By substitute on August 22, 2007
“Junipero” brand gin is very tasty.
Said brand of gin is also 98.6 proof.
Alcohol of 98.6 proof is not suitable for a school night.
That is all.
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Have you heard the one about The John Galt Corporation of the Bronx? =)
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Just saw that tonight, yeah. Wow.
Whup? Skulduggery and shady dealing in the 9/11 aftermath? Shocked, shocked I am, that anyone would dare CASH THE FUCK IN ON the cleanup.
< /not astonished >
Having recently suffered through about a quarter of Atlas Shrugged, that read kind of like an Onion article.
someone said to me once… “gin makes a man mean.” to which i replied, “no sir, gin makes a man attractive.”
but lots of people i know just say that gin tastes like pine trees…
Cheap gin is the worst thing, it’s like WD40 on the rocks.
Good gin? well, hey, sugar. How’s it going?
i love gin, good gin that is… except for the part where it makes me black out completely after just one sip. that’s kind of bad news. i do miss the taste of good gin though.
Good Gin makes EVERYTHING attractive.
Lots of people are a load of Idiot Vodka Zombies.
Junipero’s real nice for your mertunys, mebbe a little delicate up next to tonic or lime juice. It do have a kick, tho.
My grandma was a gin fan. So much so that when I was like 5 I used to ask anyone with a short glass full of ice if they were drinking it. LOLZ. (?)
Gin and Soda used to be my “going out” drink. Until I fell over everybody.
I do enjoy the Henddrick’s, however.
Junipero Gin is made by Anchor Distilling (yes, that Anchor). Have you tried 209 Gin? They make that right next to the ballpark.
I’ll be conducting a blind trial this weekend.
Oops, I forgot to get drunk
I’m a failed drinker. I used to drink mimosas, daiquiris, screwdrivers, strawberry margaritas…then I realized that it was the juice I liked and that I enjoyed all of them a lot more when they were “virgin.” So much for any hope of a wild youth.
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