wedding dance
a bachelor moves in on
the gin


6 Responses

  1. Alan Summers Says:

    Ah, was it super trendy gin?

    e.g.

    Martin Miller’s gin has received more awards than any other gin and has won the most gold and platinum medals at the big three spirits competitions (IWSC, ISC and San Francisco) in the last 10 years.

    Traditional botanicals are used, and the gin is finished with a small amount of cucumber distillate. It is then blended with the world’s purest Icelandic spring water, and the citrus notes are isolated from the earthier botanicals. The water captures the volatile elements and burn, leading to a crisp, clean and smooth finish, with hints of liquorice and then that fresh cucumber.

    If so, I don't blame him! :-)

    Both fun but with a tint of gentle poignancy.

    warm regards,

    Alan

  2. Dirk van Nouhuys Says:

    Nice. It has an Issa feel.

  3. Dave Read Says:

    Thank you Alan and Dirk.

  4. Gạch bông Việt Says:

    nice, love the feel ~

  5. aniketnikhade Says:

    It's interesting because it's more like a scene.

    A wedding dance is going on. Out of nowhere a bachelor gets noticed somewhere near the group of dancers, behind them or near the stage where the dance is going on. Later on it's realized that he has consumed gin. Absolutely interesting.

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