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Can I order beer here?
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*quaffs his mead* Ah, that's fine stuff. One more! So what's the talk today? Any rumours?
Can I get a coffee?
Sorry we're temporary out, our last trade ship was attacked by Kongregate pirates on it's way back from Arabia. Don't worry though, we'll catch them scurvy dawgs. Meanwhile, check my about, my butler will serve you a coffee from my personal stuck. Yeah, I keep some in my warehouse in Bruges.
HEAR YE HEAR YE I AM THE TOWN CRIER! *starts crying* ;~;
Our last shipments of rum, beer, mead and Scotch whiskey have all been raided and plundered.
That is all, denizens of Amoria. *runs away before riots form*
*Quietly looks at the people proclaiming their lack of stock while looks under the counter.*
"That was another spiced meed?" *Grabs the used mug of meed and produces another from under the counter, sliding it toward the quaffer.*
"Rumors? What sort are you looking for?" *Asks while cleaning the glass.*
Sir Unleashed crushed those pirates, towed the merchant ship and brought all the rum, ale, wine and all the other liqueurs that were stolen.
All for the Tavern huh? I could really use a drink right now.
Yo, Legendary, your drink's on me.
Bartender, one White Russian!
Jeez, what kind of service is this?
Relax bro, I'm overwhelmed, we just got back our stock.
Here! ------------ -------------- ----------
*sips* How much for the drink?
Anyway, it's getting late. I'm calling it a night.
*takes out $40*
This is paying for both mine and Legend's drinks. G'night!
@apldeap123 Thank mate, see you soon.
BARTENDER @SSTG, make sure everyone's happy. *hands over a thousand dollars*
Bring me real ale. Something whimsically named.
All this talk of drink reminds me of the joke everyone used to make about one of the local newspapers, in that a large number of editions contained a line like "Hopkinson said he had been drinking snakebites – a mixture of lager and cider – but was unsure how much he had consumed." The drink was almost invariably snakebite, and they always defined it in a subordinate clause. (The quote is lifted directly from the paper.)
"Thanks" *gulps coffee* "Can I have as much Cider as you have? Thanks. "
I'm overwhelmed with work, I need a good looking female bartender. Who wants the job? I also need a handsome guy to serve the ladies.
I'll pass on the job offer. *hic*. I still need to be loyal to the memory of her.
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