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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    I had Sarsaparilla once , one mouthful . That was enough


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    Me too..yuk. Is that Root Beer or something different. RB is very American?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald the Great View Post
    Me too..yuk. Is that Root Beer or something different. RB is very American?
    Don't like either myself..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald the Great View Post
    Me too..yuk. Is that Root Beer or something different. RB is very American?
    Yeah, never seen root beer here in Britain
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    Quote Originally Posted by tex View Post
    Yeah, never seen root beer here in Britain
    It's available in Asda, if you can manage to get used to the "mouth wash" taste it's really nice with a scoop of ice cream in.
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    This is Australia's answer to the healthy soft drink. 2.5% added sugar. No artificial nasties. All our kids should be encouraged to drink this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    I'm sensing you have a savoury palate ...


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    Far from it but you're just not selling it to me...
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    When did you have your first date.

    How was it.

    Did it lead to anything substantial.

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    I am trying to wrack my memory bank for my first date. Oh yes we worked at the same place.. I had had my eye on her for some time so when we had a work function I asked her to dance. We hit it off and arranged to have a first date the following week. I was nervous as hell leading up to it but gathered myself for the big day. I had booked a restaurant which I had eaten at on previous occasions so I knew it pretty well. It had the correct amount of soft liting and atmosphere to impress a girl. The nite turned into a disaster. I was so on edge that I made a complete fool of myself. Basicly I tried too hard to impress her and failed miserably. I learned a good life lesson from that date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard1978 View Post
    It's available in Asda, if you can manage to get used to the "mouth wash" taste it's really nice with a scoop of ice cream in.

    I always imagined that root beer was like our ginger beer, but by the sound of it, it isn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald the Great View Post
    When did you have your first date.

    How was it.

    Did it lead to anything substantial.
    I was a fairly early starter and had my first 'date' at about 10 years old .. I went to her house for tea and she made chips !!

    I was very impressed !!

    Only lasted a couple of weeks and then I fell for someone else



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