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Onan the Clumsy
7th May 2005, 02:01
:yuk:

BlueDiamond
7th May 2005, 02:06
Which one did you try, Onan?

:O

Jerricho
7th May 2005, 02:08
What, is that like beer flavoured coffee (know how much you like beer mate ;) ), or some other flavour........like marmite.

Onan the Clumsy
7th May 2005, 02:08
Oh I don't go near the things. I think they should employ all the out of work hazmat teams to destroy any that's still around.

Standard Noise
7th May 2005, 02:21
Tis the coffee flavoured coffee that I find most foul.:yuk:

Jerricho
7th May 2005, 02:33
Them people in Vancouver sure like their coffee. I think the only choices are large, extra large and "this will keep you awake for at least the next 6 hours"

BlueDiamond
7th May 2005, 02:42
I like the sound of Vancouver!

:ok:

Jerricho
7th May 2005, 02:48
Bluey, do you have one of them "handbag" doggies like what Paris Hilton has, or into running a thousand kilometers a day? Seems that's what you have to do to live there.

(Oh, and it rains heaps)

pigboat
7th May 2005, 03:12
Did you visit Wreck Beach? :E

Jerricho
7th May 2005, 03:18
No, but I did visit Jericho beach.........were you guys not watching the web cam (http://www.jericho.bc.ca/webcam/webcam.html)

;)

BlueDiamond
7th May 2005, 03:30
"handbag" doggies
It would take four of those to equal the large, ginger cat currently sitting on my prooning desk.

:rolleyes:

Couldn't see you waving in the piccy, Jer ... it's nice to have a beach named after you though ... even if they did spell it wrong.

:E

Jerricho
7th May 2005, 03:34
My petition is in the mail............I did try to raise an Aussie flag, but Mrs J didn't want to bail me out of jail ;)

Hangbag ginger moggie. Interesting concept. Expect to see it on the streets of Paris real soon.

Onan the Clumsy
7th May 2005, 13:17
Ok, now about the flavoured coffee

:yuk:

BlueDiamond
7th May 2005, 13:27
The Irish Cream flavoured one is quite nice.

:ok:

Jerricho
7th May 2005, 15:23
Heh.

Favorite line form the Simpsons:

"How about you Irish up this coffee for me?"

pigboat
7th May 2005, 20:14
Ok, now about the flavoured coffee...
Well, if you spilled yer flavoured coffee in yer lap on Wreck Beach you'd be in for 3rd degree burns pronto. ;)

tall and tasty
7th May 2005, 20:19
I love the vanilla flavoured coffee

Haven't tried any of the others but also love Irish coffee with a dash of the real stuff

TnT:p

Morgan James
8th May 2005, 12:29
Agreed on the Irish Cream and the hazelnut is quite nice too. Nothing beats a real Irish coffee though, with lashings of fresh cream.

:ok:

cyclicmicky
8th May 2005, 13:05
With you on the Gaelic coffee TnT,
Delish!!.........espescially after some nice vittels at the local favourite restaurant.
Never tried vanilla though, ....will have to look out for it.
:ok:

candoo
8th May 2005, 17:59
Double espresso................. full stop!

Jerricho
8th May 2005, 19:08
Austin Powers anybody?

"Mmmmmm, nutty.........."

chiglet
8th May 2005, 19:11
On a "good" day...Amaretto [glug of]
On a "bad" day...Tia Maria [2 glugs of] with whipped cream
watp,iktch

ShyTorque
8th May 2005, 22:55
Cheese and onion flavour is my favourite.

RiskyRossco
9th May 2005, 00:26
Yeaahhhh. . . . Bluey, Irish cream is the business.

Rather taken with a few in the "Jarrah" range, made it a point to try summat different in Vancouver every day.
GrabbaJabba, Second Cup, Blenz, Starbucks and a nifty li'l joint in Lac Louise, Rocky Mountain Cafe.
Great coffee thermos cups but leave yours unguarded for 5 secs and . . whooooosh!. . say goodbye to it. .

But, Jericho Beach? Had a blast, great youth hostel (ex-army hospital). Not there 24 hr and met a real h o n e y from Perth who'd run away from her wedding. S/thing about finding out the groom was a jerk on the eve of the Event.
Did the Grouse Mtn thing first in driving squalls and snow. . again when Mr. Sun came along. . , almost got to Cypress Park/Valley. Natch, was a tough choice betwixt mounting bike and yelling "Eastward ho!" or. . .. throwing it away in favour of dimples and hazel eyes. . .

:(
She married a RNZA captain, in the end. Not the original groom, y'unnerstan.
Jeremy's bar, along Broadway, was my intro to hockey on big-screen. And a game actually broke out in the middle of a fight. Most impressed.

lexxity
9th May 2005, 11:49
Shut up about coffee please, one finds that de-caff just isn't the same. So onto my list of things I want immediately sprog appears is a big mug of steaming coffee, one likes Vanilla a lot and finds the blend from Horrids food hall to be most palatable.