Sunday, April 4, 2010

"... And A Douglas Fairbanks In Every Glass!"

From a book of drink recipes ...

Douglas Fairbanks
2 Ounces Gin
1 Ounce Apricot Brandy
6 Dashes Lime Juice
A Little Egg White

Shake well and serve in a medium-sized glass.


Maggie said...

It's missing an f^%@#&^ dash of battery acid.

Mythical Monkey said...

Recipe for The Doug Fairbanks Comment:

No booze, just vitriol.

Maggie said...

Sorry. I thought I'd try to speak for DF.

Takes practice, I suppose.

Mythical Monkey said...

Sounded like you nailed it to me.

I happen to know Douglas Fairbanks was at a baseball game today so he probably hasn't seen today's blog entry ...

Douglas Fairbanks said...

sheer happenstance delayed my inevitable response.

thank you, old boy, for posting this marvelous recipe. shortsightedly, I lost the sheet of paper on which I'd first recorded it.

you see, I've never had one. a shame, really, as it sounds like quite a bit of fun.

and thingy, you brought a smile to my face with your witty interjection. i was delighted to see that you'd embraced mytongue-in-cheek persona.

you couldn't possibly believe I'm really that way, could you?

well, thanks, chums; I hope that the remaineder of this beautiful week treats you well.

toodle-ooo !

PS Word Verification: bitierse

Erik Beck said...

My word verification: bullishe.

I love it.

So jealous that DF was able to take in a game. Games here in Boston are so very expensive.

The recipe forgot several ounces of charisma and a pint of athletic ability.

DF could bound about on screen like none before him and few after him.

Douglas Fairbanks said...

Erik Beck: genius

Douglas Fairbanks said...

by the way, you Mythical Monkey you, you've posted a photograph of yours truly attending a Sausage Fest.

I had to smile to get some War Bands sold, but damned if I want to stand in front of that many ment again.

A careful examination revelas that there weren't many women allowed out in the street that day. . . .