mikeymad wrote:(11hours till the first one... )...
scary thought... 2oz every hour for 24 hours and my liver will be pickled. (ok, maybe not... I really am THAT big... ha ha...)
that said... I may start around 9:00 or 10:00p... at least welcome in Eastern North America...
pkt77242 wrote:Hopefully I am feeling better by tomorrow night (fighting a cold and sinus infection), so that I can join in. Though the last two years I barely managed to stumble to bed after taking part in this. Great fun though.
I'm with you there Sean, last year I feeling the same way! It is good fun though, I'll definitely be around later tonight.
pkt77242 wrote:johan brugge wrote:Yeah, a local beer called Brugse Zot Dubbel (dark beer) at 7.5% vol. In fact, I just finished it. I think I'll switch to single malt again. I got home 30 minutes ago due to work so I missed the fire works in the street.
Sorry to hear that but it is great to have you on.
Hmm, Going with Balvenie DW, for the this next one.
I don't really care about New Year's Eve. I find it to be far too commercial but the kids were really keen on having me at home to watch the fire works. Next year ... I hope.
I_SPEY wrote:Enne, Johan, een besonder gelukkig en gezondekus nieuwjaar, eh manneke Ik neem d'er eentje op uw, he
Ik zen allang bezig manneke. Men glas is bekans leeg. Kdenk dak ne nieuwe gan inschinke.
mikeymad wrote:You with us for the duration Joseph?
Got a long way to go for us Left coasters...
Hey Mikeymad, Happy New Year!!
It'll be my pleasure, although I will drift in and out, for dinner, and a movie.
I'll be working on Talisker 175th for the rest of the night. Just opening a fresh bottle I stashed 2 years ago!
What are you guys drinking??
Dear MrsT, please excuse Andy from all duties today as he was very "tired & emotional" last night, he did his bit for world unity and should be rewarded with as many drams as he wants.
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