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Watch your drink in restaurants

post #1 of 9
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I was enjoying my dinner and Volcano at New Hong Kong last night during our snowboard team dinner. I notice a pink straw in my cocktail that was not mine. My cocktail is also disappearing at an alarming rate. A quick check of the extra pink straw uncovered a 5 foot long straw from the adjoining table.
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post #2 of 9
She definitely needs to be cut off.

Wouldn't that make your drink a "Dry Volcano"?

What do you call a snowboarder who's lost her cocktail?
post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by therusty View Post

Wouldn't that make your drink a "Dry Volcano"?

What do you call a snowboarder who's lost her cocktail?

They eventually ordered more drinks of their own. This is the mostly UK table. 

I hesitate to answer the last question.
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post #4 of 9
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If any of you are missing winter already, this was the drive over Berthoud Pass at 3pm yesterday.
post #5 of 9
There is one snowboarder in the front seat of a car taking video of the road. Who's driving?
post #6 of 9
Yo WTFH, did you  notice that it was the Brits who were stealing booze from another table? Doesn't that make you just cry a wee bit with pride?
post #7 of 9
That young lady could share my drink anytime!!!
She could even ditch the long straw and sit a little closer...
post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by Virtus_Probi View Post

That young lady could share my drink anytime!!!
She could even ditch the long straw and sit a little closer...

I'm sure Whitney does private request lessons. She also waits tables at The Cheeky Monk in The Village at Winter Park. thecheekymonk.com/  I don't know if she has a boyfriend.

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Who's driving?
Years of experience. Years of experience. On a scale of 1->10, 10 being excellent.....the road conditions then were an 8-9. Traction was not a problem. If you drive with your hands at 10 and 3 o'clock and then forget about the camera, it's not a distraction.

Last night at 10:30pm, it was a completely different situation. No video. Hwy 40 was icy, slick, and snowpacked. I drove up at 25 mph or less. I saw no other cars come up behind me. I saw 10 cars come from the other direction. I drove in first gear down the pass - 10-15 mph top speed. Not a whiteout with deep snow but it definitely got your attention. The snow came down almost all the way to Empire.
post #9 of 9
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Originally Posted by therusty View Post

Yo WTFH, did you  notice that it was the Brits who were stealing booze from another table? Doesn't that make you just cry a wee bit with pride?

Just a little!

... but more likely she was doing a service and showing you how to drink!
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