When it comes to enjoying a good drink, the brand of the liquor doesn't matter. If anything, with certain boozes, you're actually better off going with the smaller, lesser-known brands than the big ones everybody knows. Of course, when it comes to making money off people enjoying a good drink, the opposite is true. It's the brand the server chooses, not the subtle notes of oak and vanilla. On that note, today we're going to take a look at the most valuable liquor brands according to Brand Finance. Are they the finest spirits money can buy? Well, some of them are excellent, but in general, no.
When I Google Shell-O Jots the only thing I can find is this picture with a jar of tomato sauce and this note which says the Shell-O Jot kits are sold by bewild.com, but I search their site and no dice. So I don't have any idea where this girl got hers from. Any info would be appreciated.
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And if you think San Francisco has better food that Kansas City, you can go ahead and punch yourself in the fucking face. You can keep your sisig burritos and kimchi tacos, or whatever other hipster foodie nonsense your fusion food trucks are coming up with. Give me a rack of ribs slathered in that sweet smokey KC BBQ sauce and I'll be happier than a pig in shit. So the food is just one of the many reasons to jump on the Kansas City bandwagon this World Series.
Okay, I've got another impossible one for you. Let see if anyone can identifying the restaurant this woman is enjoying a glass of wine at. Not many clues to go on for this one so I've provided a few blown up images of the window signage and a neon sign from the background.
I'm going with Thunder Tiger RC Boat Outlaw OBL -- I can't find a pic of the same box, but definitly Thunder Tiger in manufacturer and the only thing list starting with an O is the boat. Note picture of dude on bottom of page 2 seems to match. Big fan Ernie! TJ in Okla
The item is actually an RC boat. The OUTLAW OBL made by Thunder Tiger. Here is a rather small picture showing the box. And the picture in the lower left corner on the box is none other than Hydro World Champion Jorgen Andersson! Keith
And there are still no takers on identifying these two beers.
Typhoon Trami was a large tropical cyclone that brought heavy rains to Taiwan and East China during mid-August 2013. On August 21, gale force winds struck heavily populated areas in northern Taiwan as Trami tracked in a westerly direction. The system brought torrential rainfall to the area, with Taipei receiving 12 inches of rain. A landslide occurred in Hsinchu county, trapping 70 residents, injuring 10 people, and forcing more than 6000 had to evacuate homes. Despite gusty conditions, heavy rainfall and major flooding, Typhoon Trami only caused minor damage in Taiwan.
If you have the possibility of choosing your car's license plate, you might as well make it creative. Like these guys have done. It's an easy way to make a pun, one that will stay with you for a veeery long time. So actually, when you think about it, this kind of plates are for people who really love one joke. You know, the kind that if you're close friends with you're gonna hear them repeat the same half-amusing joke with anyone new they meet. BCHPLZ.
One Hundred and One Dalmatians, often abbreviated as 101 Dalmatians, is a 1961 American animated adventure film produced by Walt Disney based on the novel by Dodie Smith. The 17th in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, the film was originally released to theaters on January 25, 1961 by Buena Vista Distribution. The film features Rod Taylor as the voice of Pongo, the first of the Dalmatians, and Betty Lou Gerson as the voice of Cruella de Vil, the film's antagonist. The plot centers on the fate of the kidnapped 99 Dalmatian puppies of Pongo and Perdita.