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at one point i heard of a liquor shot recipe that used as one of its ingredients man-seed. i think you know what i am talking about. do you have any what this recip eis?

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I think someone's yanking yer chain (if you'll pardon the expression).

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Please report back on how this tastes. We should make a category for these drinks, they can be called STN :wacko:

It's gonna be pretty hard to get a buzz when you have to spit it out right after you drink it.


Marsha Lynch aka "zilla369"

Has anyone ever actually seen a bandit making out?

Uh-huh: just as I thought. Stereotyping.

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Please report back on how this tastes. We should make a category for these drinks, they can be called STN :wacko:

It's gonna be pretty hard to get a buzz when you have to spit it out right after you drink it.

You know that bumper sticker that says "Mean People Suck"?

I've always I wanted to market a bumper sticker that says "Nice People Swallow." :smile:

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You know that bumper sticker that says "Mean People Suck"?

I've always I wanted to market a bumper sticker that says "Nice People Swallow."

I've seen it, actually.

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at one point i heard of a liquor shot recipe that used as one of its ingredients man-seed.  i think you know what i am talking about.  do you have any what this recip eis?

Why would you want to know about this? Yuk. :huh:

There are plenty of silly named shots using curdled Bailey's Irish Cream. Perhaps the confusion?

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You know that bumper sticker that says "Mean People Suck"?

I've always I wanted to market a bumper sticker that says "Nice People Swallow."

I've seen it, actually.

Another business down the tubes before it starts. :sad:

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