Skip to comments.Favorite Beverages of our Freepers??
Posted on 01/01/2013 11:15:42 AM PST by SamAdams76
I have often wondered what preferences of beverages the various Freepers have, in particular, the kind of intoxicating liquors they tried to ban back in 1920. I know by reading stories on here that many of us consume intoxicating liquors from time to time and we may even have some Freepers who have accumulated some POIs over the years (posting under the influence). Obviously, don't post your favorite intoxicating liquor if you do not want to, but I just thought it would be interesting to see our beverage choices. Especially the morning after many of us quite possibly overindulged on same the night before...wait, is it afternoon already? Darn. Having breakfast at 1PM always throws me off my game.
If you don't drink intoxicating liquors at all, feel free to tell us what beverages you do drink. Milk, apple juice, sarsaparilla? Your reply might be boring to us but let us know anyhow if you feel so inclined to share.
In response to all the other nutty threads here today seeking personal information on Freepers, I am 50, have brown hair, hazel eyes, weigh 225 pounds and I prefer female company. My waist size is 40, my shoe size is 12 and yes, I do need to keep an eye on my blood pressure. I own a dog, a cat and no, I do not snore. As for intoxicating liquors, I prefer madeira wine, Samuel Adams seasonals, Frangelico hazelnut liqueur, 100% agave tequila and the occasional bottle of champagne. But preferably not all together at the same time as what happened last night. As of this moment my favorite beverage is Gatorade.
5. Diet Ginger Ale
Georgia is nice :)
I get what you are saying, but consider this. You can still pray for them privately without empowering them publicly. And by empowering, I mean giving them an inch of acceptance.
When we ‘get along’ with these idiots, they just point to it and say to others ‘well so and so is cool with X and he/she’s conservative.
It works against us in the big and the small picture.
Just like how the GOP uses the support Romney got to ‘prove’ the country is really moderate and ‘rejects’ those extremists in the TEA Party.
It's hard to watch the death of your country. But see my editorial in the next few days to catch a ray of hope.
In fact, you should be in my ping list.
And catch up on my other editorials in my links list.
If we are to marry, you should know me.
Is it red?
Georgia is quite red, and likely to stay red longer than texas, which is reaching a tipping point soon.
It's also not groovy.
Great. They went gay with the packaging.....
I remember the simple gold labels and red/blue 6-pack holders. White cans or green/gold.
Is NOTHING sacred?
Does it have those palmento bugs? Or whatever they are called?
Sam, are you sure your favorite drink isn’t 42?
I don’t know. A friend’s father collected beer cans and that was his favorite. I don’t know if he ever got a hold of an unopened can. If you look at Miss Fruthingslosh, she’s rather well endowed and that’s how the pictures on all the cans look.
The cans were too funny!
Once upon a time. But not anymore. Not since...
Unsweetened Kool-Aid sweetened with Splenda. I keep several flavors on hand. Favs are orange, black cherry, grape, and lemmon/lime.
Right now lemmon/lime is keeping me hydrated.
I haven't seen one in a while.
Welch's is pretty good stuff.
Pocari Sweat? Supposed to taste horrible but sells well in Japan and Korea for some reason. electrolytes!
Yeah but they are not a worry. They are less annoying than true roaches. Roaches are plentiful in New York and you know how they are very tough to get rid of and very numerous. Not so with Palmetto bugs. They are relatively rare and die easily, and I think I’ve seen maybe 10 in the 10 years I’ve been here.
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