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What is your drink

Being the open minded soul I am, I was wondering what people's choice of alcoholic beverage is on a night out. I am mainly pursuing this because I can't decide what to take myself, as I tend to change my mind, mix drinks and get relatively drunk. I like beer a lot more these days, particularly Stella, but I fear that soon a beer belly encroaches. I like spirits/coke/lemonade but they don't last, are equally as expensive and are too sugary and bloating. I may prefer cider but again I feel really bloated. Suggestions are welcomed for a drink that will preferably last but not have the bloated/high calorie result.

*Realises impossibility*

PS ned suggestions=denied.

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i normally drink vodka. but i really want some Passoa. from working in a club, i used to spill it on my finger and lick it... it tasted and smelt sooooo nice.

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well young one.....

in the average pint of beer we are talking 2 units of alceehol..... and about 200 Kcals

in a shot (e.g. vodka) there is 1 unit of alceehol and approx 50 Kcals.......

in beer ther is lots of carbs........ in spirits, i.e. vodka there is none so really I'd say if you dont want to get fat, get yersel on a high protien/low carb atkins diet and drink lots and lots of spirits and get pished......

by the way, mines a pint of budweiser or two followed by a few bottles of corona(with a lime) then a pitcher of red bull and vodka, then vodka and orange and orange reef... then a sizzlers....

oh god.... :cheers:

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i used to spill it on my finger and lick it... it tasted and smelt sooooo nice.

well; what can I say other than............. kinky!

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drink a bottle of buckie before you go out' date=' i promise you wont need more to drink the whole night[/quote']

What else is there to do of you're not drinking in between dancing? Especially when the music is too loud to talk (as it is in the only club I've braved)

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Guiness, John Smiths or whatever good heavy they have on tap. Failing that, any lager that isn't Millers or Tennants, preferably Kronenburg or Fosters.

I very rarely touch spirits, and I haven't drunk Vodka for years, it's alcohol for people who don't like alcohol.

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Er...I'm not a ned' date=' neither!

*edits*[/quote']

i asume this was ment towards my comment.

I'm not a ned either but i do enjoy gettin as drunk as possible off as little as possible, ie buckie.

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What else is there to do of you're not drinking in between dancing? Especially when the music is too loud to talk (as it is in the only club I've braved)

shout abuse at people and hang out beside the toliets like the cool people do.

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Guiness' date=' John Smiths or whatever good heavy they have on tap. Failing that, any lager that isn't Millers or Tennants, preferably Kronenburg or Fosters.

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Ah yes, my dad assures me there was a time when if you asked only for a "pint" in a Scottish pub, you would get a pint of heavy rather than Amercanised sub-lager. Hard to believe, especially when all the pathetic bar flys you see, standing at the bar and talking to strangers, drink only Tennents

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well young one.....

in the average pint of beer we are talking 2 units of alceehol..... and about 200 Kcals

in a shot (e.g. vodka) there is 1 unit of alceehol and approx 50 Kcals.......

in beer ther is lots of carbs........ in spirits' date=' i.e. vodka there is none so really I'd say if you dont want to get fat, get yersel on a high protien/low carb atkins diet and drink lots and lots of spirits and get pished......

by the way, mines a pint of budweiser or two followed by a few bottles of corona(with a lime) then a pitcher of red bull and vodka, then vodka and orange and orange reef... then a sizzlers....

oh god.... :cheers:[/quote']

Defect has been most helpful. How can someone so knowledgeable be on such low scene pointage?

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Defect has been most helpful. How can someone so knowledgeable be on such low scene pointage?

Hey, you already know i stopped drinking beer so much and have been sticking to vodka because i've been watching the gut. I dunno about calories in whisky tho, i must find out.

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Ah yes' date=' my dad assures me there was a time when if you asked only for a "pint" in a Scottish pub, you would get a pint of heavy rather than Amercanised sub-lager. Hard to believe, especially when all the pathetic bar flys you see, standing at the bar and talking to strangers, drink only Tennents[/quote']

I never understand that when people go up to a bar and ask for 'a pint'. A pint of what? Car oil? Semi-Skimmed milk? A young virgin's blood?

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Hmm I like John Smith's (or as close to, Tetley's, Caffery's & Wurthington's all do the business too). But sometimes I go for the spirits, in which case it's straight onto the Vodkas and Cokes.

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Defect has been most helpful. How can someone so knowledgeable be on such low scene pointage?

it is a mistery.... some people dont apreciate my words of wisdom...

then there is always my keyboard tourette's syndrome... C*NT.... that noone... PR!CK... seems to be able to understand or live with ;(

YOU'RE ALL WANKERS!!!

you see, I just can not CUNTrol it..........

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