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Old Jun 10, 2004, 5:42 AM   #11
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I know how you all were just dying to know....

I drunk it last night and was pleasantly surprised. Another surprise was that the 40% content had no effect on me. Unlike wine which can make me feel light headed after one glass. But I don't like wine so don't drink it.

I took some more shots of this from a different angle but wasn't pleased with them. I was getting a double reflection of the reflected vodka. If you look at a mirror from an angle you will get two reflections, one from the glass and one from its backing. The best way to see this is to shine a torch at a mirror and change its angle. You'll see if you try it. True, I could have achieved it all I wanted on the computer. But I wanted to take a picture of the real thing. The other options would be to use a piece of glass with a dark fabric underneath or a piece of glass coated with aluminium (another type of mirror) neither of which are at hand.

I've kept the three shot glasses. There was a green (melon), red (strawberry) and yellow (banana). I plan on playing with them using different colour waters and possibly ice.
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I've kept the three shot glasses. There was a green (melon), red (strawberry) and yellow (banana). I plan on playing with them using different colour waters and possibly ice.
Think "circles." :idea:
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