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originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: Anyafaj
Give me good old fashioned Maker's Mark, man.
Makers is good. I have gotten a bit more off the beatne path with some of my others, I like Michters, Templeton, Whistlepig, Black Maple Hill and when I feel really crazy, I go for the Pappy.
I had a cask of it they were going to bottle two bottles for me! I had tickets to tour and everything! No one wanted to go with me. Everyone was a bummer. And my sister all she could say was, I don't drink that crap, I drink Jager.
I know you probably love her and all but you should kill her.
While sipping a neat bourbon.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
a reply to: Anyafaj
Oh man, talk about a hyperhyper combination I bet she's non-stop hilarity. My dog will NOT wear anything. If you put something on him he wiggles on the floor non-stop trying to get it off and nothing but nothing will distract him from his mission to remove. He's either half chihuahua/half poodle or half maltese/half poodle. We don't know because he was a rescue and was at the bottom of a cage and spent the first four months of his time with us doing the combat crawl and hitting the dirt and clinging to the earth whenever we took him outside. He's better now and can leap probably about as far as yours can in the air and snatch a sandwich off the kitchen counter (and not just one on the edge lolol).
He's the little one in the towel. They both just went swimming in the stream. Ippiny, the black yorkie-poo isn't with us anymore
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