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Posted: 2012.02.13 10:26 am
So I'm very new to this, I wasn't posting on this 7 years ago, so I'm starting fresh.
I graduated from UW-O.
I live by Red and Jeff.
I have a little girl.
I love tequila, rumchata, and tyku.
At this time, that is all.
Re: The Seven Year Itch
Posted: 2012.02.13 10:32 am
You said a lot with a little my friend.
Rumchata alone is a topic worthy of its own thread.
Posted: 2012.02.13 11:56 am
While I enjoy Rumchata immensely, I feel bad for Ty Ku. It kind of faded from the spotlight.
All I can figure is that Ty Ku is more of a summer drink, and Rumchata is better suited to the cold.
Either way, they'd make an ugly mixer.
Posted: 2012.02.13 12:46 pm
My love for Ty Ku wained after my bachelor party...for some reason.
Posted: 2012.02.13 6:38 pm
Is that why you broke the bottle on Puckaweekend last year?
Posted: 2012.02.21 11:44 am
I dislike beer 30...immensely....
Posted: 2012.05.07 1:13 pm
My girlfriends parents put rumchata in everything coffee, pancake or waffle batter, cereal etc. so I can longer stand the stuff.
Posted: 2012.05.09 9:17 am
You need to marry that woman so you'll have people of obvious immense genius as your parents-in-law.
Posted: 2012.05.09 3:20 pm
You just need to cleanse your palette with Ty Ku.
Posted: 2012.05.09 4:40 pm
I plan on marrying this women, you'll have to meet her red need daddy's approval. And what is Ty Ku I've never heard of it?
Posted: 2012.05.09 5:56 pm
Attaboy. If I was as young as you I'd be mounting every woman in Wabasha.
Ty Ku = Think Hi-C Ecto Cooler, but alcoholic. Very alcoholic.
Posted: 2012.05.09 7:26 pm
Interesting. Sounds pretty delicious, is it sold at all liquor stores?
Posted: 2012.05.09 8:11 pm
Most stores, anyway. Keep it chilled. And the bottle is a keeper.
Posted: 2012.05.10 10:30 am
It is still kinda hard to find. According to their site, they serve it at Marsibilios in Mayville but the closest liquor store that sells it is in Beaver Dam, Chill Zone Liquor.
I honestly wouldn't know what to do with it as a mixer. I just like holding the bottle until it goes empty and marveling at how quickly it got me buzzed up.http://www.trytyku.com/locator/
Posted: 2012.05.10 10:14 pm
I just went on a search for Ty Ku. went to chill zone and a couple other liquor stores, no go anywhere
Posted: 2012.05.11 8:24 am
Damn. An A for effort, son.
If your black ass can ever makes its way to Oshkosh you'd be welcome to stay over at my apartment. We could drink Ty Ku and hit up our favorite Oshkosh bars one night. I do owe you belated 21st birthday drinks.
Posted: 2012.05.11 9:02 am
I can vouch for Festival Foods. It's the only place I've ever seen it in the wild other than Woodmans. Should be available at the one in Fondy. It's usually by the flavored vodkas and weird liquors like Hypnotiq. Be sure to test the base light before you grab a bottle. It's not a real bottle of Ty Ku unless you can make it glow.
Posted: 2012.05.11 3:22 pm
Red I turned 22 almost 2 months ago, belated is an understatement. But we will have to figure out a weekend to make that happen, it's been to long since I've seen you or mom.
Jeff, I tore the shelves of chill zone apart I figured it would be by the funky vodka, but to be sure I asked and the guy didn't even know what it was. The hunt continues. I didn't leave empty handed though, picked up some spaten and blue moon.
Posted: 2012.05.12 7:23 am
That's the wonderful part of going to the liquor store. You can't lose.
Posted: 2012.05.12 8:25 am
Liquor stores are like toy stores when you were a kid. Once you're inside you want EVERYTHING IN SIGHT.
Son - That is a damn good idea. Come to think of it we never have gotten the chance to knock back drinks at a bar since you turned of age. You need to let me know how your schedule looks for the next month or two and we'll figure out a weekend.
Posted: 2012.05.12 10:17 am
Bring your boy to Beachcomber and make him a man.
Posted: 2012.05.14 12:15 pm
As long as their is no shotgunning involved, I'm in. Haven't done that since camping and it did not end well.
Posted: 2012.05.14 3:27 pm
We don't shotgun too much these days anyway. I'm too old for that shit.
Posted: 2012.05.14 4:38 pm
Yeah I hear you on that, fuck I almost drowned in a sea of my own ralf in my tent last time I'll do that shit. You taught me well red.
Posted: 2012.05.16 3:01 pm
Marsibilios does serve Ty Ku although no one ever drinks it. And I swore I've seen it at Chill zone before. Booze choices are fairly limited in Beaver Dam. Perhaps Hwy 33 Liquor in Horicon might have it?