better than the standard lagers and ciders.
    Well it's a stout for starters so it would be completely different :lol: I personally recommend Titanic Stout if you see it, arguably one of the best Stouts on the market.
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    (Original post by DanB1991)
    Well it's a stout for starters so it would be completely different :lol: I personally recommend Titanic Stout if you see it, arguably one of the best Stouts on the market.
    Stout's rancid mate.

    Pale Ale or IPA is the way to go.
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    if i like the bartender i go for sex on the beach lol
    petty but it's cool=))
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    Stout's rancid mate.

    Pale Ale or IPA is the way to go.
    Well it was aimed at a stout drinker! :lol:

    Ohhh don't get me started on how IPA doesn't mean anything these days. Bitter or Pale are my usual drinks, I do like IPA's but trying to explain how different they are is just annoying (basically anything between 3.8-5.2%, pale or ruby with a wide variety of tastes).

    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    if i like the bartender i go for sex on the beach lol
    petty but it's cool=))
    We have a long standing tradition at our bar, if anyone asks for a cocktail you tell them to go make it their self.... the reactions can be hilarious!
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    Sex on the beach is my fave, I always go for cocktails.


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    Bleach is a particular favourite of mine.
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Alcoholic: Southern comfort + coke / Disaronno + coke / Malibu + coke / Shandy (yes, I'm a big girl)

    Non-Alcoholic: Tap water / Tonic water / Sparkling fruit juice / Coke
    I see you like some of the Italian stuff,good man

    Not a fan of vodka or jack?
    Haven't touched anything alcoholic in two years,proud of myself
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    It depends
    If I knew that guy asked this question on

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    For real?😂
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    vodka & whiskey is a good mixer
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    I see you like some of the Italian stuff, good man
    Positively love tasty Italian 'mixtures'

    Not a fan of vodka or jack?
    Nope. Not a fan of alcohol in general (it's a poison and I'm intolerant), but it ought at least to taste nice, and those don't, really

    Haven't touched anything alcoholic in two years,proud of myself
    Proud of you too kiddo :kiss:
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    water and lemon when i go out for a meal.. i dont go to bars sorry
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Positively love tasty Italian 'mixtures'

    Nope. Not a fan of alcohol in general (it's a poison and I'm intolerant), but it ought at least to taste nice, and those don't, really

    Proud of you too kiddo :kiss:
    Do you like any other Italian 'mixtures'? :mmm:

    Aye,you get used to the taste,well for me anyway

    Thank you
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    They have the names of the drinks right there..drinks like carlsberg and carling are fairly inoffensive and common. I like Guinness (preferably not draught.)
    You've got to have Guinness from the pump, otherwise it's horrid

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