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  • #1056430

    Health
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    shmoel -“I strictly follow Shulchan Aruch L’shem Shamayim to get stone drunk on Purim.”

    I think the litmus test to determine if the high, drunk, stone drunk is L’shem Shomayim or not is -if the guy loses control. Losing control meaning vomiting all over the place, not in a bag or bathroom, pushing people for no reason and acting extremely Vild (wild).

    #1056431

    If you vomit on the floor you didn’t drink lshem shamayim?!? In general,i think the way bnei Torah act when they were drunk is a kiddush hashem. The best way to tell what a person its really about is when he’s drunk. (Bkeeso, b’koso, ub’kaaso.) I usually like what I see.

    #1056432

    I don’t get some of the responses. If you want to experience the mind altering effects of alcohol its not l’shem mitzvah? The mitzvah is to experience those effects. At this point I would like to announce that I ate a cheeseburger last night. I stand by it and am proud of it. I knew I would not be able to be omeid benisayon, so I did it. It seems that it has become popular to announce different things done against halacha in the CR. If you can’t drink on Purim don’t; but why are you proud that you couldn’t do a mitzvah?

    #1056433

    Rema711
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    yayin yashan bkli chadash look the way I see it if the kids want’s to get drunk on Purim, and do the mitzvah let him, that’s that now then did u at least eat a Big Mac cause McDonald’s is going to stop serving them soon, so in a way u did a mitzvah :-))

    #1056434

    Rema: (:-D)

    #1056435

    Rema711
    Member

    yayin yashan bkli chadash :$)

    #1056436

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    i second yayin’s question

    last year was the first year i didnt throw up, i always try to find that fine line before throwing up (except the first year where i was immature and after throwing up went arur haman baruch mordechai)

    #1056437

    Rema711
    Member

    coffee addict that the spirt

    #1056438

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    no rema,

    i dont drink spirits i drink wine

    #1056439

    Rema711
    Member

    coffee addict no vodka for u then

    #1056440

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    nope,

    however one year someone asked me for water and i gave him vodka

    #1056441

    I can’t drink cheap vodka, and don’t like paying for expensive. I stick with Bacardi.

    #1056442

    Rema711
    Member

    yayin yashan bkli chadash Bacardi also makes rum, u like rum

    #1056443

    I meant rum, as supposed to vodka. Bacardi rum is my standard neutral spirit. I don’t think Bacardi makes vodka.

    #1056444

    Grey Goose and others of similar caliber are actually pretty good, but if I’m spending that amount I usually get a scotch or bourbon.

    #1056445

    Btw for all those who only drink schnapps with a hechsher, Tomintoul 14 is better than the 16, and cheaper too. A whole list of Balvenies just got put in the non recommended list!

    #1056446

    Rema711
    Member

    yayin yashan bkli chadash have u had Starbucks liqueur

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    #1056448

    Rema711
    Member

    yayin yashan bkli chadash u must have guzzled down a whole bottle of kaluah before, it’s that good

    #1056449

    Joseph
    Participant

    Isn’t kaluah no longer kosher?

    #1056450

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    The ones bottled in Mexico are approved/recommended by both the cRc and Star-K.

    #1056451

    Joseph
    Participant

    Are the one’s bottle in Mexico labeled with a hechsher? Otherwise how are they identified differently from the American bottled kaluahs. And where are the Mexican bottled product available for purchase? (I hadn’t noticed them for years in heimishe alcohol stores, but then again I don’t frequent those places.)

    #1056452

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    From Star-K:

    Kahlua (no symbol req.)

    -ONLY when label states

    #1056453

    Rema711
    Member

    Daas Yochid way to go bro

    #1056454

    Joseph
    Participant

    Is Kaluah from Mexico readily available for purchase in NY or is it difficult to procure?

    #1056455

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    I don’t know.

    #1056456

    Rema711
    Member

    Lior I will ship u a case or two of Kaluah

    #1056457

    Joseph
    Participant

    Please first pour them into chocolate milk bottles to lessen the likelihood of law enforcement busting you for shipping alcoholic beverages.

    #1056458

    Rema711
    Member

    Lior I will smuggle it a very unique way

    #1056459

    charliehall
    Participant

    “Please first pour them into chocolate milk bottles to lessen the likelihood of law enforcement busting you for shipping alcoholic beverages. “

    Are you serious?

    #1056460

    Joseph
    Participant

    Very. (Please don’t report me to the cops.)

    #1056461

    Rema711
    Member

    charliehall lior is serious about it

    #1056462

    Rema711: you’re the most generous person I’ve met in a long time. You’re flying us to Chicago and shipping cases of kaluah! (I haven’t had kaluah in years, since it lost the hechsher. I heard of the Mexican run, but never saw it.)

    #1056463

    Oh, and I forgot supporting FFBBT613 in kollel, davening for me and every CR member, and sharing your recipe for gingerbread hamantashen!

    #1056464

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Earlier in the thread, popa mentioned a piece from R’ Dovid Leibowitz, zt”l. I later quoted it in a different thread, so I’ll link to it here:

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/maybe-we-all-should-stop-getting-drunk-on-purim/page/2#post-514601

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