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    Agreed, which is why I switched to gin.

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    If you ever find yourself in a Gallow Gate pub on a Sat night in Glasgow, I would suggest that you use the term... Scottish and not ever the term Scotch if you want to really enjoy the city and not see the inside of the local A&E department...

    In which order would you engage the three images. Image 2 then image 1 then look at the watch... never look at the watch first because when you look at it again after 2 & 1 you will be disappointed that only 12 min's has passed..

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    Hopefully, Scottish gin.

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    Hendrick's and Fever Tree (and a slice of lime) for the perfect G&T.

    And by the way, if you visit Scotland you should never just order a Scotch or a Whisky in a pub, you should order it by name - Haig, Talisker, Glenfiddich, etc.

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    I enjoyed Scotland a lot. Their beef was not mad and everywhere you looked there was something to eat. Pubs were a bit more quiet than down south. I will always remember the fun fellows who hung around the huge park below the old part of Edinburgh, the one with an underground shopping center. These Lads hung out all day drinking and vomiting in the park. That was a fabulous city. You could go to dinner at 10pm and everything was pretty much open. Never got to Glasgow.
    I was drinking beer and shots of brandy which I prefer over whiskey.

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    You Bloody English !!!! at least we have the best looking girls here in Wales !!!!!!! (-'

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    And you wonder why Offa built the dyke (no pun intended)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianp View Post
    And you wonder why Offa built the dyke (no pun intended)

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    HAHAHAHAHH So true (-" but you must admit see is a stunner Ian
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    is that Lewis Hamilton driving that car? i must say his choice of girlfriend has improved....

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    She can wear natural fur coats and the protestors leave her alone.

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    now thats bloody funny (-'
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    I've distilled the G & T further. I leave out the tonic. Glass from the freezer. 2 large ice cubes. Tanqueray. Drop of Noilly Prat. Enjoy. Ian.

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    just bought some Hendrick's: haven't tried it yet; like the bottle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by springmount View Post
    I've distilled the G & T further. I leave out the tonic. Glass from the freezer. 2 large ice cubes. Tanqueray. Drop of Noilly Prat. Enjoy. Ian.

    Erm, I think you'll find that's called a martini.

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    would that be with Scottish or Irish olives?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    would that be with Scottish or Irish olives?...
    Or perhaps an American Olive ..


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    Erm. I think I know. Shaken or stirred? Olives are all Greek to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    would that be with Scottish or Irish olives?...
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