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Daily CHEERS!

Postby Russman » Sun Dec 27, 2015 10:44 pm

With as hectic and full of crap as my life is sometimes I generally have a daily cocktail I think this will be the spot to post up the everyday Cheers!. We work hard we play hard we take care of our families hard, it's nice to sit back and enjoy one and lighten up a little bit. So here's to everyone starting today Cheers.
Today's drink is Mountain Dew Margarita
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby k-villa » Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:03 am

I'm not sure about a daily cheers, but maybe a beer or two with dinner or a glass or wine, I like to have a few times a week. A few Friday's ago a bottle of Cab was perfect, not too much and not to little, it was a good place to stop.

Christmas Eve was a good but under control party for us? 1st round of drinks was the traditional yearly egg nog - most never had it before, but I get it once a year, every year. Then Yeunglings and Coors original.

I remember when Coors original just came to the Eastern United States or at least hearing about it from dad. It was a big thing. I know you're not a beer guy, but beers, and esp good beers I like. Good beers = money and I can't see paying $30 for a case when good Yeungling, Rolling Rock and Coors is $20 or often less. Our one local store has a mixed broken case lot - $4 for any mix matched 6 pack. It's a bin of a what was left when a bottle breaks in the group. I've had beers from all around the world, all sorts of flavors and seasonals at dirt cheap prices. Remember tighter than and alligator's rump.
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby Russman » Tue Dec 29, 2015 7:25 am

No spirits today, I am however pouring enough salt for the world's largest Margarita, finally first winer weather of year, had to go home take a nap so I can work midnight then drive my lovely 78 mile trip to normal post, and hope to stay awake and away from all the other ass hats on the road.
And is there a difference with a beer or glass of wine or a cocktail afterwards?
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby k-villa » Tue Dec 29, 2015 2:21 pm

Yooper would die laughing if you told him the state called you out at 2am to salt roads that had a 1/4" of slushy snow that turned into rain.

Well sometimes 6 beers a little harder to do than 6 shots, but both can lead there.

My great newphew Sean whom I've known since the age of 6. Every year up until about the age of 17, he was over for Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve and often just when his mom and aunt came over. He turned 21 in November and it's a been a long wait to have a drink with him (even football games). Our 1st together was a yearly glass of Christmas Eve egg nog - a unique but good holiday drink for sure.

I was surprised to even see him Christmas Eve (hanging out with his old Great Uncle and all)
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby Russman » Tue Dec 29, 2015 11:31 pm

I don't want to hear nothing from a man that walks to his living room to go to work, and does not have to deal with the Pennsylvania transplants that still need to work in New Jersey even though they hate the state. I will have you know I passed 6 accidents this morning and my 78 mile journey took me just over 2 hours. So cheers
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby Russman » Thu Mar 10, 2016 11:16 pm

Just because it's been awhile and I know someone who loves this stuff. Cheers!
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby k-villa » Fri Mar 11, 2016 12:12 am

Couldn't wait two weekends? Prefer Jack but like HHs price much better.

Here's one for you from about a week ago and can almost guarantee no one ever made it before. Heaven hill, southern comfort, 1/2 Sprite, half sleepy time spearmint tea, add a 1/4 cut orange for taste and garnish. Wasnt bad at all.
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby Russman » Fri Mar 11, 2016 12:24 am

I might be little inebriated right now, but how do you drink out of a sideways glass no sir, bad ride home big accident truck on fire all lanes closed . Took motorcycle split lanes and rode shoulder as far as I could finally took exit to get around A-holes from pa that clog up my roads. Because they HATE this state BUT still come here every day to work

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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby k-villa » Fri Mar 11, 2016 2:08 pm

I don't like driving down town at 3pm (start of traffic) never mind traveling 70+ miles on NJ highways during rush hour. It's Friday. Cheers.
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Re: Daily CHEERS!

Postby k-villa » Sat May 21, 2016 8:49 pm

Daily Cheers, Southern Comfort, the New Orleans original, None Genuine but Mine . Long week. This was opened long ago on the Wisconsin annual hunt. With a little spearmint tea and apricot liqueur it finished off nicely.
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Both bows are tack drivers!


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