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A toast...

Post by Corrodesthefilm »

...To the least pretentious drink forum I've found. I'm new here and I don't care if the snobs think Old Crow is "too simple" to be sipped neat; that's not the damned point! Then again, I can always appreciate a George Dickel or Woodford...on the rare chance I can spend so much. :) I'll drink a Budweiser or even a Steel Reserve any day but I can still appreciate the imperial stouts and double IPAs so popular today. This is a toast to those who don't care what others think: we drink what we like and we like what we drink!

That said, I'm currently sipping some Old Crow Reserve with a wee bit of Sprite and feeling fine. I think I'll enjoy it here.

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Re: A toast...

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Corrodesthefilm wrote:...To the least pretentious drink forum I've found. I'm new here and I don't care if the snobs think Old Crow is "too simple" to be sipped neat; that's not the damned point! Then again, I can always appreciate a George Dickel or Woodford...on the rare chance I can spend so much. :) I'll drink a Budweiser or even a Steel Reserve any day but I can still appreciate the imperial stouts and double IPAs so popular today. This is a toast to those who don't care what others think: we drink what we like and we like what we drink!

That said, I'm currently sipping some Old Crow Reserve with a wee bit of Sprite and feeling fine. I think I'll enjoy it here.
New guy buys! I'll take some of that Crow and a Bud chaser, please.

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I'll take a 24 oz Steel Reserve. Cheers!

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Cheers to all that. I'll have a rumpleminze with a Long Island back please.
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i think you may fit in here.

i'll have a pitcher of yuengling and a pint of makers, thanks.

just fyi, this board officially has a "thing" about brown-foreman products, of which woodford's is one. check the "sign the petition" thread if you care to read more. i agree that is some tasty bourbon. we certainly allow disenting opinions, of course.

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Drinks.
Lots of.
Quick.
Welcome.
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Welcome, I'll have a tall glass of Eagle Rare on the rocks with a Natty Light 30 pack chaser.

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Where are my fucking drinks?
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Judge wrote: And we can be pretentious, just watch and see.
Mr Boozificator wrote:Where are my fucking drinks?
heh.
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Zippity do da Zippety do dee. Gimme some Steel Reserve. No rhyme there, but I have a thirst here. Welcome from an old fart. Booya biatch!
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A stein of your finest IPA if you please!
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welcome, I'll take a pint of Stella. cheers!
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Welcome aboard, I'll have some bottom shelf whiskey served in a rusty PBRs can. As you can tell i'm the most pretentious one here.
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Welcome aboard! I'll have a double Sailor Jerry. And, uh, leave the bottle on the bar, please.
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Re: A toast...

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Booz Hound wrote:Welcome aboard, I'll have some bottom shelf whiskey served in a rusty PBRs can. As you can tell i'm the most pretentious one here.
The only way to have it. And to hell if ya get a few cuts, just gets the booze in your bloodstream faster! (I think that's how it works. Makes sense now anyway.)

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