April 11, 2006

Whoa, Nellie!

I drink beer, but I appreciate booze of all kinds... I'm an equal opportunity imbiber. I've even been known to toss out a bit extra when it comes to cost. Hey, if it's worth it, it's worth it.

But a "g" for a mint julep? Mr. Bingley, from Coalition of the Swilling, beat me by a couple lengths in posting about these "special" drinks. Made with mint from Morocco, ice from the Arctic Circle, and sugar from the South Pacific, Mr. Bingley says, "Now if only the stirrers had been used to club seals, it would be perfect."

Well, we may have a money maker here... if we can use splinters from my souvenirs of my clubbin' days. Ah... those were good times... oh... anyway, we've got about 25 days 'til the race... I think I can carve two or more a day, and sell them for the low low everyday price of $200 each. The proceeds of course going to a very good cause... trust me.

And while it's not like the good old days, you can club seals here.

Posted by That 1 Guy at April 11, 2006 04:21 PM

Sounds like a sure-fire way to some cool cash!

Posted by: Mr. Bingley at April 11, 2006 05:21 PM

Ice from the Arctic Circle. Not so hard to come by around the islands near the Prince Gustaf Adolf Sea, but importing the sugar is a bitch.

Ah well... I only got 36 seals on my laptop. Sloppy!

Posted by: Tuck at April 11, 2006 05:52 PM

First it's cats now it's poor little baby seals! Are there any little furry creatures you do like? hmm I've got it you must like gerbils.

Posted by: azindiandoll at April 12, 2006 03:51 AM

Not really, AZ. Though, it is kinda fun to dangle them by their tails when feeding snakes.

Snakes.... *shudder*

Posted by: That 1 Guy at April 12, 2006 11:16 AM

Mental Note: Birthday gifts for T1G - cute little fuzzy kitten, one large snake, and plenty of gerbils. LOL I'd love to see you feed the snake. Of course you know that means you would have to come close to the snake. ;)

Posted by: azindiandoll at April 12, 2006 03:19 PM

Did I mention we have a snake? So- instead of buying a snake of your own, come borrow ours! You can 'feed' her all you want...

'course, you might want to stand back a little- she's about 17' long and weighs about 70 lbs...

Oh- and bring your own kitty/rabbit...gerbils and mice are too small...


Posted by: Rave at April 13, 2006 12:49 PM