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Is Irn Bru traditionaly served ice cold, chilled or at room temp in scotland?
That's iced with a twist of crack
apparently my friend met you at Latitude! Weird that, she said she felt star struck lol
sounds like Alex is resorting to new methods to get a date
what I thought it did?!
when will you learn
I've just worked out who your friend is, she was camped behind us.
She seemed nice, mega shy though!
She obviously didnt get drunk enough lol
WELL IS IT???!!
Normally chilled out of a glass bottle.
Then you have a weapon to smack the shit outta someone MOOORRAAAA C'MON YA DUICK YALDI
...they drink their beverages out of boots.
so I don't find them overly absorbent.
...they use Lemon Pledge. Scotland is that KERAZY sort of a place.
you can get it as a mixer in wetherspoons though.l
was my drink of choice at ATP
and 2 bottles of Vodka in our fridge
I'll report back my findings later this week.
as knowledgeable in the ways of Irn Bru; I've been round the factory and all sorts of shit.
Irn Bru is traditionally served cold enough to burn your throat in vodka or whisky.
but you dont see me writing posts on it
Why would you be near something you don't like?
its like bonking a minger with aids
because beggars can't be choosers. Its fine though, you can carry on.
yea its well nice :)
whats a jake?
Noun. 1. A drunk, a meths drinker. Derog. [Scottish/Glasgow use]
2. A down and out, a homeless person. Derog. [Scottish/Glasgow use]
All had a name change, have we?
WELL HAVE WE??
they were just helping me out