Re: Let's discuss the Wars over a Cup of Lion's Milk

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Posted by FTeller/TTrader on February 16, 2000 at 21:13:17:

In Reply to: Re: Let's discuss the Wars over a Cup of Lion's Milk posted by English Trader on February 16, 2000 at 20:37:25:

: My So Very Precious Drinking Friend, ET
I shall pay heed to your warnings!

Leyla the FTel/Tra
: I must thank you with my whole heart for the support you offer me, in the face of that blackard the FT. For you, my friend, I will accept his presence (but not presents) at our Turkish Table.

: But I must warn you that he attracts women like moths to the flame, and this Jihan, who is reputed to be quite an exotic beauty as well as a talented singer, will be in danger if the FT is nearby! They all behave like jealous beasts, these women. I think it is his Gallic influence -- these French would rather make love with their faces and leave women crying than behave properly.

: For me, I look forward to your company with or without FT!

: I remain, as always,
: ET

: : :Mon Arkadash (Friend) FTrader,
: : I assure you that ET is too refined a gentleman who would not dream of influencing me as I tell you your fortune.
: : Lion's Milk, although as potent as Kimiz (aka Mare's Milk) is a completely different recipe. It is made of fermented grapes and anisette; though it tastes a bit like grappa or even ouzo, it is more palatable, less sweet, and one can drink a whole -lake full of it and still walk upright (upright in the eye of the beholder) in its aftermath.

: : Sincerely and cordially yours,
: : Leyla, F/Teller and T/Trader

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