View Full Version : I cannot stop drinking.....

The Norks
05-04-2006, 18:09:31
.....tomato juice with worcester sauce :heart:

I am actually panicking that I will run out before jason gets back from his business trip to take me to tesco and get more of the specific juice that I like. I am also worried that the limited edition specially matured worcester sauce will stop being sold and i will have to revert to the regular sauce, rendering my beverage inferior.


Shit, I've finished the glass :nervous:

05-04-2006, 18:12:50
that sounds nasty

is there at least Vodka in it?

05-04-2006, 18:28:50
vodka!!! vodka!! withlemon.
yes. i am at work and i can't work so i drink.
one glass not too much.
still it renders me drunk.

i could propably descend to a vileny of badmouthing ex girlfriend but i wont.

05-04-2006, 18:30:01
but my fellow internet friends, shit.

she gave everything. and i mean everything. in two days.
so much giving and then
slash hop, done, nothing, black stone behidn.
even with acquired speed alone you're bound to crash.

this is where the famous phrase left with the dick in hand comes handy

05-04-2006, 18:49:38
Norks, give it a wee dash of Tabasco as well. Vodka would obviously be good, but probably best avoided in your present 'delicate condition'!

05-04-2006, 18:50:23
Btw, what you're drinking is known as a Virgin Mary (alternatively as a Bloody Shame).

The Norks
05-04-2006, 18:50:44
paiktis, do you write spam emails for a living?

The Norks
05-04-2006, 18:57:23
Originally posted by Rekrul
Norks, give it a wee dash of Tabasco as well. Vodka would obviously be good, but probably best avoided in your present 'delicate condition'!

well I have some tabasco olives I was thinking of adding, and I've toyed with the idea of a bit of Lime.
British guidance is that pregnant women can have 2-3 units of alcohol a week, but I haven't had any except for two white wine spritzers once, but it didnt feel right and i didnt enjoy it. I think in America its advised not to have any at all, and bars in New York won't serve pregnant women alcohol at all, I'm just going to stay tee total as there's no possiilities for disaster then.

05-04-2006, 19:06:21
is it because you are pregnant?

The Norks
05-04-2006, 19:55:20
it could be but to be honest I've always been partial to a tomato and worcester. I don't seem to have any weird cravings for coal or anything, I just seem to have quick flings with foodtypes ie I did pickles one week, shepherds pie the next, red and yellow peppers another week, chocolate cornflake cakes another week. My diets been really varied and frenetic, nothing seems to really satisfy me. I think maybe thats the body's way of making sure you get enough of all the vitamins and things you need. Oddly, I used to live on avocados, and I've really lost my taste for them, but I can't get enough boiled eggs and toast (soldiers) or fruit juices/smoothies. I think this child might just come out as a big egg or a big tomato.

05-04-2006, 19:59:38
Pragnant ladies have weird food cravings. :nervous:

The Norks
05-04-2006, 20:00:51
and pregnant ladies ;)

The Norks
05-04-2006, 20:01:38
Americans- do you have worcester sauce over there?

Lurker the Second
05-04-2006, 20:29:19
Absolutely. Big, American-sized bottles of it.

05-04-2006, 20:50:58
Originally posted by The Norks
and pregnant ladies ;) :bouncmsk:

Sir Penguin
05-04-2006, 20:54:52
Try Clamato juice.


The Norks
05-04-2006, 21:37:59
that sounds like a disease- what is it?

Greg W
06-04-2006, 00:06:59
Yep, that's some weird cravings there Norks. You need help, but then I've been telling you that for ages now. :D

Sir Penguin
06-04-2006, 02:50:25
Clamato juice is tomato juice mixed with clam juice. It's great.


06-04-2006, 03:19:07
Originally posted by The Norks
Americans- do you have worcester sauce over there?

Yes, but no one pronounces it right.

And in the US they recommend no alcohol at all for pregnant women.

Do they really say 2-3 a week is ok and not none? That is nasty considering the proven developmental effects not even counting full retardation from FAS. I have yet to see a report that says any is safe, only that the damage is additive, so drinking only a little will only slightly hurt your baby for its whole life rather than drinking a lot.

06-04-2006, 03:26:40
Holy hell its true.

Women who are trying to become pregnant should drink no more than one to two units of alcohol once or twice a week and avoid binge drinking.

They also alow for 300 mgs of caffeine a day! Thats 8 cokes or so! While no where near as bad as alcohol, increased miscarrages, low birth weights, and learning disorders are strongly linked to high caffeine consumption. Hell, people are starting to finally learn not to give kids caffeine at all until they are at least 4. If they are under two it takes 72 hours for caffeine to be processed by a baby.

06-04-2006, 04:06:18
yeah, caffience can be bad...

I really should never have any