how to make an irish mimosa

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

happy st patrick's day, kids!!!

ever want to know how to make an irish mimosa?

you know you do.

well salami rose and i just make this video (at 8am thankyouverymuch) showing you exactly how to - get excited.



have fun today guys, and BE SAFE!

xoxo

28 comments:

  1. OMFG, I love it. And to go along with your early morning drinking, I think you need to get shirts that say...

    KISS ME: I'M SHITFACED.

    hehehe. Have fun today for all of us stuck going to work!

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  2. LOL - I JUST LAUGHED FOR 2:09 STRAIGHT. Best.video.ever. I think my favorite part was when you tell "NOT TOO MUCH BUBBLES!" :)

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  3. I'll Irish YOU.

    P.S. Yes I'm still mad you're coming and I won't be here. Get used to it.

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  4. Your vomit is going to look delightful.

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  5. I may or may not have peed a little watching that video. Fantastic!

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  6. Ok now I know what I will be drinking along with my green beer tonight. Minus the meat though.

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  7. If Food Network doesn't call and offer you your own show after watching this video I will never watch them again.

    Truthfully though, you tried the the green food coloring first, didn't you?

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  8. Just when I thought BLUE was the big surprise, nope, CORNED BEEF. Mmmmm. Heroic! I think I'll just have a Harp.

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  9. I was NOT EXPECTING the corned beef garnish. LOL.

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  10. I was all about it until the corned beef hahaha

    Also, you need to make video blogs more often. AND we need to hang out because seriously, it just needs to happen.

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  11. Thank you for this. And for the strange new smell of corned beef I swear I'm smelling now in my office. Purely psychosomatic, I'm sure, but it's still weird/gross. :)

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  12. By far the best video I've seen since "Darby O'Gill and the Little People" came out. Irish Mimosas for all!

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  13. Thanks to you, I now know what an Irish mimosa is! Your video was hilarious!

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  14. Ha! The garnish made me laugh out loud. Brilliant! :)

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  15. um this is hilarious. love it. and happy st. patrick's day!

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  16. AWESOME. Now I want a glass!:)

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  17. HAA. i lost it when you dropped that corned beef in there. up until that point i was all "oh wow! this really is a great idea! and now i'm pissed i didn't get any green mimosas yesterday!" and then... meat. heh.

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  18. This is a great video- I love the garnish at the end. Yum!

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  19. Ok, I almost gagged when you put the meat on the glass... where the hell did you get that idea?

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  20. Hmm cured meats, I'll take two! Way to mention the yellow/orange and blue making green. I would have totally gone with green coloring

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  21. Your face when drinking was priceless

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  23. Hahahha, I trust you had a few of those mimosas before making the video, didn't you ?! :P

    Quality control, I hear ya.

    Love the video, the coloring, the corned beef, Hilarious !

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  25. thank-you, that was hilarious

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