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 Post subject: Re: Martinis and Steak?
PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 2:54 pm 
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Who actually drinks martinis?

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well putting them up your rectum can be a bit messy at a restaurant.


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In general I don't like vermouth. It's tolerable in a manhattan or the Rye variant if one (Brooklyn when I've ordered one) but it's just.. meh.


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Hatchetman wrote:
well putting them up your rectum can be a bit messy at a restaurant.


Interesting that you would go there.

But I'm not judging.

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Regular Reader wrote:
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well putting them up your rectum can be a bit messy at a restaurant.


Interesting that you would go there.

But I'm not judging.

It's a Catholic or evangelical thing.

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Red vermouth is very different. Recently bought some high end stuff which is quite palatable.


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Regular Reader wrote:
Who actually drinks martinis?


This guy.

Straight vodka, homey.

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 Post subject: Re: Martinis and Steak?
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Hatchetman wrote:
Red vermouth is very different. Recently bought some high end stuff which is quite palatable.


Rectal taste buds?

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Regular Reader wrote:
Who actually drinks martinis?


I prefer whiskey drinks, but I'll drink a martini occasionally.

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leashyourkids wrote:
Regular Reader wrote:
Who actually drinks martinis?


I prefer whiskey drinks, but I'll drink a martini occasionally.


I used to every blue moon, but it was usually only if I had a taste for a stuffed olive. Again, not judging :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Martinis and Steak?
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Regular Reader wrote:
leashyourkids wrote:
Regular Reader wrote:
Who actually drinks martinis?


I prefer whiskey drinks, but I'll drink a martini occasionally.


I used to every blue moon, but it was usually only if I had a taste for a stuffed olive. Again, not judging :lol:


I'm queer as a 3-dollar bill.

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Hatchetman wrote:
Red vermouth is very different. Recently bought some high end stuff which is quite palatable.


Yeah, I reserve the right to change my mind if ever confronted with a chance to drink good vermouth but the red sweet used for manhattans and white dry for Martinis and Brooklyns is usually not my cup of tea. I'll drink an Old fashioned or smash or sour if I want a classic whiskey cocktail.

More and more though it's just neat when it comes to whiskey or Rum (sipping rum).


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 Post subject: Re: Martinis and Steak?
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leashyourkids wrote:
Regular Reader wrote:
leashyourkids wrote:
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Who actually drinks martinis?


I prefer whiskey drinks, but I'll drink a martini occasionally.


I used to every blue moon, but it was usually only if I had a taste for a stuffed olive. Again, not judging :lol:


I'm queer as a 3-dollar bill.


Let your freak flag fly my friend

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Drunk Squirrel wrote:
Hatchetman wrote:
Red vermouth is very different. Recently bought some high end stuff which is quite palatable.


Yeah, I reserve the right to change my mind if ever confronted with a chance to drink good vermouth but the red sweet used for manhattans and white dry for Martinis and Brooklyns is usually not my cup of tea. I'll drink an Old fashioned or smash or sour if I want a classic whiskey cocktail.

More and more though it's just neat when it comes to whiskey or Rum (sipping rum).


I'll go straight bourbon at a po-dunk place, but if you're ever at a nice place with good bartenders, there's nothing better than a chilled Manhattan up and neat.

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I'm always caught off guard when they ask "up or on the rocks?"

wuh...huh? straight up.


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leashyourkids wrote:
Drunk Squirrel wrote:
Hatchetman wrote:
Red vermouth is very different. Recently bought some high end stuff which is quite palatable.


Yeah, I reserve the right to change my mind if ever confronted with a chance to drink good vermouth but the red sweet used for manhattans and white dry for Martinis and Brooklyns is usually not my cup of tea. I'll drink an Old fashioned or smash or sour if I want a classic whiskey cocktail.

More and more though it's just neat when it comes to whiskey or Rum (sipping rum).


I'll go straight bourbon at a po-dunk place, but if you're ever at a nice place with good bartenders, there's nothing better than a chilled Manhattan up and neat.


A good tender is key. The whiskey places are popping up all over, even Bradford has one with like 100 different whiskeys.


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