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Old 06-26-2008, 10:53 AM   #46
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And here I am on the verge of drunkposting!

Just downed two glasses of port for the hell of it and the white wine in the fridge is awfully tempting ...
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Old 06-26-2008, 11:02 AM   #48
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I don't know though. Seems kind of sad getting drunk here on my lonesome.

Can't believe we didn't get sloshed last night. But Ali, Bonnie, and I spent bloody ages TALKING rather than DRINKING.
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Yeah drunk posting has varying degrees of um patheticness.

I think after my last bout with it here I vowed never again.
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Fuck, I have a headache.
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Old 06-26-2008, 11:15 AM   #51
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Yeah drunk posting has varying degrees of um patheticness.

I think after my last bout with it here I vowed never again.
Yeah, I think if I'm going to get drunk, it'd be better if a couple of people were round!

And you know you want to participate in Mia and Khan's drinking sessions.

I would, but they're always getting pissed at about 2pm my time rather than midnight!
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Oh my god. I don't know what just inspired me to do this, maybe the two glasses of port I just downed, but it's awesome. I took a tortilla, put some of this supermarket-bought taco sauce stuff on it, then camembert cheese and hot Hungarian salami, folded it in half, and put it in my sandwich toaster. It works!

Fucking hell, wow.
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Oh my god. I don't know what just inspired me to do this, maybe the two glasses of port I just downed, but it's awesome. I took a tortilla, put some of this supermarket-bought taco sauce stuff on it, then camembert cheese and hot Hungarian salami, folded it in half, and put it in my sandwich toaster. It works!

Fucking hell, wow.
I'm getting hungry, it's almost lunchtime here.
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OK, so this toasted Camembert tortilla is made of so much win that I had to make another one.

Go on folks, join the craze!
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And here I am on the verge of drunkposting!

Just downed two glasses of port for the hell of it and the white wine in the fridge is awfully tempting ...
dooooo it ax! trust me, there are far more pathetic things in this world than drunk posting. if you're having fun, and hurting noone, who the fuck cares?
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dooooo it ax! trust me, there are far more pathetic things in this world than drunk posting. if you're having fun, and hurting noone, who the fuck cares?
True! Though I just checked how much wine I have left, and I've decided against drunkposting for tonight. I want to go to bed soon and I would only get a bit past tipsy in that time. I figure I'll save it for a decent drinking session in the coming days.
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you recommended me an NZ wine before i think...what was it again? i'll be making a trip to the warehouse soon and i'd love to try it. i want to learn more about wines, i wish i had taken a course.

oh, and this thread definitely needed to be bumped for the lulz: http://forum.interference.com/f194/c...es-144901.html
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you recommended me an NZ wine before i think...what was it again? i'll be making a trip to the warehouse soon and i'd love to try it. i want to learn more about wines, i wish i had taken a course.
Hm. I tend to talk with glowing praise about wines from the Martinborough region, such as Ata Rangi and Dry River. Ata Rangi's pinot noir was my first favourite wine and still a favourite to this day. But I wouldn't really like your chances of finding Martinborough wines in the US. I have enough trouble finding them in Australia.

In terms of what you are likely to find outside New Zealand - well, the country is most famous for sauvignon blanc, especially from the Marlborough region. Any Marlborough sauvignon blanc is bound to be good; the region has produced some of the world's best examples of the variety. As for red, Central Otago is producing some of the best pinot noir you will find. Sensational stuff.

Other vineyards to look out for are Church Road and Te Mata Estate from the Hawkes Bay. I must admit to bias; my father did some work at Church Road for a few years and he would've been involved in making any wine from early 2000s vintages. Hell, if by some really weird occurrence you actually find some Ata Rangi pinot noir from 1996, I picked some of the grapes for that!

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oh, and this thread definitely needed to be bumped for the lulz: http://forum.interference.com/f194/c...es-144901.html
Wow.
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That almost makes OOTS appealing for half a second.
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Well, I'm out folks. Have a good one!
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