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RE: Dave! (Was Re: Igor!)
- From: "Gary R. Van Sickle" <g dot r dot vansickle at worldnet dot att dot net>
- To: "'The Cygwin-Talk Malingering List'" <cygwin-talk at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 08:09:21 -0600
- Subject: RE: Dave! (Was Re: Igor!)
- Reply-to: The Cygwin-Talk Malingering List <cygwin-talk at cygwin dot com>
> From: Dave Korn
> Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 4:30 AM
> To: 'blame canada!'
> Subject: RE: Dave! (Was Re: Igor!)
> Igor Peshansky wrote:
> > On Wed, 4 Jan 2006, Gary R. Van Sickle wrote:
> >> - One fifth cheap vodka.
> >> - One fifth cheap cognac.
> >> - One fifth agricultural diesel (not cheap).
> >> - One fifth horse tranquilizers imported from England or
> Russia where
> >> the can still be gotten reasonably cheap.
> >> - One gallon spoiled milk.
> >> - One dozen eggs, Grade B or better.
> >> - One tablespoon Nog.
> >> - One fifth of your favorite sippin' whiskey (cheap).
> >> - One fifth cheap Scotch.
> > Sounds suspiciously like the contents of my stomach after our New
> > Years party... (well, except for the agricultural diesel, which, as
> > you so eloquently put, is not cheap).
> Ahh, but it gives it that lovely red colour... it's always
> worth the cost of using quality ingredients!
Indeed. It's like granny always said: "It ain't Nog without the diesel."
It needs *something* to give it some kick.
> >> Combine all ingredients in large bowl. No refridgeration required.
> >> Serve lukewarm at breakfast or whenever you need a "pick-me-up".
> >> Serves 4-6.
> > Aye, there's the rub. We were too lazy to mix it
> beforehand, so ended
> > up having it mixed in our stomachs. To each his own, I guess...
> > Igor
> > P.S. Wasn't that the recipe in the Canadian interpretation? :-)
> ITYM "Wasn't that the recipe in the Canadian
> interpretation, eh? :-)", HTH!
No you hosers, Canadian Egg Nog has backbacon. Take off, eh.
Gary R. Van Sickle
"O! Canada, we stand on guard... for... Nog!"