robinbloke: (Vodka)
Today I will mostly be listening to this on repeat loop in my head.

An excellent night out at WUS which I have finally joined membership of, probably should have done so far too many years ago!
Plenty of people dancing and good chatting but on the way back... there was this poster... oh joy, oh rapture.

A Revolution bar is opening in Cambridge!!!!!
The opening date is June 22nd and you can apply for tickets for that evening as well. I've already ordered mine :D Anyone else up for a drunken evening of worship to the great vodka gods? Crash space available if you're travelling.

And if this wasn't enough I've also discovered that a Polish speciality shop has opened up on Napier street (behind the ancient druids) that apparently stocks over 40 types of vodka.

I may never be sober again.

UlyyyysseeeEEEeeeeEEEeeeeeeeees

ahem.

Addendum: Saw 28 weeks last night as well; brutual brutual film in the harsh take-no-punches sense of the word. A very good film indeed. Four and a half stars.

5 or 10.

Mar. 7th, 2007 12:39 pm
robinbloke: (Vodka)
Comment with the words "Top Ten" or "Top Five", and I will reply with a subject for which you will generate a top ten (or top five) list. Post the list and these instructions in your own journal, if you want to.

[livejournal.com profile] karohemd asked me for my top five vodkas, which are...

1. Snow Queen (Kazakhstan) Supremely smooth, deliciously warm.

2. Reyka (Iceland) New discovery, lava rocks make a difference!
3. Chopin (Poland) The pinacle of Polish vodkas.
4. Ketel One (Holland) Also relatively common now, horah! Hoping this doesn't impair quality however.
5. 42 Below (New Zealand) Wierd marketing but still a very very good vodka.

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