Whiskey and his evil twin brother
Whisky is a noble drink with a wonderful aroma that inspires us to be creative, and in search of adventure. Love moves the world, but the whiskey rotates it twice as fast… «Brown gold», «Liquid sun» – what only epithets did not come up with this alcohol writers and lovers of strong degree. And today you read quotes by famous people who drank not one liter of this wonderful liquid in an attempt to know the soul and the secret charm of good old whiskey.
«Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey.» – Mark TWAIN.
«Experience has taught me that tools do I need for my trade are paper, tobacco, food and a little whiskey.» – William Faulkner.
«When you work hard throughout the day with head and know you must work again the next day what else can change your ideas and make them work in a different plane, not whiskey?» – Ernest Hemingway.
«Whiskey is liquefied sunshine.» – George Bernard Shaw.
«Whisky is a drink which first examines. And only when tired, drink. As well as beautiful women.» – Haruki Murakami.
«The light music of whiskey falling into a glass – the perfect interlude.» – James Joyce.
«You can fuck my woman, but don’t touch my whiskey.» – Charles Bukowski.
«Maybe there is no heaven. Or was it just idle chatter, the product of a mad imagination lazy drunken hillbilly from somewhere in Alabama, whose heart is overflowing with hatred, but who found a way to live where the real wind blows – where you can stay up late, have fun, be wild, drink whiskey, and drive on empty streets and not have anything in mind, except the desire to love someone and not be arrested.» – Hunter S Thompson.
«Happiness is a porterhouse steak, rare, bottle of Scotch and a dog that will eat the steak.» – Johnny Carson.
«Bad whiskey is just some varieties better than others.» – Raymond Chandler.
Unfortunately, almost any thing is a great evil twin brother. So if you overestimated your abilities and castle health, be prepared for a brutal reckoning for held on the eve of a fun evening. A hangover is nature’s answer to the statement that a person can lead dissolute lives without consequences. It is a form of retaliation that will generously reward you with a headache and nausea, which will replace the adventurous mood, beliefs that you know how to dance better than anyone in this bar, and the propensity for crazy things. Hemingway commanded: «Write drunk – edit sober,» and his colleagues completely agreed with such a statement.
«It’s hard to see hope with a hangover.» – Patrick O’rourke.
«My hangover cure is 12 tablets amyl nitrate (packaging) and as much beer as you want.» – Hunter S. Thompson.
«Man, in the end, becomes paranoid when he has 300 the hangover of the year.» – Charles Bukowski.
«The hangover: a mouthful of charred butterflies, it feels like the whole night passed on the eyeballs…» – Lawrence Durrell.
«Last night someone put too many olives in my Martini.» William Claude Fields.
«In Spain there is no night life. They’re late, but get up late. It’s not nightlife, it’s a continuation of the day. Night life when you Wake up in the morning with a hangover…» – Ernest Hemingway.
«Hangover is not only from alcohol, but from women.» – Raymond Chandler.
«He didn’t slowly, with dignity to leave the halls of sleep – it was unceremoniously thrown out. He lay in a simple, awkward position and could not find the strength to move, so it was bad. Like crushed crab smeared with tar on the pebbles under the morning sun. The light hurt his eyes, but it turned out to translate the look from subject to subject even more painful. He tried and immediately decided that from that moment all life will only look at one point. In the temples he knocked, and it seemed that everything is pulsating, and his mouth was so bad, like some sort of insect crawled in there the night mistakenly and there and found a place of last calm. In addition, all night he participated in cross-country, and then with his great knowledge of the facts gets in the police station. He was very bad.» – Kingsley AMIS («Lucky Jim»).
«I have always lived violently, drank copiously, ate too much or didn’t eat, slept the whole day didn’t sleep for two days, worked too much or reveled in the triumph for too long, or were dismissed from extreme laziness. I lifted, pulled, shredded, climbed, made love with joy and taken hangovers subsequently not as a punishment.» – John Steinbeck.
«The only cure for this hangover is death.» – Robert Benchley,.