by Erik on 2/12/2008 @ 11:01am
|"Dipper Swill" could be a new drink at the Hotel Murano.|
by KevinFreitas on 2/12/2008 @ 11:12am
|Doubt they'd want to call it that. I'm sure they could think of something more complimentary tho. It'd be cool if they could have glasses made in a similar shape.|
by izenmania on 2/12/2008 @ 11:14am
|I feel like the tall side would get slightly in the way of beverage consumption.
I do feel that all soup ladles used in the restaurant should be shaped like that, though.
by NineInchNachos on 2/12/2008 @ 1:06pm
|how about "Dipper Slurry" ?|
by NineInchNachos on 2/12/2008 @ 1:28pm
|Hey gang lets check in on ol' Kalakala, see how she's faring|
by Erik on 2/12/2008 @ 2:06pm
|how about "Dipper Slurry" ?
How about "Gritty Dipper Slurry."
by NineInchNachos on 2/12/2008 @ 2:17pm
|man you just had to throw the 'gritty' upthere...|
by Erik on 2/12/2008 @ 3:13pm
|man you just had to throw the 'gritty' upthere...
As disparaging of modifier "slurry" is, gritty is 10 times worse. I can handle a drink that it is a "slurry." But most would pass on the "gritty" drink. (Did someone forget to wash the dishes?)
by izenmania on 2/12/2008 @ 5:51pm
|Made with real sand!
It fits the theme! Sand is gritty, and sand can be melted into glass!
by Erik on 2/12/2008 @ 6:54pm
|It fits the theme! Sand is gritty, and sand can be melted into glass!|
Yes. And it makes such a difference whether the dirt/sand is melted or not.
Example #1: This is great beer/martini glass
Example #2: There's dirt in my drink
by NineInchNachos on 2/15/2012 @ 9:37am
|Hotel Murano update! www.thenewstribune.com//2012/02/14/20262...|
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