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What are you drinking right now?

Pubey

Guest
Glenlivet

Packed the family off to the inlaws for the weekend while I spent about 40 hrs in the office finishing off my draft thesis. Sent the draft off and got home at 11pm to spot a bottle of Glenlivet on the side and a note saying 'you deserve this'

Not my favourite malt, and I spent about half the time this weekend on Miniclip Pool. But it's the thought that counts, and it's going down a treat

So, right now, what are you drinking?
 

OldBlueLady

Junior Blues Coordinator⭐
Joined
Dec 27, 2007
Messages
47,926
Location
Benfleet
Bacardi and coke. Have just got back from the dreaded 21st birthday celebrations.
 
Joined
Oct 18, 2008
Messages
4,534
Water as I'm working on a roof and it's very hot .*** try a rooibos chilli,very nice indeed or an earl grey lavender we sell loads of that
 

Uncle Leo

This cook is an anti-semite
Joined
Nov 19, 2003
Messages
23,031
Location
NY Parks Dept
White coffee, one sugar. New office has a good coffee machine, meaning no need to pick one up from a coffee shop en route to work. That'll save me about £10 a week...
 

dingleydangley

Coach⭐
Joined
Aug 6, 2010
Messages
720
Camomile tea to take the edge off of the coffee that was consumed several hours ago. Grrr, born to be mild.
 

EastStandBlue

Life President
Joined
May 29, 2005
Messages
15,477
Missus got me a Nespresso machine for my birthday last month and it might just be one of the best gadgets I've ever had. Came with a milk frother thing, and it makes faultless coffee every time. Brings a whole new dimension to working from home, and I'm just tucking into a vanilla roast latte.
 
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