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“If I ever get to CandidLand (where ever that is, doesn't really matter since I don't see a trip anytime soon ... * nag nag*) I will most definetly ask if we could meet for drinks. and if you get to the South and want a mint julip or justa beer and music - let me know.”
“The rich fatties are looking forward to the collapse ... where they kin habs uns slaves keeps uns place and serves dey a mint julip on de plantation whur usns belong.”
“Luk,we got mint julip,Lapsang T an some ob gmwgs speshull ressipee hawt chokklit.”
“I know as a person from the south from watching the movies that we all wear string ties, sip mint julip, have an IQ of 35 and drive pick-em-up trucks.”
“Sip a mint julip -- slowly, gently, through a long dry straw, then before it dies in you, read my P.O. mark -- Sioux Falls, South Dakota, -- Yes,”
“But one of these old-time Virginia gentlemen stopped with him all night onct, an 'tor't the old man how to make a mint julip; an' when I went down the next year to hold services his wife told me the good old man had been gathered to his fathers.”
“Many a damsel peeped from her lattice to catch a glimpse of the gay Cavaliers as they wheeled into the place of rendezvous in parties of tens and twenties, all noisy and boisterous; some with the anticipation of the promised sports, and others from the more artificial stimulus of a morning julip.”
“The tumblers of julip were held in suspense, while heavy bets were offered, and about to be taken, upon the disputed question whether the very person who so suddenly appeared among them would be present at the celebration.”
“It may well be supposed that the suspected one had no very great relish for julip after breakfast, but knowing the importance of such trifles on an occasion like the present, and under all the peculiar circumstances in which he was placed he took the cup, and elevatingit, said -- "Here's to the merry king Charles who shall be king but Charley.”
“I don't think our great country has such a real natural curiosity as that -- I expect the world don't contain the beat of that; for a woman's tongue goes so slick of itself, without water power or steam, and moves so easy on its hinges, that its no easy matter to put a spring stop on it, I tell you -- it comes as natural as drinkin mint julip.”
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