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Discussion in 'Scotland: NSR' started by Catfish, Jan 10, 2008.
So there was this little game yesterday... See ya in a while.
I'm just going down to the restaurant to have whatever on my free tab but I'm stone cold at the minute and haven't a clue what you're on about.
U.S. 2 0 Spain
I was drinking this last night, before and after the match.
Any good? Looks sorta like a drink for teenagers.
I don't usually drink cider but the lager on tap tasted a bit iffy so I decided to go for something out of the fridge. One of the lads suggested the pear cider. It wasn't too bad. Although it doesn't have the strength of normal cider.
Irish are funny about cider--people look at Bulmers there so differently than Brits look at Strongbow and things.
Better than Kopperberg?
I think they are much of the same. But I'm not a massive cider drinker.
I could do with a drink. I've been doing silly hours at work and moving at the same time. Worst week ever. It's calls for getting hammered at the weekend.
Ok, you can have a drink. But take into consideration that it's a mix of beer & sprite. )
I bought a crate of 15 carlsberg from aldi last night, forgot just how bad the stuff was.
I drink most stuff with the exception of a few certain types of beer, and cider.
I am having a neat Ardbeg 17yo, sorry about everyone else's luck.
Still 26 degrees outside after midnight ... so let's enjoy a last "Tucher" beer (I've just consumed 2 pints of this traditional Franconian beer within the last couple of hours in a beergarden) with the hope to get some sleep!
Cheers!! Prost!! Slainte!
Straight cheap bourbon, the official drink of watching the US play away.
All day. Before and after the match.
Damn, when have I been in an Irish pub the last time? Must be more than 3 weeks ago in the meanwhile...
Hmm, it's high time for a pint of Guinness next weekend!
Guiness is rank.
I quite like the stuff.
So do I. But I'm not sure it likes me.
Have you had a chance to try Guinness Red?
Haven't seen it at all. I've usually found Guinness to be one of the easier to tolerate beers for me...the only problem with it is that I tend to also drink it faster.
It's a bit weird for Guinness. It has an almost nutty taste to it. I've had it a couple of times only.
A crate of tennents, shots of sambuca and Jagermeister (sp?) for me tonight