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Goat has to be one of the nastiest meats I've ever tasted. Not to worry, the dark lord accepts beef, and even veggie burgers. Happy belated birthday and happy drunk!

I like goat. It's flavor is a lot like lamb, even if it is more gamy. That doesn't bother me though.

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9 hours ago, BlutAusNerd said:

I like goat. It's flavor is a lot like lamb, even if it is more gamy. That doesn't bother me though.

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Gross. I used to like lamb, but even that doesn't sit well on my palate anymore. Not drunk ATM so probably should be posting elsewhere...

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11 minutes ago, FatherAlabaster said:

Not drunk yet, but I'm having the rest of our bottle of rosé, thought natassja should know.

Ah ....was it purchased from late night garage tho..? If not it is a falses..do not entry..lol

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4 minutes ago, natassja7 said:

Ah ....was it purchased from late night garage tho..? If not it is a falses..do not entry..lol

We don't have those here. Missing out. Best I can do is a shitty package store ten minutes walk away that barely sells anything palatable - I'll just nip out then, shall I?

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10 minutes ago, FatherAlabaster said:

We don't have those here. Missing out. Best I can do is a shitty package store ten minutes walk away that barely sells anything palatable - I'll just nip out then, shall I?

Yes ...! That sounds like just the place for some palate stripper..:)....ok you nip out...I have just the Hors d'oeuvres for accompaniment..lol.

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7 minutes ago, FatherAlabaster said:

If by "hors d'oeuvres" you mean "dead mice and pocket lint", I'll be on the next flight.

Haha indeed ! The mice are in varying degrees of necrosis so something for everyone..! You can only enter if you play me The Beggars Song tho..then I know its you.

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28 minutes ago, natassja7 said:

Haha indeed ! The mice are in varying degrees of necrosis so something for everyone..! You can only enter if you play me The Beggars Song tho..then I know its you.

Guitar only, or do I have to do the vocals too? In that case I may need to postpone my flight till I've practiced up a bit.

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17 minutes ago, FatherAlabaster said:

Guitar only, or do I have to do the vocals too? In that case I may need to postpone my flight till I've practiced up a bit.

Ohh..you can't deny me that...i'll wait patiently..:)

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K know this is selfish and blah blah blah but...WHY DO PEOPLE INSIST ON PRE-DRINKS??? Tonight could have ended in far grander fashion (and maybe, just maybe, some action for the first time in A FUCKING YEAR!!!). If you know. and I mean actually KNOW, what you think you can get away with and what you can ACTUALLY handle are substantially different DON'T DO PRES!!!

 

So can you tell I'm less concerned with my housemate then I am the slim chance I could have pulled? Again I'm a bastard. Guess what? Don't care it's been a rough year.

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