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Ladies Drinks'

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Recently I've been told that I drink ladies' drinks. By this I mean things that are fruity or sweet, rather than just beer or scotch. I’ve always been one to go for the “foofy” drinks, anything that sweet and mixed. The site that I use for my drink recipes, link removed, does not include a search category for gender, so I am wondering if it's real or imagined. What do you think? Are there drinks that are just for the ladies? Any guys out there that drink fancy mixed drinks?

Edited by Kat, 13 January 2006 - 06:32 PM.

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Nah the proper term for those kind fo drinks is poof juice, no one take offence not my name its just what we call em.

Men drink beer, or lager, but you may be excused if you are an American is americans dont know what good beer should taste like. Mixers i drink when im skint include vodka and coke and JD and coke nearest to the poof juice i drink and thast usually because i can afford nothing else, Guiness is my favourite drink but its rather expensive.

If you like em drink em but you are better with a beer those things are gut rot. Beers an aquired taste you learn to love it.
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