My neighbor poured four Buttery Nipples after dinner the other night.I drank mine and another one that was left on the table after four Becks.Woke up the next day with a stiff neck.What did she put in there?
Ansac cognac was on sale, so last night I had a few snifters of that and a bottle of Longhammer India Pale Ale. (Not at the same time, of course.) Tonight we're cooking dinner and I'll probably dip into my red wine collection.
I didn't know they made Stella Artois Light- the regular is a great beer.
I had two shots of Jagermeister and an oil can (25 oz) Fosters beer.
We were away during the holidays so we're putting up our Christmas decorations now and I'm listening to a Charles Brown, jazzy blues guy, Christmas album. It feels pretty silly celebrating Christmas in Calif. (warm climate) anytime, so now is okay.
The song says, "I haven't had a drink but I'm all lit up like a Christmas tree."
You got me.
I was joking.
Or maybe I was drunk when I wrote that.
On Red Wine I guess.
In that case it wouldn've been a Spanish 'Gran Reserva'.
(Always make sure, your wine isn't too warm! The saying, a red wine should be served at room-temperature obviously comes from an age, when 'room-temperature' had another meaning. In other words: You can't drink ANY wine warmer than 20Â°C - and this isn't even 'room-temperature'. So - don't be afraid of a little time in the refridgerator even for red wine. - And open it 1 hour before drinking for Chrissake!)
Funny thing about that goddamned Carlo Rossi. You get the headache THE NIGHT you drink it...instead of in the morning. The gallon was supposed to last the week but, well, it didnt. So I've been nursing evening hangovers and starting out fresh every morning. I guess it okay...next week it will be something else.