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January 11, 2008

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MCNS

3 parts Allure
2 parts Brilliance
1 part Moxie

Splash of Devilry

Finish off with a little umbrella and straw

I'll drink to that.

Christine

The quiz doesn't work, as is obvious from my results:

Recipe for Christine

3 parts Devilry
2 parts Slyness
1 part Desire

Splash of Moxie

Sip slowly on the beach

Old Dominion Tory

For Old Dominion Tory:
3 parts Happiness
2 parts Elegance
1 part Craftiness
Splash of Brilliance
Sip slowly on the beach

My . . . This one is a keeper!
* * *
For Old Dominion Sachem:
3 parts Enchantment
2 parts Devilry
1 part Beauty
Splash of Slyness
Limit yourself to one serving. This cocktail is strong!

For ODT:
3 parts Drive
2 parts Class
1 part Desire
Splash of Tease
Finish off with whipped cream

For the name on the baptismal register:
3 parts Beauty
2 parts Friendship
1 part Panache
Splash of Compassion
Finish off with a little umbrella and straw

For Mrs. Tory:
3 parts Poise
2 parts Elegance
1 part Vitality
Splash of Charm
Finish off with whipped cream
Whipped cream again, huh?

Lorraine

For Lorraine:
3 parts Success
2 parts Ingenuity
1 part Grace

Splash of Panache

Shake vigorously

For nickname:
3 parts Vitality
2 parts Inspiration
1 part Sweetness

Splash of Energy

Shake vigorously

Ha! My mother would appreciate this one
(for full name):
3 parts Pizzazz
2 parts Naughtiness
1 part Ingenuity

Splash of Poise

Finish off with a squeeze of lime juice

Mrs. Peperium

I like your full name best.

Ok, because he didn't do it....I did...

The Recipe for Father M.

3 parts Attractiveness
2 parts Energy
1 part Intensity

Splash of Kindness

Finish off with a squeeze of lime juice

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