Dear SubGeebie Cooler'nShit Mixologist AnswerBotFuk...

From: "rev_cletus" <>
Date: Sat, Feb 28, 2004

When making a dirty Martini, is it most correct to stir in a healthy dollop
of brine from the olive jar, or should the budding gin-head simply *lay* it
in there, forcing him/her/itself to wait until the very last tug on that
heavenly Bombay Sapphire nectar for the warm, earthy slug o' briny goodness?

Also, what sort of olives are recommended? My local grocery had some
smallish Spanish olives that seem a wee bit short of gourmet; what are the
"good* ones?

Dobbs' *cock*, but this shit is GOOD...

Thinkin' about a third, but makin' sure in advance the path to the bed is


From: "Dunter Powries" <fech.redcap@spedlin>

Don't be unduly concerned with the actual quality of the olive itself or
even if the object being introduced into the martini is, in fact, an actual
olive. It's the SIZE of the object that counts. An olive is small enough
to choke on and the more martinis you drink, the more apt you are to do so.
Consider using a more safely sized object such as a grapefruit, jelly jar, a
human hand, or a sofa cushion. Naturally, you will need to use a
correspondingly larger glass, but that can't be helped and, after all, it's
the SAFE thing to do.

You're welcome.

Dunty Porteous,
Human Sacrifice

"When choosing between two evils I always like to take the one I've never
tried before."
-Mae West

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