Re: CHAT: Smokes was Re: CHAT: postcodes
|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 24, 2002, 16:16|
Why jump on the bandwagon when you can dive 'neath the bulldozer?
As attentative readers of the list already may've noted, I abhor smoking in
any form and detest cider. I drink several cups of coffee a day, usually
with milk. In addition, we apparently tend to like our coffee alot stronger
than's usual in the US too (this from the reaction of the few Americans I've
seen drinking coffee in Sweden). I occasionally drink beer, and very
occasionally white wine or liqeurs. Oh, and sometimes tea.
Paul Bennett wrote:
>From: Jan van Steenbergen <ijzeren_jan@...>
> > Oh dear! I am quite a heavy smoker myself. Mostly
> > French tobacco, sometimes a cigar and rarely a
> > pipe. Am I the only one here?
> > On the other hand, I (almost) don't drink, except
> > for huge amounts of milk and coffee.
> > It could be a nice subject for a poll.
>Camels or Camel Turkish, maybe ten a day, plus a
>pipe or two of Borkum Riff in the evening.
>Coffee, neat, in copious amounts. French Roast
>Tea, Ceylon, strong with milk.
>An occasional Scotch. I have a bottle each of
>Talisker and Laphroaig open in the cabinet.
>An even more occasional Guinness, but usually in
>larger quantities when I do.
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