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  • Humphrey Bogart walks into a bar. He's feeling a little seasick and travel weary. What drink does he order?




  • Steve wrote: »
    Humphrey Bogart walks into a bar. He's feeling a little seasick and travel weary. What drink does he order?


    hint??




  • G&T
    Gin, cos of "Rick's Café Américain" the gin joint made famous in the film Casablanca, and tonic because a tonic is a curative.
    But mostly because I have a craving for a G&T.

    I'm older than Minecraft goats.





  • robtri wrote: »
    hint??
    Why would he feel seasick?
    Where did he travel from?
    OldGoat wrote: »
    G&T
    Gin, cos of "Rick's Café Américain" the gin joint made famous in the film Casablanca, and tonic because a tonic is a curative.
    But mostly because I have a craving for a G&T.
    :confused:
    Not even close :)




  • havent a clue....

    only thing i can think of is Captain Morgans Rum


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  • Early 1940's would be another clue.

    Some might say that the drink he ordered contained all of the important BGRH food groups. ;)




  • Steve wrote: »
    Early 1940's would be another clue.

    Some might say that the drink he ordered contained all of the important BGRH food groups. ;)

    well i am stumped!!!!!!!!!!!




  • Black Velvet?




  • Bacontini?




  • Zaph wrote: »
    Bacontini?

    *want*


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  • Steve wrote: »
    Humphrey Bogart walks into a bar. He's feeling a little seasick and travel weary. What drink does he order?

    A martini?

    I remember it being mentioned in a book as a cure for seasickness.
    I don't see it working tbh.




  • trout wrote: »
    Black Velvet?
    Closer but not quite a Cuban yet.
    Giselle wrote: »
    A martini?

    I remember it being mentioned in a book as a cure for seasickness.
    I don't see it working tbh.
    I never said it was a cure for seasickness :)

    There's a strong Irish connection in the answer :cool:




  • Oirish Coffee ?




  • Pint of Guinness




  • trout wrote: »
    Oirish Coffee ?
    We have a winner! :cool:

    Bogey, as his mates in the pub used to call him, is credited with being one of the celebs who spread the word of this certain drink invented in Foynes Airport (aka, the river Shannon at the time).
    The passengers, having flown transatlantic on PAN-AM's famous flying clippers and ferried ashore, were welcomed with a hot drink of coffee, cream and Irish whiskey.

    The floor is yours brother trout :)

    Edit:
    Steve wrote: »
    Some might say that the drink he ordered contained all of the important BGRH food groups.
    Just to qualify this hint: The important food groups I was referring to were caffene, sugar, fat and alcohol. :D




  • *feels smrt ... that's S-M-R-T*

    OK ... here's my question, it's a two-parter, and google won't help anyone here.

    How many favourites have I stored in my browser, and what browser do I use?




  • 17:Firefox

    And this weeks lotto numbers are: 12, 17, 34, 37, 146, 292 and 503

    I'm older than Minecraft goats.





  • No, no, and noted :cool:




  • trout wrote: »
    How many favourites have I stored in my browser
    None.
    and what browser do I use?
    This one:
    sig-54100.png

    :)




  • No, wrong browser, right OS


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  • trout wrote: »
    No, wrong browser, right OS
    Firefox then..?




  • Steve wrote: »
    Firefox then..?

    Nope ... think sneakier than that




  • Dunno about those fruit based browsers..

    You're obviously using a useragent mask to pose as a different browser if the pic I linked was inaccurate. Throwing your forum into the mix would lead to safari on a some sort of I-thing?

    After that, I'm stumped.




  • Not Safari either.

    Some sneaky browsers masquerade as other sneaky browsers, so that sneaky bots and malware get all confused, and also for reasons of general underhanded sneakiness.

    Think two words ... Fire and Fox aren't involved.




  • Sea Monkey.

    I'm older than Minecraft goats.





  • OldGoat wrote: »
    Sea Monkey.

    Nope. No animals involved.




  • limp biscuit?




  • limp biscuit?

    Like I said. No animals involved.




  • ace explorer?


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  • its a trick question

    you browse the internet using only the power of your mind:cool:


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