Sunday, June 15, 2014

Have Gin, Will Travel

June 14 was World Gin Day but we here at Infomaniac know that EVERY day is gin day.

For those of you who frequent the Gincuzzi, why not try something new? How about a bar on a bicycle?



The Travelling Gin Company is a travelling pop-up bar.

Two Brits dispense gin-based concoctions from their vintage bicycle.





Cocktails on wheels. We here at Infomaniac say "Bottoms up!" to that.

42 comments:

  1. Are those guys of legal age to even be at Infomaniac?

    If so, Gimlet please!

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    1. LX: Are you suggesting they’re twinks?

      Mistress MJ has learned her lesson about posting twink photos, following the Neymar debacle.

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    2. My first thought was Network Administrators*!

      * A former UNIX System Administrator coworker always referred to everyone in the Networking Group as Twinks.

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  2. I'll take the concocktions. AND the two Brits.

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  3. Well dear, everyday is gin day for me!!!!!! Its my friend! Gincizzi? I haven't been back in since I accidentally grabbed Brit Jon's junk. I though it was my lemon that fell in that I was grabbing. And poor Prinny hasn't been back since, and all Wallingford wanted to do was film a gin infused porn.

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    1. When I drink gin I am porn incarnate!

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    2. MISTRESS MADDIE: A lemon?

      Remind me not to send you grocery shopping.

      And could you please try to keep Wallingford under control?

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    3. Grabbed my junk? I didn't think toy boats were allowed in the Gincuzzi... Jx

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    4. JON: Be glad he didn't make a move for your dinghy.

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  4. someone might be able to convince
    me to cozy up to a sissy bar.

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    1. NORMA: Where you’ll be plunked down on the banana seat.

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  5. I hope there's more than one bike. That thing on its own isn't going to be able to carry anywhere near enough gin to fill the Gincuzzi!

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    1. MR. DeVICE: If it’s not enough for you I say, “On your bike!”

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    1. MISS SCARLET: I don’t know if they’re pink panties men or Lurex purple posing pouch men.

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  7. Call when the bourbon skateboard comes by...

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    1. WALLY: I await the rum rickshaw.

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  8. Gin is for old ladies, according to Dashiell Hammett. I'm a vodka man, myself. Hey, MJ - do they still sell Silent Sam Vodka in Canada?

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    1. COOKIE: Gin never touches my lips but many Infomaniac Bitches are gin blossoms.

      Yes, Silent Sam is still produced here in Canada. It’s 40% alcohol and $56.25 CDN per bottle.

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  9. They had beer bike tours in Berlin and other places, but I don't know if they are still running, too much ... scenes & accidents.

    As Gin is forbidden country for you, dear Mistress, Rum is for me. So I'd pass the rum rickshaw - good invention btw !

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    1. MAGO: You can only start the Beer Bike Tour if you are sober, otherwise you will not be let onto the bike … The limit is 0,02 % Blood Alcohol Content) and no exceptions will be made. Please note random alcohol tests are conducted with the participants: for this purpose we have a breathalyser on site.
      That leaves me out.

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  10. I haven't had gin in many years, until last week when a friend made us awesome martinis with creme de violette. Simply divoon!

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    1. THOMBEAU: We can’t get Crème de Violette in Canada!

      I’m crossing the border to the Liquorette Drive-In.

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  11. You're damn right every day is Gin Day. And Vodka Day, Whiskey Day and Pimms Day.

    I was once offered a Gin colonic irrigation at a swanky health spa in California. Piping gin up your back passage is one unusual way to get drunk but I declined the offer on that occasion.

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    1. FANNY LOVE: You really must book an appointment at the Infomaniac House of Beauty.

      Don’t let the bad publicity of its temporary closure keep you away.

      Enjoy a Coffee Enema (guaranteed to “perk” you up!); Anal Bleaching (using Elizabethan Period arsenic); or a Stick of Butter Treatment (if you have to ask, you don’t want to know).

      Ask for our head beautician, Miss Scarlet.

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  12. I don't much like gin.
    (there, I said it)

    Sorry. That's ok, I'll see myself out.

    Just let me take a swim in the vodka pool before I do.

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    1. JASON: I detest gin but I felt the need to provide a Gincuzzi for those gin-soaked lushes such as … I won’t name names but I think we all know who they are.

      In the meantime, avail yourself of the Vodka Fountain.

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    2. I've just surfaced - I think I drank the Gincuzzi. Sorry. Hic! Jx

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    3. JON: I was wondering where your gin-soaked arse was.

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  13. As you know perfectly well, my bottom will be up after 3 G&Ts

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    1. MITZI: I had to Google that!

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  15. What an environmentally sound and healthy way to provide alcohol! Zero carbon emissions from the bike and you get to exercise pedaling that bike all over town!

    I wouldn't recommend drinking and pedaling though; I've seen quite a few drunks hurt themselves falling over or running into obstacles riding their bikes; hilarious, but still a bad idea.

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    1. EROS: I had a friend who was stopped by the cops for drunk cycling!

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    2. Is that a friend like the one that Mr Lax has?
      Sx

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    3. Don't make me ban you, Miss Scarlet.

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