abeboparebop wrote:I discovered a heretofore unrealized affinity for rye whiskey over the course of about six drinks last night...
abeboparebop wrote:My victory liquor:
I actually bought it Friday morning, roughly two hours before I got my acceptance from Wisconsin, and had to restrain from opening it all day. Fortunately an alcoholic grad student was around when I found out and he let me do a celebratory shot of the Grey Goose he (evidently) keeps on hand for such occasions -- then I got to teach a gen phys homework clinic!
Interestingly enough, the Doublewood was supposed to be the victory liquor, with the Jim Beam to hold me over until then, but while the scotch was very tasty, I discovered a heretofore unrealized affinity for rye whiskey over the course of about six drinks last night...
quizivex wrote:Haha, this is the third straight year a drinking thread emerged:
As for the progresso soups, I like those instant ones you can throw in the microwave. But they piss me off like crazy... they're filled to the very top and the lid shoots soup everywhere no matter how careful you are trying to peel it off.
naseermk wrote:I will rush to a mosque and offer gratitude to God.
coreycwgriffin wrote:naseermk wrote:I will rush to a mosque and offer gratitude to God.
Now I sort of feel bad.
tokamak wrote:anyone for this??..
coreycwgriffin wrote:Now I sort of feel bad.
I have been called the antichrist before and told i will go to hell... so this does not apply to me, but i find it respectable compared some of the other planned recreational activities
naseermk wrote:coreycwgriffin wrote:Now I sort of feel bad.
All I have to say is let your conscience be the guide.
naseermk wrote:I do not understand how a human being could judge who will go to heaven/hell. Such an attitude is the reason why many people are turning away from faith.
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