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Old 06-20-2013, 05:34 PM
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I keep it in the fridge on the dock, that way I enjoy the boat and beverages... separately
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Old 06-20-2013, 05:41 PM
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Bloody Mary's @ 10 sharp. Got to keep the potassium levels up.
I'll damn sure be making some of these come Sat morning.
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:26 PM
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Take the bottle and shove it up your ***
Might be time to let off the throttle a bit. I think you might've overdone it there bud.

You're talking to my brother, and I can attest that while he has a good time, he's not an idiot. You started accusing him of drinking and driving, with no cause. Hell, I can guarntee you that if everyone here answered this thread honestly you'd here about a lot worse than some beers and whiskey. If you are against the 21st amendment contact your senator and congressman, send a letter to the president. Getting all judgemental over your idea of what should be in someone's cooler tells me this might not be the thread for you.

For the record, I don't usually have a cooler in the boat. I drink my coffee on the way to the launch, ski and board with a couple buddies hard as heck for 1-3 hours and head to work by 7:30. Coffee before and after. If we do get out for long enough to bring a cooler, it varies according to who's around, and how long we'll be. Guarntee that we have better beer than Red Stripe, and better whiskey than Jack though. Evening sets usually lead to drinking in the garage when we get back, but then, I have to trailer my boat home, not put it on the lift.
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:29 PM
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Wow, that looks delicious -- a meal in a glass.
That's the vegan version. Add beef jerky(wife's idea), for the perfect brunch drink.
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:58 PM
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Old 06-20-2013, 07:03 PM
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they are usually gone before we hit the lake



what do I look like a suit salesman
of course not, but, maybe his brother ?
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Old 06-20-2013, 07:46 PM
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Might be time to let off the throttle a bit. I think you might've overdone it there bud.

You're talking to my brother, and I can attest that while he has a good time, he's not an idiot. You started accusing him of drinking and driving, with no cause. Hell, I can guarntee you that if everyone here answered this thread honestly you'd here about a lot worse than some beers and whiskey. If you are against the 21st amendment contact your senator and congressman, send a letter to the president. Getting all judgemental over your idea of what should be in someone's cooler tells me this might not be the thread for you.

For the record, I don't usually have a cooler in the boat. I drink my coffee on the way to the launch, ski and board with a couple buddies hard as heck for 1-3 hours and head to work by 7:30. Coffee before and after. If we do get out for long enough to bring a cooler, it varies according to who's around, and how long we'll be. Guarntee that we have better beer than Red Stripe, and better whiskey than Jack though. Evening sets usually lead to drinking in the garage when we get back, but then, I have to trailer my boat home, not put it on the lift.
You nailed it there buddy. I'll be honest then.

Oh before I start. I almost never drink. Almost.

Bottle of vodka for my lady. Carton of whatever minute maid fruit juice suits her fancy that day. Bottle of sangria for all guests, cheetos, or Doritos. Ham sandwiches (bread toasted), the nectar of life (water), beef jerky, an inconspicuous can that holds contraband that I smoke (bag of weed and papers)

Oh and ice.

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Old 06-20-2013, 08:21 PM
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You nailed it there buddy. I'll be honest then.

Oh before I start. I almost never drink. Almost.

Bottle of vodka for my lady. Carton of whatever minute maid fruit juice suits her fancy that day. Bottle of sangria for all guests, cheetos, or Doritos. Ham sandwiches (bread toasted), the nectar of life (water), beef jerky, an inconspicuous can that holds contraband that I smoke (bag of weed and papers)

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did you just say Cheetos! my daughter still gets mad because I won't allow those. now pretzels, a whole different story!
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:33 PM
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did you just say Cheetos! my daughter still gets mad because I won't allow those. now pretzels, a whole different story!
Hot Cheetos......vice of choice for teenagers.
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Old 06-20-2013, 08:34 PM
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