Pokernight Gin

Pokernight Gin

I’ll still drink it though.  It’s not bad, just not as good as Bombay.  I can understand Matt’s point.  When you’re the one buying the gin that dozens of other people are going to drink without any sort of compensation it is awfully tempting to cut corners.  I’ve been doing this bring tonic and limes thing for a few weeks now.  Kind of a cop out, but then again, I don’t have any appreciable income.  Still, maybe I should bring some gin next week.

Mind you, not that Matt hasn’t been over to my house drinking my Bombay two or three times in the past two or three weeks.  Our comptroller has started asking my housemates to account for their personal acohol consumption because I think he wants to ask me to personally pay for more of the booze that ends up down the toilet around here.  I already pay for one out of every three handles.  The problem is our house went through six handles of Bombay Sapphire in December alone, when a number of us were away for significant periods of time.  Maybe it’s time to start buying them by the dozen.

Well, I’m off to Iceland.  Updates might be sporadic for the next couple of days.

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Discussion (5)¬

  1. Kyle D. says:

    This is great. I wish more people would make comics about people I know…

    But Iceland?

  2. blake says:

    Tune in next week for “Kyle is made to do embarrassing things in front of his co-workers.”

  3. L. Nichols says:

    You could always buy your own personal handle of gin and hide it somewhere? Can you buy Bombay in larger than a handle quantities? New Amsterdam does taste a bit like bubble gum.


  4. oranje says:


    And TangTen > Bombay Sapphire. Just sayin’.

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