Careful ed1k, americans/canadians have rather special mentality about
drinks. Try to mention couple of times that you drink vodka and they start
to think you’re an alcoholic. Of course they do drink it too, it is just not
something to talk about. OTOH, you can mention drinking beer as much as you
can, that’s okay. They don’t drink ‘ersh’ in general, although I taught
couple of them and they liked it so much as to go and order it themselves,
much to the excitement of (russian) bartender who said it was first time he
made ‘ersh’ in America
P.S. for curious: ‘ersh’ is russian term for mix of vodka & beer.
“ed1k” <email@example.com> wrote in message
There is big binge in xUSSR countries today. I guess many russian QNXers
drink vodka now, but they
will have a beer on the way to home, and they will recall you. So, be
careful of hiccup, especialy
after lunch… Special congratulations to ledies (I hope they are present
at this meeting) from
russians (it’s a foolishness, but we live with it, congratulation to all
ladies with spring’s
Be sure, we are together in mind with you.
btw, I get spam in czech at first today > > There is only good thing they
don’t write “it’s not a
spam in accordance of american…” >
Thanks all for nothing,.
Beer without vodka – money for nothing.
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