And other fine, fine cocktails from the 1980’s:
Possibly Related: Getting Numb with Rum
The sawed-off shotgun of literary pulp.
OMG. This is your best yet. You are, indeed, on fire.
Thank you, sweetness! I was just thinking the same thing about you.
Ray, this is awesome! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Thank you, Amanda. How very nice to see you here.
Thank you for dropping by.
Love the edgy commentary, talented pours and of course the 80s music. Can’t wait to get more black vodka in your skillful hands.
Hi Jason. Thank you for watching — and thank you most especially for the beautiful black vodka, which, just so all my good (and bad) readers know, is distilled by my friend Jason at Copper Muse. #Fuck, yeah!
Are you kidding?! This kid is hot every night! I didn’t really care for Loverboy until now…Yet another great job, Harvey!
But quotation marks around “Fred”? WTF?
I found it appropriate since it’s a nickname… but you’re the writer… geez 🙂
Nickname!? I apologize. To think that all this time, I thought that was your name.
No worries- It happens all the time. It’s better than “Firth” or “Fritz”, I tell you what- (Note the use of parentheses again)
I apologize. I misspoke just now. I mean’t quotation marks not parentheses.
No need to apologize, Fred! I knew what you meant. We all knew what you meant, baby.
Crazy good Ray Harv! When someone’s a great athlete, they call them sick. Your one sick “Cocktologist”! Pure raw talent!
Thank you, Steveo!
It’s good to see you. Wish I could serve you a sick Carpet-Licker right now.
One hell of a ingenious video. Love it!
Thank you for watching and thank you for dropping by.
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Oh, yes, I do like this one…
you have no “like” or “heart” button, do you realize this?
My dear Ms. L, those buttons are within me.
And you really know how to push them.
You know what I always say: “It may always be pink on the inside, but not always on the outside….”
Remember that, Ray.
That gives me plenty to think about.
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