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to open a mulled gin and rinsed mince pie bar?

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MaryzBoychildCheeszuzCrizpz Mon 23-Dec-13 17:22:57

To carry on the complaining and to drown Liney.

I've opened it in AIBU to piss off Trills etc and to see if mnhq leave it here

<sniggers childishly>

<opens wine>

Sparklingbrook Mon 23-Dec-13 17:23:39

YANBU. Cheers!

Trills Mon 23-Dec-13 17:24:14

What's a rinsed mince pie?

It's a pie. With mince. That's been rinsed.



Thanks Mary. wine

ssd Mon 23-Dec-13 17:25:06

I havent a clue what ur on about but cheers anyway x

MaryzBoychildCheeszuzCrizpz Mon 23-Dec-13 17:25:09

No idea Trills.

I was trying to come up with a clever title.

What I really want is for everyone to gather round and get merrily pissed [hopeful]

PacificDingbat Mon 23-Dec-13 17:25:31


And a twat.

Amaretto has Vit C? - Yes, depends on the amount you drink, of course.
Or you could poison somebody with cyanide... <muses>

TheVermiciousGrinch Mon 23-Dec-13 17:25:37

Bit early for Christmas, isn't it? fhmm

MaryzBoychildCheeszuzCrizpz Mon 23-Dec-13 17:25:59

And Twit, I'm disappointed.

Very disappointed.

How could you do it to me? Just how? <howllllllllllllls>


PacificDingbat Mon 23-Dec-13 17:25:59

Wrong mince, rinsed or otherwise

Twit Mon 23-Dec-13 17:26:05

Oops, I think I might have had the last post <cowers>

Sparklingbrook Mon 23-Dec-13 17:26:37

Right then. I am having a big pretend Southern Comfort to start. i also have those nibbles that come in the compartments with some shaped like fish.
I was in Tesco's at 6.30am so I am a bit tired-and it feels like midnight....

bigkidsdidit Mon 23-Dec-13 17:26:54

How do!

Just need to get the nippers to bed and I will hit the gin. I fancy a festive way to drink it tonight rather than just tonic. Any suggestions?

PacificDingbat Mon 23-Dec-13 17:26:58

I was hoping it would be me grin[evil]

<kicks MaryZ when she's down>

Trills Mon 23-Dec-13 17:27:31

But then the gooey sugaryness would come off..

MaryzBoychildCheeszuzCrizpz Mon 23-Dec-13 17:27:31

Helloooo Grinch fgrin

ssd, having a clue what is going on is definitely not necessary (or even likely) here

PacificDingbat Mon 23-Dec-13 17:27:59

Hm. Gin.
Nope, I am not big on gin other than with T <tradionalist>

Cosmo: Vodka, cranberry juice, twist of lime, ice.

Trills Mon 23-Dec-13 17:28:32

You are not being unSEASONable by the way

PacificDingbat Mon 23-Dec-13 17:28:54

Mince pies are vile anyway.
As is Christmas Cake.
And Christmas Pudding.
And Stollen.

Yes, I am an Equal Opportunities Hater of dried fruit.

MaryzBoychildCheeszuzCrizpz Mon 23-Dec-13 17:29:15

Sparkling, I'm heading to Tesco in a bit. I will need much supporting when I return.

Apparently mince pies used to have real minced meat in them. With dried fruit.

I'm sure they were lovely.

Fiderer Mon 23-Dec-13 17:29:22

I went to the bastarding supermarket this afternoon and a woman grabbed me at the gherkins to demand how I could/should improve her son's English. I was moving towards the gin and when she offered to pay for any improvement, I swear I held my breath.

Then I forgot the bloody gherkins.


Who wants to tell MaryZ she didn't get the last post on her other thread?


LineRunner Mon 23-Dec-13 17:29:54

I am going to visit le builder chaud who I suspect has a bottle of Jagerfilth.

Will take Kindle and report in.

MaryzBoychildCheeszuzCrizpz Mon 23-Dec-13 17:30:40

Thank you Trills <feels comforted>

Me too Pacific. Except for scones. I like a good sultana scone (to rhyme with gone), with jam and cream (in that order)

<opens cans of worms>

Oh too late. Forgot to hit post. I'm trying to cook dinner.

Weeeel throw Tesco nibble selections into the oven.

That counts as cooking, right?

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