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Sloop
11-26-2007, 07:39
I was at a friends house and was asked what I wanted to drink. They had some Wild Turkey, so I said a little turkey on the rocks.

She brings out a 16 oz glass with a few ice cubes filled all the way up with WT...
Now I like bourbon, but WT straight is meant to be sipped, not gulped.....

SBOmarc
11-26-2007, 07:59
...she was only trying to be a good hostess.

barturtle
11-26-2007, 08:05
Maybe she was trying to get you drunk and take advantage of you.

luv2hunt
11-26-2007, 09:36
Maybe she was trying to get you drunk and take advantage of you.

:slappin::slappin::slappin::slappin:

ILLfarmboy
11-26-2007, 11:34
Maybe she was trying to get you drunk and take advantage of you.

Perhaps, but with that much bourbon..............

Sloop
11-26-2007, 11:44
Maybe she was trying to get you drunk and take advantage of you.
LOL.... NOT!!!

craigthom
11-26-2007, 18:45
Perhaps, but with that much bourbon..............

Say no more.

HipFlask
11-26-2007, 21:14
One time at a hotel stay they handed out two free drink tickets. So I walk down to the bar. The only bourbon they had was Jimmy Beam White. I ordered 2 to go like this "I would like two Jim Beams in lowball glass neat". The bartender grabs two lowball glasses and starts for the ice and I stop her to explain "neat". The Bartender grabs the whiskey and proceeds to fill them to the brim. I almost stopped her since at home a normal pour is two fingers. Sometimes it is a good thing when they don't know!

TomH
11-26-2007, 21:33
Now if she had been trying to take advantage of him, she would have been pouring MM instead of WT.

Tom

HighTower
11-27-2007, 04:11
Now if she had been trying to take advantage of him, she would have been pouring MM instead of WT.

Tom
Yeah, but only if it was anti-WD Maker's Mark :lol:
IIRC correctly it was affectionately named "Makes Her Bark":slappin:

boone
11-27-2007, 12:57
"Makes Her Bark":slappin:

Ya know, there's more ways to look at that statement...

I think I have a good idea your intent :grin: :grin: with this one....

But being's this thread went south...let's add more flavor? :skep: :bigeyes: :grin:

From a female point of view...Make "him" Bark would be first noted :slappin: :slappin: I've see dudes so ugly that the greeting would be a "Bark" :slappin: :slappin: :slappin: and you'd do a douible take with...WTF was that?

Now that's ugly and that's when you'd hand 'em a glass full of anything just to put the light out! :slappin: :slappin:

Yeah, just nasty, butt ugly, barker, put the light out kinda nasty.

So's with them thar but ugly one's you pour the ole "Barker Bourbon" on the bottom shelf :grin: :grin:

Howszat? :slappin:

gr8erdane
11-28-2007, 21:33
Bettye Jo, are we talking Coyote ugly? You know, where you wake up the next morning and gnaw your arm off to keep from waking what's laying beside you?

doubleblank
11-29-2007, 11:04
Naw Dane, she's talking Double Coyote Ugly. The first arm gets gnawed off to get away quietely.....then you gnaw the other arm off later so when she/he comes looking for you, they won't recognize a person with no arms.

Randy

boone
11-29-2007, 11:39
Naw Dane, she's talking Double Coyote Ugly. The first arm gets gnawed off to get away quietely.....then you gnaw the other arm off later so when she/he comes looking for you, they won't recognize a person with no arms.

Randy

Randy, that won't work...How can he serve the Double Coyote, Double Deluxe Bark...with no arms?

More south from the south?......


A girl from the South and a girl from the North were seated side by side on a plane. The girl from the South, being friendly and all, said, "So, where ya'll from?" The Northern girl said, "From a place where they know better than to use a preposition at the end of a sentence."

The girl from the South sat quietly for a few moments and then replied, "So, where ya'll from, bitch?"

tango-papa
11-29-2007, 13:21
A girl from the South and a girl from the North were seated side by side on a plane. The girl from the South, being friendly and all, said, "So, where ya'll from?" The Northern girl said, "From a place where they know better than to use a preposition at the end of a sentence."

The girl from the South sat quietly for a few moments and then replied, "So, where ya'll from, bitch?"

I've always loved that joke!:lol: :slappin: :lol:

~tp