Drinks inspired by web comics

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Postby Dusk » Sun Feb 11, 2007 9:10 pm

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Postby Gelatine Cow » Sun Feb 11, 2007 9:14 pm

I don't know what that means, but I just noticed the new ranking thing seems to apply to the first post of each page in a thread...

No, wait, it only applies to the first post in a topic, but the link is still there for the first post of a new page. MISLEADING!

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Postby ntw3001 » Fri Feb 16, 2007 4:48 am

I made a good cocktail. It involved...

A bunch of raspberries mushed up and crushed up against the inside of the glass
A shot of Grand Marnier
A shot of cranberry juice
All topped off with soda water. I'm not sure how big the glasses we use are, so I don't know how much soda water it was.

I shall name it after myself (provided I haven't just replicated some other cocktail by chance). I also have another recipe which needs a little bit of perfecting before it becomes a Hello Turbine. It's close though... so close I can smell it.

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Postby ntw3001 » Sat Dec 22, 2007 1:04 pm

I made healing potion last night. It featured a litre and a half of pomegranate and blueberry juice, two litres of sprite, a cup of frozen-up tropical squash and about half a bottle of sloe gin. Also, we bought vinegar bottles from the random crap shop in town and funneled it into them so we each had a vial to drink from. It was the perfect shade of red. Then Ed put more gin in it and it became rather sickly. I think Luke took some pictures. I don't have them yet.

Limes! Also we had four limes. We should perhaps have had more limes.

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Re: Drinks inspired by web comics

Postby ntw3001 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:39 am

I hosted a cocktailcrafting get-together this weekend! Now Freeman has swine flu. Anyways, I actually finally got round to creating the Hello Turbine.

Hello Turbine

1/2 shot Grenadine
1 shot Gin
Top off with grapefruit juice
And a tiny bit of tonic water for purpose of make fizz
Oh and a quarter lime. Juice, not the lime itself.

It is in an short glass, by the ways.

It's sour! It was conslithered acceptable by most. I guess Gina and Freem don't like sour cocktails.

Other cocktails were also made, but they're of no interest to you folks. I have set aside a stolen school workbook for recording delicious improvised cocktails. Actually I may have to take some cocktails from this thread.

Wait a moment, I'm sure the ntw3001 involved rum or such. Sneh.


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Re: Drinks inspired by web comics

Postby Nyperold » Tue Jul 14, 2009 1:09 pm

Heh! I'm not into sour myself, but hey...

Ummm... okay, a Micro Mouth should makes you lips pucker, temporarily take out your vocal cords (without ...um... entering your trachea...?), and suppress your appetite.

Cybernetic Vernon. I guess it would make you condone things.
Murph Mccollum?
Super Ficial
Weasel Man...?

Looking at stevenf's comics:

HEATH WARNING. It should probably involve the candy bar.
Kinkade's FIRST Snowman. It should be cold and served in a lit glass. A pint of light.
Swallowing a hotdog o nthe farm
Michel Brownie
Your Life Ins. Company PRAYS you will NEVER DRINK this.
Viking Art Gallery
house and the sheds
Mighty Cucumber
Swiss pharmacy
Henrietta Hamper

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