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Old 04-23-2009, 01:51 AM
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You know, I thought I'd love a Mojito, but no, no love for the mojito. :(

I could drink them all night long and keep right on going. I don't make them though, I have bartenders for that. The grinding of the mint is boring to me but it tastes soooo good.


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Old 04-23-2009, 01:55 AM
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The grinding of the mint is boring to me but it tastes soooo good.


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All 'hard' work has it's reward. The 'grinding' of the 'mint' might seem tedious, but the reward is mutual, and satisfying in nature.
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Old 04-23-2009, 02:01 AM
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All 'hard' work has it's reward. The 'grinding' of the 'mint' might seem tedious, but the reward is mutual, and satisfying in nature.
I'm selfish and want others to do things for me. And they will. I barely even have to ask. I am quite demanding of my bartenders.


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Love Mojitos. Had a lot of those in Miami.

Never had rocky mountain oysters. Don't plan to.
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Old 04-23-2009, 11:05 AM
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Love Mojitos. Had a lot of those in Miami.

Never had rocky mountain oysters. Don't plan to.
Do you make mojitos? Are you good at grinding the mint?


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Old 04-23-2009, 11:13 AM
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Do you make mojitos? Are you good at grinding the mint?


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Yes. I'll make you some great mojitos. I was born with my own mint grinder.
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Old 04-23-2009, 11:18 AM
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Yes. I'll make you some great mojitos. I was born with my own mint grinder.

Excellent. I knew you'd be a great bartender.


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I'm shellfish and want others to do things for me. And they will. I barely even have to ask. I am quite demanding of my bartenders.


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I corrected it for you

Well you should try some manx Kippers Amy...they are reallllllly tasty and quite meaty
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Well you should try some manx Kippers Amy...they are reallllllly tasty and quite meaty
Are those available here in the States? I am going grocery shopping tonight so I will see if they are at my store. I may have to cook some sort of fish tonight now.


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Are those available here in the States? I am going grocery shopping tonight so I will see if they are at my store. I may have to cook some sort of fish tonight now.


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well, they are native to the Ocean...so I dont know if they are available in the States...but go to your fish counter and ask for them
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