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in a mixing glass pour 2 oz vodka
1.5 oz mango flavored rum
juice of 1/2 juicy lime
1 tea sugar

stir

stir

stir

stir

get a chilled martinin glass from the freezer

stir

put a few cubes of ice in it

stir

pour over ice in a chilled martini glass


and


Wheeeeeee!!!!
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way too complicated,one half glass of rhum and a small amout of coke,[the coke is optional]
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That's what God made sailorette's for silly
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That's what God made sailorette's for silly
also too complicated
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also too complicated
yes darling, but then there are other sailorettes that are
way less complicated than me.....

(they are shallow)
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wow,you got my attention,can you cook,clean fish and stay out of my rhum supply?
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I think you better hide the rhum
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Have I got a deal for you! If you can cook, I'll clean the fish, supply the rum (preferably coconut), mix the drinks, and I'll sail the boat, and provide live music. The boat is leaving the Chesapeake's upper reaches October 1, 2012 and will, hopefully, arrive in Marathon Key, FL by November 1, 2012.

I'm halfway though a Green Coconut Margaretta:
2-shots Margaretta Mix (Jose Cuervo traditional lime)
1-shot Melon Liquor
1-shot Coconut Rum
1-shot Gold Tequila

Over ice cubes, lightly stirred--OH YEAH!

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Gary
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Wambat Shooters -- 2oz. Dark Rum, 1/2oz. Strawberry Liqueur, 3oz. Orange Juice, 3oz. Pineapple Juice,& 6oz. Fresh Watermelon. In shaker, crush watermelon & add the rest & shake! Gets you 4 shots .....Dale
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Wambat Shooters -- 2oz. Dark Rum, 1/2oz. Strawberry Liqueur, 3oz. Orange Juice, 3oz. Pineapple Juice,& 6oz. Fresh Watermelon. In shaker, crush watermelon & add the rest & shake! Gets you 4 shots .....Dale
Sounds good to me.I'll give it a try the next time I'm at the booze locker picking up supplies.

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