[Loch-Ruadh] So, how was the Wake?
padraig_ruad at irishbard.com
Mon Apr 29 12:33:12 PDT 2002
Your offers of autocratting and whiskey are noted and gratefully accepted - and I have witnesses as well. :)
I must also note that I suffered no dearth of potables at the Wake, from the fine spiced rum Lord Daniel gave me, to the Jameson's that was supposed to be his wedding present, to Baron Daniel's fine Scotch, to the many pints of Guinness I was given (I brought some, drank many, and still went home with more than I came with), and all of the other fine drinks that were shared with me.
However, as Irish whiskey _is_ my favorite among the distilled liquors, I'll hardly say no to it, now will I? :)
Nunc est bibendum
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>Based on the comments made by Padraig and a feeling of concern over my
>ever-growing flock, if it is so decided that one is needed, I'll volunteer
>to autocrat next year's wake. I'll make sure there is fine Irish Whiskey in
>attendance to revive Padraig (sorry Padraig, Lord Daniel had drank the last
>of my Tullamore Dew as a pre-wedding nerve calmer). This way, I can be free
>to enjoy the wake/birthday party in 2004.
>Laird Sean of Argyll
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