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fartcatcher

Favourite Christmas tipple

Aldi's cider. Can't beat it. Hic!
Forest

Port & lemon with a slice of Xmas cake.

Not in the same glass.
smiling badger

Anything with 'Ale' on the side of it will do me.
I suppose an Adnams Broadside would be the one if i had to choose.
sheeps

Southern Comfort, cept no one bought me any.

Got three bpttles of Whiskey though. I'm off Whiskey a bit.

Mostly Stella then, that said I've not been too bothered about that this year. Don't think I've ever drunk less at Christmas.
bearing

Fizzy Bovril
Forest

bearing wrote:
Fizzy Bovril


Imodium will sort that out.
bearing

Forest wrote:
bearing wrote:
Fizzy Bovril


Imodium will sort that out.


Is it fizzy?
Dock

Club Privado Rioja (bottles of, one of the best supermarket wines I have had in ages)

Original Guinness (Cans of)

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (bottles of)

Baileys (bottle of, started it on 1st Dec and finished it on 31st Dec. See you this December old friend)
bearing

Good to see you necking the Baileys Dock.

Actually talking of Baileys we bought some luverly stuff from a Cider farm down in Somerset it's a Brandy Butterscotch cream liqueur, bloody yummy it is...
Forest

bearing wrote:
Forest wrote:
bearing wrote:
Fizzy Bovril


Imodium will sort that out.


Is it fizzy?



Sorry, I thought you had the skitters.

Mmm Fizzy Bovril sounds delish
bearing

Forest wrote:
bearing wrote:
Forest wrote:
bearing wrote:
Fizzy Bovril


Imodium will sort that out.


Is it fizzy?



Sorry, I thought you had the skitters.

Mmm Fizzy Bovril sounds delish


Amazing what you can do with a soda stream
Cutsyke

Snowball.
bearing

Cutsyke wrote:
Snowball.


I made Advocaat for my Grandma one Christmas, to say she was absolutely *delighted with my creation would be a huge understatement. I have no memory of this tale(probably wiped the whole sorry affair from my mind,) I only go on what I've been told by other relatives and the writing of this tale has been embellished to suit.

For some crazy reason I'd decided that because of her love of the stuff it would be a nice surprise to present her with a brand new bottle to enjoy over the festive period. I'd somehow managed to acquire an empty bottle of the Dutch delight and so set off in a George and his Marvelous Medicine kind of way to prepare the concoction. First stop was an unopened bottle of Whisky(nice single malt apparently, another of her favourites) that I'd fortuitously stumbled upon, duly opened and poured about half into the old Advocaat bottle, the rest I just tipped down the sink (well I'd no use for the other half you see.) My next port of call seems to have been the bathroom to have a look and see if some vaguely yellow coloured shampoo or similar could be had, to my delight I'd found a shampoo that pretty much had the right hue and slowly poured it into the bottle. Next stop was the kitchen for a few eggs for no other reason than they were yellow, cracked half a dozen into a jug with the odd bit of shell and poured it on top of the heady shampoo/whisky mix and secured the lid before giving it a bit of a shake. My next port of call was to be my undoing, I burst through the door into where my Grandma and other relatives were sitting watching some Christmas show (Probably Morcambe and Wise) and proudly handed over the concoction! The room was hushed apart from the odd snigger from older cousins, then she just kind of exploded which to be honest was a bit of a shock as I thought she liked Advocaat. The rest of the family thought it was quite sweet that I'd made an attempt, albeit a pig eared one. She forgave me after a while thanfully and I still got to finish off the last dregs in the bottom of her glass of the real stuff

*livid
carp

The left one....oh tipple you say

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