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  • Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    What is the correct technique for eating quails legs with chopsticks?

    Had to resort to fingers….

    Jamie
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    I get my butler to do that shit for me.

    Premier Icon seosamh77
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    lift yer plate up to your mouth and shovel it in.

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    Quail have fingers?

    Jamie – Member

    I get my butler to do that shit for me.
    oh that is so cool, I hate having to leave the table half way through a meal and go for a crap myself.

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    Something serious just came up again. What do you do when the barman stirs your vodka martini rather than shaking it?

    brooess
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    Something serious just came up again. What do you do when the barman stirs your vodka martini rather than shaking it?

    let the spare one out of the cupboard?

    Premier Icon mrblobby
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    Does anyone really ask for a shaken vodka martini? Martini should surely always be stirred.

    Premier Icon DaRC_L
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    Vodkatini shaken or stirred shure-ley depends upon whether the vodka was frozen in the first place (or whether you’re in character as JB).

    In reality the vodka should be frozen and of good quality, the vodkatini stirred.

    The really important question is “how dry is your Vodkatini?”

    English Summer – equal portions of dry vermouth & vodka
    (Al Murray only approves of this for the ladies)
    Wet – 1 shot of vermouth to 2 of vodka
    Dry – 1/2 shot of vermouth to 2 of vodka
    Arid – pour 1/2 shot of very dry vermouth in the glass, swirl it round and tip out, top up the glass with vodka
    Atacama – wave the bottle of vermouth at the glass, fill with vodka.

    The use of a green olive is compulsory for all except English Summer where a maraschino cherry can be used.

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