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Having a Guinness before bed. The aforementioned tee has sparked remarks from 4 other guests. 3 knew the song and one asked WTF.
You all know what a pint of stout looks like, so here’s the shirt instead.

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On to more serious matters, drink:
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You've got to start on something,
Then,
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That's my Bass (one for the fisher folk there) with local dry white Xynisteri varietal. Somewhere between semillion and Pinot blanc. Good match.
Especially as it's a whole half-bottle glass. 375ml. Good grief!
SWMBO'ds was half that with scallops with black linguine.
The designated driver(edit!) tonight, thanks and whoopee.
 
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On to more serious matters, drink:
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You've got to start on something,
Then,
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That's my Bass (one for the fisher folk there) with local dry white Xynisteri varietal. Somewhere between semillion and Pinot blanc. Good match.
Especially as it's a whole half-bottle glass. 375ml. Good grief!
SWMBO'ds was half that with scallops with black linguine.
The designated diver tonight, thanks and whoopee.
I'd rather have a pint of bass 😉
 
On to more serious matters, drink:
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You've got to start on something,
Then,

That's my Bass (one for the fisher folk there) with local dry white Xynisteri varietal. Somewhere between semillion and Pinot blanc. Good match.

I love/hate it when you find stunning local wines on holiday at exceptional price points. Then you bring some home and they don’t work, or worse fork out a load cash for the same bottle only to be let down.
Enjoy the moment, and the Bass.
 
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My own assembly of a Greek salad, with sun dried tomatoes and (desalted) so-salty-sardines. With a Humor 'Meet Sir Theta' Pilsner.
Me neither🫤.
The morning was spent poolside watching a pair of Eleanora's falcons the opposite side of a dried river gorge,
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feeding then play flying games with their young offspring.
I've never seen this species anywhere before except in a book, so I'm excited and flying ecstatically too.
The birds are wickedly fast when stooping,
me not so much.
Old bones and joints. 🧓🧎
 
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