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drinkies

n. drinks; liquor. Okay, kids, it’s drinkies all around.
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But in the meantime, keep an eye out for a copy of the "Baladi Bar Flyer" at Drinkies and at a baladi bar of course, or visit www.
Sho I really hate my lovely friendsh at Tescho who want me to pay lotsh with my plashtic card for my friend the drinkies.
Using charm, drinkies, lunchies, they ingratiate themselves.
This was drinkies time, and there was as just as much condensation on the window of Westgate Street's Flyhalf and Firkin as usual, and the customary row of workmens' - and girls' - bums on the windowsill.
Charlotte Gray Cert 15, 121 mins Invited to an MoD drinkies do when a chap from the Ministry spots her reading a novel in French on the train, bilingual Scot Gray volunteers to do her bit for the war effort by joining the SOE and going over to France to work as a courier.
The star had performed a handful of hits to a celebrity crowd that included Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis before meeting John for late-night drinkies at Soho House.
But in the meantime, keep an eye out for a copy of the eIuBaladi Bar FlyereIN at Drinkies and at a baladi bar of course, or visit www.
Digging a dusty bottle of port out of the back of a cupboard and presenting it at the neighbours' Christmas drinkies is another male ruse.
IF YOU are ever in Hong Kong I'd heartily recommend trying to wangle an invite to drinkies and nibbles at the British Counsul General's apartment.
Over Easter, some pals came round for a few drinkies.
He knew there had been more than a few drinkies throughout the night.