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11-24-2006 01:06 PM
montigre Wooow, how original. ZZZZzzzzz!
11-24-2006 12:37 PM
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11-08-2006 05:35 PM
juniebomba rum my be the original, but a tumbler or Jack daniels on ice with a chaser of MGD has my vote... although it's a little hard to work the lines with two glasses in hand. better stick with the whisky.
11-08-2006 04:59 PM
JakeLevi Well I like rum with mango juice,

mango makes everything taste good.

After last night need something that tastes good.
11-08-2006 02:11 PM
Parley You've got to be kidding.

"some people tink..."
11-08-2006 02:00 PM
Bill Mc Jake,

151 is more like Jet fuel than it is rum.The bottle even has a Flame arrestor on it. A GOOD rum is best drank clean. 151 is still my flavorite cocktail. Jamaican over proof rum is another. Anyway you mix it....

I'm not as thunk as you drink I am.

Bill
11-08-2006 12:41 PM
JakeLevi Putting coke , or any cola into good rum is a horrible waste of good rum.

A little lime or mango or papaya juice, sure,

cola ? Might as well slurp in the bilges.

Is that where cola got its look??
11-08-2006 11:00 AM
Bill Mc Bacardi 151 with enough diet coke to change the color. Quaff in mass quanities thru a straw from your sippy cup..

Fair winds

Bill
11-07-2006 04:42 PM
jerryrlitton
Quote:
Originally Posted by NCountry
3. You like to see your rail wet and ice cubes in your glass.
Nasdrave

Jerry
11-07-2006 04:29 PM
kennya Is this Surf under another name?
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