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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikos View Post
    A good day to remember the Root Beer Float. Sometimes they called them "Brown cow".

    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    My favorite is a Dr Pepper float.
    That's a new one to me but I don't really care for Dr Pepper. Once in a blue moon I will put some vanilla ice cream in a mug and add some orange juice to it to make a Creamsicle float.

    Have you ever heard of a Boston Cooler? Its common around Michigan, its a float made with Vernors or another type of ginger ale and it was created in Detroit, not Boston:

    http://www.freep.com/story/life/food...lers/84612608/

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    Never heard of it.

    You can make a float with any carbonated drink. I think about anything would be good.

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    Sorry to be the oddball, again, but I don't like floats of ANY kind. Well, I do like the kind you ride around on in the water, but the edible kind is awful to me.

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    Me neither. My dad puts protein powder in root beer, I suppose that qualifies as a float. Seems disgusting to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    Me neither. My dad puts protein powder in root beer, I suppose that qualifies as a float. Seems disgusting to me.
    No, that's not a float. Ice cream needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    No, that's not a float. Ice cream needed.
    It's milk protein powder so the difference isn't enormous.

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    "Unfortunately" found this a few days ago:

    Eccl 7:10
    Do not say, “Why is it that the former days were better than these?”
    For it is not from wisdom that you ask about this.




    Limits what us old guys get so say heaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FunFromOz View Post
    "Unfortunately" found this a few days ago:

    Eccl 7:10
    Do not say, “Why is it that the former days were better than these?”
    For it is not from wisdom that you ask about this.




    Limits what us old guys get so say heaps.
    Kind of leaves you speechless, doesn't it ?

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    Kind of leaves you speechless, doesn't it ?
    Yep

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