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drinkies

n. drinks; liquor. Okay, kids, it’s drinkies all around.
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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.
Anyway, as I say, I was reliving old times with Richard Chartres, currently Bishop of London, at a little drinkies do after we'd been to a lecture on the work of Sir Christopher Wren, (appropriately in St Bride's Church, Fleet Street, which is somewhat inappropriately in danger of falling down).
Dominique's Day of Decadent Delights and Drinkies is the latest of a string of fundraising events held by her family to raise money for the Dominique Williams Academy, the dance and drama school created in her memory.
Well now you can make them at home with just some ice, ordinary table salt (sounds wrong, I know) and your juice of choice, and watch in wonder as it churns out seriously cool drinkies - even frozen margaritas, should you fancy a quick stiffener.
There is a well-tried way of putting one's elbow in the water of socialising, before we go the whole hog and commit to inviting Fred and Cynthia round for drinkies and a bite to eat.
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.
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.
He knew there had been more than a few drinkies throughout the night.
Christmas drinkies with raffle prize draw at 1pm TOAST - Complimentary gift wrapping and a chance to win a Toast Christmas hamper with every purchase INDIGO HILL BOUTIQUE - Exclusive new ladies boutique
Using charm, drinkies, lunchies, they ingratiate themselves.
TWENTIES SOMETHINGS: Drinkies time at Brideshead; TALENT: Thompson and Goode
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.