Mmmmmm. When I was a kid, we'd drop peanuts in our Dr. Pepper. Worked with Coke, too, but best with DP. Now for those of you that want to try this at home, get the peanuts in the celephone bag that are shelled. Actually you want the peanuts that don't have any skin. And you have to drink some of the DP first, 'cause the peanuts will make it foam up right at first.<br><br>I stay away from sodas, but for me there is only one sure-fire cure for a bad hangover. A huge Coke from a soda machine. Cans don't help, neither do bottles. I swear by this one, folks.<br><br>[color:blue]A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. – W. Wonka</font color=blue>
Vijay,<br><br>Are you sure you're not part Russian? My Russian grandmother always had a bottle of vodka in the freezer. She said it was the ONLY way to appreciate the fine flavour of a good vodka... and she was right!<br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
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