Monday, January 01, 2007

Walk the Line

Panipuri. Yeah good stuff, but with a little improvisation it tastes even better. Ever heard about Boozepuri. Well you take the regular Puri and put in the regular stuffings and then you take some fruit punch. The stuff in which alcohol is mixed and use it as Pani. Then you take that concoction and wallop it down like a regular Panipuri :-)

After a Tequila and a Martini I called it a day. Whats happens when you forget to call it a day. Well people start to poke you and tell you that you're drunk. And then naturally as you know that you're not drunk you tell everyone, "I'm not drunk. But when I get drunk I'll tell you." However when you start to repeat that sentence about 20-30 times to each and every person then naturally people start to poke you even further. Then you go and walk the line to prove to them you know whats happening. And then after that you stand on a chair and decide to gulp down one more Tequila and then you climb a table to declare to family and friends that now you are finally drunk and will go to bed.

Oh yeah I shot the table top declaration on camera. Cheers :-)

9 comments:

Goli said...

That is a great restaurant idea, boozepuri... I shall remember that when i venture in to restaurant opening.

Alistair D'souza said...

File a patent for it :-)

PritS said...

interesting...

Reema Banerjee said...

er...u think i am buying this one?

mad angel said...

hey...that gives me a lot of ideas...how abt hot chololate puri, milkshake puri(thats kinda gross, but better than booze).....and i bet Rasam puri would taste awesome!

Alistair D'souza said...

@ reema
well what part of it do you not believe :-)

@ maddie
try to keep it light like a panipuri... chocolate puri and milkshake puri might make it too heavy to wallop it down quickly... Rasam puri sounds nice :-)

giselle said...

WOW!!! Wonder what its tastes like!!

Vaidehi Dongre said...

awesome idea! this will be a best seller at places like goa & vegas! perfect margarita puri shud taste the best.

Alistair D'souza said...

@ giselle
tastes pretty good actually :-)

@ Vaidehi
it would sure look swell to have a cherry or a lime on the rim :-) maybe some salt too :-)