- n. Plural form of Martini.
“I do drink gin Martinis when we go out to dinner, because they are so good for my health, but everybody knows that.”
“It being an upper class restaurant, they knew how to make good dry gin Martinis too.”
“With a name like Martinis, you would expect an upscale place like youd find at Five Points in Birmingham, with low blue lighting and a mod interior.”
“This week I have chosen one of my favorite "Martinis" as the featured classic cocktail of the week.”
“I think they all need to smoke a joint (instead of those Martinis!), Consider the Results of their actions, take a chill pill (See Your Free Doctors), and think about just who they are Becoming AND WY WE ALL Need to Put Up with YOU!!”
“Banana Pepper Martinis proves why L.B. Jeffries is one of the best semi-professional writers out there this week by synthesizing ideas from Carl Jung and some work done by psychologists studying dreams in the post ‘Videogames and Dreams Part 1’.”
“Sheila – Just Martinis, those open sores are behind me now!”
“Martinis at home are key. dirty, dry, delicious: clusterflock on”
“As mentioned before Robert, Martinis are not that popular in Mexico and a Gibson especially with "marinated cocktail onions" can be a very tall order. included is a photo of the onions Sanborns gave us in a nice decorative plate, when our Gibson's ordered arrived ....”
“The total cost for a dinner for three with an average of 2 Martinis each was $1,172 Pesos (about US $87.30 Dollars) plus a $400 Peso tip for a grand total of $1572 Pesos or about US$ 117 Dollars.”
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