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...she looks at him dead in the eye and whispers “do you like what you see”...


Wow. All I was thinking was, it was lucky this didn't start a chain reaction. Now I have something new to add to my list of turn-offs. <shudder> Red Face


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Chevas Regal- Frown
 
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...she looks at him dead in the eye and whispers “do you like what you see”...


Wow. All I was thinking was, it was lucky this didn't start a chain reaction. Now I have something new to add to my list of turn-offs. <shudder> Red Face

You mean like this?
 
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My parents had New Years Eve parties with open bar. One year I snuck some gin and got sick. I couldn't stand the smell of gin for many years.
 
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Wow, I never knew there were so many different words for Vomit.
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barf, puke, ralf, projectile, hurl, heave, morning spew AND evening spew. Have I missed any?


The formal medical term is "emesis"

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My addition to this post would be Seagram's 7 and Mountain Dew. Wow that was a loooong time ago.


Stay thirsty my friends.
 
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And the ubiquitous "tossing one's cookies."


Just one more sip.
 
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Blowing chunks.
 
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I'm surprised no one has posted my all time favorite.

"praying to the porcelain god!"
 
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I'm surprised no one has posted my all time favorite.

"praying to the porcelain god!"


Lentini beat you to it page 7.


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I'm surprised no one has posted my all time favorite.

"praying to the porcelain god!"


Lentini beat you to it page 7.


LOL I missed it.. but it's so good it's worth saying again.
 
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I'm surprised no one has posted my all time favorite.

"praying to the porcelain god!"



Lentini beat you to it page 7.


LOL I missed it.. but it's so good it's worth saying again.


My favorite variation on the theme:

Yodeling in the porcelain megaphone.

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Driving the big white bus
 
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Bump due to the Hangover thread.


Looking forward to those mags of '08 Salon.
 
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Ugh. Some of the stories are stomach-churning. Thanks so much, Rob! Ack

For BRR, it's Wild Turkey. Had way too much at a party when I was young, went out the back door, some guys were passing around a pint of the stuff, and decided it would be a great idea...it wasn't so much the amount, but it was the last very disticnt memory (smell) I had, and can't go near it.


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Jack Daniels. Every time I've had it was in quick shot form, and every time the result was seeing my previous meal, deconstructed.
 
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Anybody ever try Malort? Truly the worst of all time.
 
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Was tricked into a shot of Chartreuse once... The taste of it instantly made me puke. Never again.
 
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Fighting Cock - a cheap rot gut whisky you can still find for $1.99 a liter. When we were underaged (it was 18 then), we used to get someone to buy it for us and we would mix with cokes from the drive-in. One night we had the bright idea of doing shots. It caused me to immediately flash hash. Now, I can't even look at a picture of the bottle without gagging.

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A college friend of mine got hammered on midori then proceeded to puke green all over one of my roomate's bathrooms. She was known as "the exorcist" for years after that event.


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Sometimes I read a thread and think we ran out of stuff to talk about like 4 years ago. ~spo
 
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Was tricked into a shot of Chartreuse once... The taste of it instantly made me puke. Never again.


Green or yellow?


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I'll add "selling Buicks" the list of euphemisms.
 
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Bacardi Limon
 
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I think I have one of these stories for pretty much every kind of alcohol.
 
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