The Wrong Side Of A Car Accident

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I feel like the wrong side of a car accident. The reason is depicted above. A rather potent virus of some kind is floating around Ljubljana and I seem to have caught the bug. Not that I’m the only one. Apparently the more attractive part of Les Canadiens caught it, as did half of the Ministry of foreign affairs and the mayor of Ljubljana. Lovely…

In the mean time, things are happening on the political scene, but they’ll have to wait. Suffice it to say that we are about to enter the eye of the storm…

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pengovsky

Agent provocateur and an occasional scribe.

12 thoughts on “The Wrong Side Of A Car Accident”

  1. “Sorry to hear that” and “me too”. But I do have something for you: The more attractive part of Les Canadiens left it on my blog, to spread some optimism, I guess. I bet you’ll like it:

    Traditional Scottish Whisky Tottie
    Well Matured Scotch Whisky – (2 fl oz)
    Boiling water
    Lemon juice – 1 tablespoon
    Sugar or Honey – 2-3 teaspoons
    In a mug, dissolve sugar or honey in 1/2 cup boiling water. Pour in 1 -2 shots of whisky, add lemon juice and stir.

  2. @Mr P: Get well soon & see you soon. Man Flu is the worst. Are you listening ladies?

    @Alcessa: I’m sure your recipe works a treat, but I can’t help feeling it’s sacrilege to water down a fine, well matured whisky. For any reason!

  3. @alcessa: AAAAAARGH! How CAN you! 👿

    There are only two things that you can put in a dram of whiskey: water or more whiskey.

    Unless of course we’re talking about Ballantines. That’s not a real whiskey :mrgreen:

    @Adriaan: Working on it. Fast.

  4. Getting well quickly, aren’t we? 😈
    Let me help you some more: of course not Ballantines.”The Famous Grouse” it was. Last time. OK OK, let me console you: the amount of whisky I drink is negligible. Really.

  5. My Scottish friend James urged me to have a Tottie when I was ill. With REAL whisky (Macallan, Highland Park, Glenmorangie…) Famous Grouse is good with Coke (check out Café 33 in Leuven, Belgium, when you’re even in the neighbourhood) Hope it helps! Get well soon, P, and take care of yourself. You have less than a week… 😉 :mrgreen:

  6. @Mr P (& Dr Fil): You might get a chance to try a REAL whisky (Dalwhinnie) sooner than you might imagine. Without additives, of course!

  7. If this is the kind of bug, that forces you to a great friendship with the toilet I had it, too. However, home made Gin (brinovec) does it for me.

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