General Chat Thread, Rules of engagement with drinks in General; I'm never, ever drinking again after last night/this morning.
I still feel "tipsy" now!...
3rd June 2010, 12:17 PM #16
I'm never, ever drinking again after last night/this morning.
I still feel "tipsy" now!
3rd June 2010, 12:21 PM #17
I can't believe you'd ruin good whisky by adding coke to it!
Originally Posted by sidewinder
Generally start with bitter or ale, then move onto grouse later on in the night.
3rd June 2010, 12:27 PM #18
A what point did bourbon become good whiskey? A proper scotch single malt preferably is good whiskey although I've only ever ventured as far as £100 a bottle stuff the Talisker can be as much as £800 not sure I'd buy that although my Dads birthday is coming up and it would shock him to be drinking £50 worth of scotch in a small glass lol
3rd June 2010, 12:30 PM #19
Any whiskey is good whiskey when you're skint :P
Originally Posted by wesleyw
3rd June 2010, 12:32 PM #20
To be fair I do prefer it on its own, but it doesnt look great drinking it like that in the pub! At home, always straight, rum and whiskey
Originally Posted by truslack
4th June 2010, 02:04 PM #21
had to ditch the Jack a few years ago (after jumping through a neighbours fence after mistakenly hearing a party next door) ...try to stay sensible on the Winnie Mandela's these days...with a cheeky jamiesons to put the final nail in the coffin
4th June 2010, 02:11 PM #22
This was why I was on the apple juice... Didn't fancy a day of hangover during train travel and meeting up with friends!
Originally Posted by CSNM-Carl
4th June 2010, 02:13 PM #23
Now that must have livened their party up...
Originally Posted by CPLTD
I can imagine it now - some people having a good time with a few drinks, there is a brief lull in the conversation then. "RAAAA! Neighbor SMASH!"
4th June 2010, 02:45 PM #24
JD & Coke, no ice, tall glass. Followed by JD & Coke, no ice, tall glass... is generally my plan for an evening when I'm out. Depending on the location this gets mixed with shots of tequila.
Proper nights out in big cities (Liverpool especially) and it also involves cocktails, and shots of various items.
BBQ's (like tonight) and it's Corona.
Best way to avoid hangover is to have to stand outside in the rain for a bit over two hours sobering up while listening to heartbroken friends talk through their problems...
4th June 2010, 11:15 PM #25
4 pints of Carling, then move onto dbl vodka and coke or JD and Coke, about 5 of these and you start on the Black aftershock 3-4 of these and your set for the club, here in newcastle, 3 pound for treble vodkas, 2-3 of these and its time to call it a night
4th June 2010, 11:21 PM #26
Wow, i'd be dead with that lot! I suppose I fit in the grouping of 'lightweight' :P
Originally Posted by Flakes
5th June 2010, 08:58 AM #27
Eeek, I think my liver failed just reading that post a box of Coronas (12) and I'm about done unless it is spread out over the whole night.
Originally Posted by Flakes
5th June 2010, 09:08 AM #28
Me too these days. A horrific recovery from a bottle homebrewed Armenian Brandy seriously put me off alcohol for a long time.
Originally Posted by localzuk
These days its supping on a pint of Hobgoblin or a nice single malt whiskey.
5th June 2010, 10:54 AM #29
Originally Posted by RinSewand
Got to say though, if it's a choice between JD and Coke and JD and Dr Pepper, then Dr P wins!
Good morning to all those hungover btw!
5th June 2010, 07:18 PM #30
Beer (until too full of beer) and then its Malt Whiskey.
Or course, if I'm being posh its White Wine with starter, then Red Wine, then after meal - Port and then Brandy later
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