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The father, passing through his son's college town late one evening on a
business trip, thought he would pay his boy a suprise visit. Arriving at the
lad's fraternity house, dad rapped loudly on the door. After several minutes
of knocking, a sleepy voice drifted down from a second-floor window,
"Does Ramsey Duncan live here?" asked the father.
"Yeah," replied the voice. "Dump him on the front porch."
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The mark of a good party is that you wake up the next morning wanting to
change your name and start a new life in different city.
-- Vance Bourjaily, "Esquire"
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The search for the perfect martini is a fraud. The perfect martini is
a belt of gin from the bottle; anything else is the decadent trappings
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The telephone is a good way to talk to people without having to offer
them a drink.
-- Fran Lebowitz, "Interview"
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The verdict of a jury is the a priori opinion of that juror who smokes
the worst cigars.
-- H. L. Mencken
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The voluptuous blond was chatting with her handsome escort in a posh
restaurant when their waiter, stumbling as he brought their drinks,
dumped a martini on the rocks down the back of the blonde's dress. She
sprang to her feet with a wild rebel yell, dashed wildly around the table,
then galloped wriggling from the room followed by her distraught boyfriend.
A man seated on the other side of the room with a date of his own beckoned
to the waiter and said, "We'll have two of whatever she was drinking."
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The water was not fit to drink. To make it palatable, we had to add whiskey.
By diligent effort, I learned to like it.
-- Winston Churchill
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"The whole world is about three drinks behind."
-- Humphrey Bogart
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The wise and intelligent are coming belatedly to realize that alcohol, and
not the dog, is man's best friend. Rover is taking a beating -- and he should.
-- W.C. Fields
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There are more old drunkards than old doctors.