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Old 01-03-2003, 04:29 AM   #16
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i was sulking there for a couple of minutes past midnight with all hope lost, then a girl that i liked and haven't seen for ages sneaks up behind me and suprised me with one. it was a great 5 minutes of smoooching.
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and actually had very little sake,
with sake that is all it takes sometimes.
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I've never had sake. What does it taste like?
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Old 01-03-2003, 11:27 AM   #19
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I was trying Sake first time when I was 6 y.o., in Japan. Its ok.
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with sake that is all it takes sometimes.
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meegannie -- it's hard to describe the taste (or any taste). I usually order it warm and it seems like a pretty mild alcholic beverage to me, but for some reason I had a violent reaction to it this time. I like it, though. Nice and warm on a cold winter's night but like most alcoholic beverages, is probably an acquired taste.
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Old 01-03-2003, 12:04 PM   #22
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I don't particularly care for sake, although I will drink it if someone else at the table orders it.
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Old 01-03-2003, 12:14 PM   #23
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Oh, and joyfulgirl, I asked if it was the sushi or sake that made you sick because I'm a big sushi eater, and I know a lot of people are afraid to eat raw fish, but I really believe it's safe to eat (as long as you eat somewhere that's reasonably busy and hence the fish hasn't been sitting around for days).
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On the topic of sushi, once one of the members of the Board of a company I worked for, took me out to a VERY expensive Japanese restaurant, and got me an entire Sushi Boat, plus those salmon skin things, and noodle soup and something else. It was the first time I had raw eel, cuttlefish, and who knows what else. Because I was a guest, and it was expensive, I made myself eat the entire thing. It must have been about 30 pieces of sushi.

I was so sick an hour later....I had to go and watch an outdoor ballet performance, and wound up barfing into the garbage can, in front of EVERYONE. Nothing is more humiliating than vomiting into a garbage recepticle in public.

I have not eaten sushi since....
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Re: I almost spent News Years Eve alone until I concocted a scheme..

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I grabbed a marker from the hosttess and print in BOLD letters.."UN-ESCORTED" on a red piece of paper and attach it to my torso.
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I had a great New Years, we took the kids to dinner and a movie, home by about 11:00 to shoot fireworks and drink some bubbly, it was a great night!
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im concerned w the disproportionate amount of female-interferencers who are turning out to b closet-lushes..


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