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Tequila redbull the new not so new thing

My long easter weekend kicked off with going out for a few drinks after work which spiralled out of control. We started off at waxy o’connors quite late only having finished our shift at around 9:30 after probably one of the busiest days I have had at Framestore in a long long time. 687 more words

Strawberry ice

It’s sweet and simple and makes a great dessert or cool beverage snack.

  • 5 small strawberries, stems removed
  • 1 1/2 cups of crushed ice
  • 1 t Stevia (more to taste)
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猫舌

I learned a new word today, “nekojita” meaning “cat tounge.”  When you say you have cat tongue, it means that you’re no good at eating hot food or drinks.   39 more words

Pimm's O'clock!

Yesterday the sun made a rare appearance in Belfast (obviously it rained as well), so out came the very old deck chairs that I scavenged from a family member who had every intention of throwing them away ( 145 more words

Drink

R&D=G&T (Part I)

“A spectre is haunting Spain –– the spectre of G&T”, Karl Marx, give or take a word or two.

If you live in the British Isles (and I am afraid that for the purposes of expediency my beloved Ireland is included in that archipelago most abhorrent to republican sensibilities), a gin and tonic is a cocktail manqué, a non-drinker’s drink composed of a thumb of any old gin topped with a squalid serving of tepid tonic over hastily- scooped half-melted ice and a segment of lemon if you must insist on being a stick in the mud and delay the barman from serving proper drinks, namely pints of stout or ale, thank you very much. 667 more words

Culture

Glastonbury Chalice Well

The Chalice Well is a natural spring found within the walls of the World Peace Garden, a beautiful, calming oasis at the foot of Glastonbury Tor, which has been in use for over two thousand years. 173 more words

All Hints & Tips

The little shops of Velez - Malaga

I grew up In Portsmouth in the 1950′s. In those days on each of the four corners of the street square was a shop – usually a family grocer. 2,224 more words

Me In Andalucia