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Author: Tiberius Tequilisto
Publisher: Independently Published
Stylish notebook 6x9 inches dotted (with dot grid / bullet journal) 120 pages with table of contents and numbered pages. FOR CINCO DE MAYO LOVERS - Great design for tequila lovers who want mas tequila, got tequila, say hello tequila or are happy tequila drinkers! Text: The tequila make me do it. EYE-CATCHER - This tequila shirt for women or men is perfect for mexican vacations or cinco de mayo fiestas! Original artwork with elegant typographic design. GREAT GIFT - Buy this happy tequila shirt for a tequila gift basket or as a cinco de mayo decoration or party supply! Handy - convenient - original Fits into your backback or handbag thanks to the handy 6x9in format - take it with you wherever you go! The dotted grid supports you when writing, while giving you all the freedom you need if you want to sketch or draw. With 120 pages, there's abundant space for extensive note-taking. Numbered pages and a table of contents make it easy to keep track of everything. The original design is an eye-catcher!
Tequila Made Me Do It with it's Soft Matte Cover this Lined Journal Notebook is printed on high quality stock and sized at 54 pages, 6x9 inches, It is a perfect size for both travel and home use.
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Tequila Made Me Do It with it's Soft Matte Cover this Lined Journal Notebook is printed on high quality stock and sized at 54 pages, 6x9 inches, It is a perfect size for both travel and home use. Whether on the couch or cuddled by the fire at home or sitting in the office, this awesome cover designed journal is perfect to take notes in. The Perfect Journals to Help you Make Positive Changes in Your Life. Start Today! Focus on the Positive. This Journal notebook provides you with lined pages for your dreams, notes, observation. Helps to increase your comprehension and retention of important information Great for presentations Premium CREAM paper -size: 54 pages, 6x9 inches Slow down and enjoy life pause to write your thoughts
Kevin Fowler: “I'm not a big tequila drinker. Tequila makes me do stupid stuff.”
Roger Creager: “When I was in college, I liked to shoot tequila instead ofdrinking
beer all night. Now I only likethe really, really good stuff. Ihave a couple of
Author: Adrian Peel
With opinions and personal testimonies from the artists themselves, this book takes a detailed look at the huge impact that Mexican music and culture has had—and continues to have—on Country music in its various forms. This very American form of cultural expression has changed over the last few years, but Mexico—with its bordertowns, beaches, colonial architecture and ancient ruins conjuring up a range of powerful images—has remained an influential presence in Nashville, Texas, and even places like Australia and South Africa. Featuring contributions from Merle Haggard, Jimmy Buffett, Randy Travis, Dwight Yoakam, Jessi Colter, Johnny Rodriguez and Flaco Jimenez, this book reveals the unique and largely undocumented relationship between “America’s Music” and Mexico.
And what they always seem to do is piss me off about something, and then I have
to renegotiate with them for the next tour and next album. Which makes me not
want to fucking do it. They're not the cool people who they want people to believe
Author: Vince Neil
Publisher: Hachette UK
Mötley Crüe's lead singer and rock's ultimate bad boy, Vince Neil, lets the real dirt fly in this raw, raunchy, and completely uncensored road trip through the unbelievable depths of rock n' roll debauchery. You've seen The Dirt on Netflex, now read the nitty gritty stories in Vince's own words. For 30 years, Vince Neil has been one of rock's most notorious frontmen. From sex tapes with porn stars and multiple arrests for drunk and disorderly behavior to his turns as a strip club and tattoo parlor owner, his antics make Mick Jagger look like a choirboy. Now, he tells the whole story, in his own words, as it has never been told before. The glory days of excess. Vince's break with the band and his arduous re-uniting with its members, especially Tommy Lee. The tragic death of his daughter Skylar. And, for the first time, Vince painfully opens up about his actions (and lack of real consequences) surrounding his part in the drunk-driving death of his friend Razzle. Then there are the stories and anecdotes that even hardcore Crue fans don't know. We also hear the voices of his friends, rock star cronies, ex-wives, family, and children in an effort to get to the heart of the matter. Tattoos and Tequila reveals the real Vince Neil, from his many vices--booze, sex, and many, many women, to his personal and private tragedies and triumphs as a musician and businessman. Sexy, shocking, and revelatory, this is the first personal account of one of rock's most troubled, outrageous, and flamboyant stars.
Lined Notebook, Diary, Track, Log & Journal Girl - Cute Gift Idea for Boys Girls Teens Men Women This perfectly sized blank notebook is perfect for so many applications.
Author: Jayne Kuhlman Publishing
Lined Notebook, Diary, Track, Log & Journal Girl - Cute Gift Idea for Boys Girls Teens Men Women This perfectly sized blank notebook is perfect for so many applications. With its cute cover and inspirational quote, this soft cover notebook looks beautiful on any desk, bedside table or bookshelf. It can be used as a daily planner, agenda, journal, or simply as a convenient place to write down ideas and keep them listed. Blank notebooks and journals make great gifts for any occasion and are a great alternative to traditional birthday and holiday cards. Consider your notebook next time you need it. Blank notebooks and journals are great too: Art note Fitness journal Yoga journal To list notebooks Recipe notes Travel journal Manuscript journal And much more!
I had a history of poor life choices when it came to tequila. It had been what I was
drinking on the night I gave away my virginity to a stranger. If it could make me do
that, of course it could make me kiss Santiago. Despite all my doubts about him ...
Author: Julia Sykes
Publisher: Julia Sykes
My father gave me to him as a bargaining chip, as though I was nothing more than flesh to be traded. I hate him for that, and I hate the man who took me: Javier Santiago, a ruthless member of the violent Latin Kings. Even though I don’t want to belong to him, he is fiercely possessive. He’ll do whatever it takes to stake his claim and keep me safe, including forcing me to marry him. When his ownership is threatened, his enemies aren’t the only ones to suffer. He says my freedom is the price for my safety. I think he just wants me all for himself.
Still, no amount of tequila Lick salt off a woman's torso while she was sprawled
out on a bar at the House of Blues. (Did you know ... Bark at a dog locked in a car.
could make me do any of the following: Vote for The Donald. Admit that ...
Author: Phil Torcivia
Publisher: Phil Torcivia
Do you know any nice guys? Perhaps you're married to or good friends with one. Well, consider the possibility that this nice guy is so frustrated with his relationship failures that he needs to vent to keep from turning into a bad boy with anger issues. Then, try not to spit hot coffee as you read his sarcastic rants about why men and women don't seem to fit.
... break, organize the nit-picking party when lice descended (but we should not
have served alcohol to the parents; the sight of tequila makes me itchy to this day
). ... Each birthday celebrated in our household felt like another victory: we did it!
Author: Liam Callanan
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
HELLO!’s ‘Pick of the Week’ A whirlwind mystery and unravelling love story set in a little bookshop in the heart of Paris.
I remember our neighbors made it with tomato juice, spices, hot sauce, and
cucumber juice. Later I drank it with tequila—called a vampirito. I wanted to make
drinks like that. ME: How do you think these childhood memories from your home
Author: Heather Greene
In the populist tradition of Andrea Immer, New York City’s first female whiskey sommelier translates today’s hottest spirit for a new generation of imbibers Whiskey is in the midst of a huge renaissance. Ten years ago, the United States housed sixty-nine craft distillers; today, there are more than four hundred. Exports of Scotch whisky grew 12 percent just last year. Sales are skyrocketing, and specialty bars are popping up around the country, from New York City to Chicago to Houston. Yet whiskey drinkers—especially novices—are more confused than ever. Over the past decade, whiskey expert Heather Greene has been bombarded with thousands of questions, including: Can I have ice in my whiskey? Why is it sometimes spelled "whisky"? What makes bourbon different? As New York City’s first female whiskey sommelier, Greene introduces audiences to the spirit’s charms and challenges the boys' club sensibilities that have made whiskey seem inaccessible, with surprising new research that shows the crucial importance of "nosing" whiskey. Through lively tastings, speaking engagements, and classes such as the popular "Whiskey as an Aphrodisiac," Greene has been demystifying whiskey the way Andrea Immer did wine a decade ago. In this lively and authoritative guide, Greene uses bright visuals, an easy-to-read format, and the familiar vocabulary of wine to teach readers about whiskey and encourage them to make their own evaluations. Peppered with wry anecdotes drawn from her unusual life—and including recipes for delicious cocktails by some of today’s most celebrated mixologists—Whiskey Distilled will be enthusiastically greeted by the whiskey curious as well as by journeymen whiskey drinkers thirsty to learn more about their beloved tipple.
I did not want my book confused with hers, plus I had a real problem with the
word overcome. You think of the ... They change in terms of their severity, but
make no mistake about it; we are always presented with new challenges. It's not
fair, and ... She turns to me and said “Brad do you know what that means?” I
nodded my ...
Author: Bradley Goldstein
When I was in 5th grade and went to the school social worker for depression. The social worker pointed out to me a little nick-knack on her desk that said "When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Lemonade." As if saying, I just needed to make the best of a bad situation. Still sounds like a load of crap today. When you are given Tequila at a bar, you can ask the bartender for training wheels (lemon and salt). If you lick the salt, squeeze a drop of lemon in your mouth, and then take a shot of Tequila a funny thing happens. The Tequila isn't as harsh as it was. Doesn't burn when it goes down your throat, or upset your stomach. Being disabled can be like a glass of Tequila. It is painful both sometimes emotionally and physically. However if you can find something from life that you enjoy. Focus on that, rather than the negative aspects of your life. You can begin to enjoy life too. Also available in paperback. paperback
So he makes a call. Says to us he ... Maybe Iwould've gotten more emotional, but
something about Ralph and that .357 kept me cool and sober. “How did the ...
Insteadof using mystool on him,I said: “Did itcrossyour mind shemightbein trouble
Author: Rick Riordan
Publisher: Hachette UK
When his father was murdered in San Antonio ten years ago, Jackson 'Tres' Navarre left town, never to look back. Until now, that is. Accompanied by his enchilada-eating cat Robert Johnson, tough, no nonsense Tres returns to the city looking for answers and a girl he just couldn't leave behind. But when she turns out to be missing, Tres goes on the hunt as an unlicensed private investigator to solve both cases, stirring up a Texan hornets' nest of corruption. And the mob will do anything to silence him. Slick and spicy with Texan spirit, Big Red Tequila is the first book in the multiple-award-winning suspense series by the internationally bestselling author of the Percy Jackson novels.
“Tell me you have whiskey as well as tequila and make me a happy man,” Fargo
said. Portly to the point of being fat, the ... here, only came in to keep me company
.” In Spanish the bartender said to Cuchillo Colorado, “How do you do, padre?
Author: Jon Sharpe
Fargo has to help an old enemy. Years ago, Skye Fargo barely survived a scrap with an Apache called Red Knife. Now Red Knife needs Fargo’s help to find the white men who raped and killed his daughter. The army wants Fargo to do it so the Apaches will be pacified. But Red Knife wants blood, not justice—and the Trailsman soon finds himself caught between his orders and his old foe’s rage....
Are you going to make me walk? ... Karaoke and Ronny were making tequila-puff
shooters on the coffee table and slugging them back as if they were Kool-Aid. “
Kids,” Bib ... get another beer,” I said. “I'll do it.” “You stay here and sulk. You
Author: Eden Robinson
Publisher: Open Road Media
A young Native American woman remembers her volatile childhood as she searches for her lost brother in the Canadian wilds in an extraordinary, critically acclaimed debut novel As she races along Canada’s Douglas Channel in her speedboat—heading toward the place where her younger brother Jimmy, presumed drowned, was last seen—twenty-year-old Lisamarie Hill recalls her younger days. A volatile and precocious Native girl growing up in Kitamaat, the Haisla Indian reservation located five hundred miles north of Vancouver, Lisa came of age standing with her feet firmly planted in two different worlds: the spiritual realm of the Haisla and the sobering “real” world with its dangerous temptations of violence, drugs, and despair. From her beloved grandmother, Ma-ma-oo, she learned of tradition and magic; from her adored, Elvis-loving uncle Mick, a Native rights activist on a perilous course, she learned to see clearly, to speak her mind, and never to bow down. But the tragedies that have scarred her life and ultimately led her to these frigid waters cannot destroy her indomitable spirit, even though the ghosts that speak to her in the night warn her that the worst may be yet to come. Easily one of the most admired debut novels to appear in many a decade, Eden Robinson’s Monkey Beach was immediately greeted with universal acclaim—called “gripping” by the San Diego Union-Tribune, “wonderful” by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and “glorious” by the Globe and Mail, earning nominations for numerous literary awards before receiving the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize. Evocative, moving, haunting, and devastatingly funny, it is an extraordinary read from a brilliant literary voice that must be heard.
Who in this life is not familiar / with the well - lenown betrayal / that follows a sad
love affair ; who does not then go to a bar , / demanding a ... I want to forget The
way they do in Jalisco , But those mariachis and the tequila Only make me cry .
Author: Enrique Martínez Limón
Recounts the origins of tequila, describes its manufacture, discusses its role in Mexican culture, and offers recipes featuring tequila
Slocum frowned, but went ahead to do business with the man in charge of the
pack train, who brought out his gold. Twentypeso coins in ... They tried to rob me,
instead of pay my price for the weapons. ... as down here: try to make a living.” “
Author: Jake Logan
Slocum wrangles with a rose that’s red—with blood! Isabel is out to avenge her husband’s murder. Riding a stolen horse, she will no longer place her trust in God, but in the .44 Colt she now carries. Under the guise of Tequila Rosa—a woman of notorious ill-repute—she will ride the vengeance trail until the last rites have been said over the murderous butcher who executed her beloved. Slocum is running a load of guns to Mexico, where firearms are more precious than gold. After riding through a raging sand storm, he meets the beautiful Tequila Rosa—who clearly has eyes for this knight of the desert. So, when Rosa is taken hostage by some very tough outlaws, Slocum heads out to rescue her—even though he may get lost in the blinding clouds of dust. But what those kidnappers don’t realize is that an even fiercer storm is approaching—named Slocum…
Do I make myself clear? ... and pooling shots of Tequila at “The Wooden Neck
Pine Tavern,” the Katz and Jammers had nestled me, not totally against my will, ...
The naughty wench did not unclench her teeth if only to nibble here and there.
Author: Michael Kent
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
For more of Michael Kent's works, please visit www.michaelkentwriterartist.com. THE BIG JIGGETY, a picaresque, romantic, humorous, philosophical, sociological, (mostly autobiographical) novel, relates the travels and travails of Albert Nostran. An 18-year old American born and raised in the country outside 25 miles east of Paris, his quest is to find America, a woman, and himself. Lugging his guitar, Don Pedro, fleeing his cantankerous father, well-meaning mother and a brother he wants to turn into a fellow musician, he braves disease, fatigue, cold and angst to land in Big Sky University in Missoula, Montana, to sink his teeth into the frozen American west. Many aspects of US/Montana life intrigue the protagonist, yet Nostran retains a European sense of history and critical mind; arguably a Tocqueville of the late 1970s, he never misses an opportunity to comment on the local societal oddities and contradictions. "Perhaps you were more French than you thought," Damian his childhood friend tells the homesick hero in chapter one. Before they launch off in an exploration of a bleak, wintery, nocturnal Paris, during which Nostran loses his innocence in the arms of a prostitute. After whom our hero believes he has contracted something nasty, yet another little inconvenience he must face when flying back to Chicago via London. And matters do not improve in the endless yet at times magical bus ride between Salt-Lake-City and Butte, and he comes close to freezing trying to hitch-hike along the wide open spaces between Butte and Missoula. A few pills later, the sex quest resumes. Undaunted, Nostran in his diaspora flirts with one woman and then another with precious little of the supposed Gallic related savoir faire. Life at the university does harbor the excitement of weekends and dormitory life, with its freshman friendships and naïveté as well the tedium and occasional enlightenment of classes. And extra curricular activities, such as teaching dorm-mates how to strum a guitar. Against this background vivid characters are etched: Threats, the homophobic narcissistic football player; Rotch, another jock, who after having learned guitar from Albert begins to ridicule his former mentor. Up in Polson, Mt., we encounter Montcarlson and his wife, the curious couple who originally recommended the university. In Dubois, Wyoming, we meet Lancelot Wolf, owner of the Salamander Ranch, and Jim, the bisexual bartender, who reveals unexpected secrets about women the eager Nostran very quickly applies to Tweets, the stocky femme fatale in the blue car he more than befriends on yet another glacial return to Missoula. Bags repacked, the last U.S. trek takes him and two others back east to Chicago and New York--one American city whose intensity captivates him. If the USA experience at times mystified the adolescent, returning to France in the summer proves anticlimactic. At first. What the old country appears to lack in razzle-dazzle, it gradually makes up in terms of simplicity and deep-rooted friendships. Besides, after a stint with translations Nostran cannot sit still for long. Driving from his boyhood home in Seine-et-Marne (a little east of Paris), first up to Amsterdam with three rambunctious of old high school mates, then down to the Spanish border, via the Loire valley, with the equally lust-ridden Lecoq-Hasien, Nostran once again rediscovers the virtues of Europe and home. At the very last minute when all sexual hope has been abandoned, a young lady on the Saint-Jean-de-Luz boardwalk asks him for a light. She is not a prostitute and agrees to meet him the next day...
Tequila makes me easy...' Ben grinned. 'I make you easy.' 'This is true but buy me
a drink anyway.' 'Sure.' Ben tugged her head back by gently pulling her ponytail
and smiled down at her from his six-two height. 'Happy birthday, Jo. What is it ...
Author: Joss Wood
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Step behind the hotel room doors of The Chatsfield, London...
And I have to speak to her , tell her about my insides and make her get a check -
up . Maybe all that has happened to me will also happen to her . I think in flashes
of my mother and the Postmasburg secretary . The tequila makes me brave and ...
Author: Diane Awerbuck
Publisher: Harvill Secker
Category: South Africa
Gardening at Night follows the unfolding of a young girl's life through a childhood filled with silences, through adolescence and young womanhood. It is about how much people are the total of their longings, how high drama can also be low comedy. It probes how much of the old century a girl should take with her into the new one, and examines the merging of families in the Eighties and their emerging into the florescence of the Nineties and beyond. It is especially the story of a girl's escape from a ghost town. The South African mining town of Kimberley was created over a hundred years ago when men with buckets scraped out the insides of the earth like a thousand black dentists. Now it is a place where the only tales are those of leaving. 'Gardening at Night is feisty, and funky, and funny. And even in moments of bleakness and shock Diane Awerbuck's brand of wry humour turns this unusual and amazing first novel into a remarkable reading adventure. This is a South Africa the international reader has not yet seen: the wood of smallness and ordinariness and quirkiness of everyday life hidden behind the trees of politics. Andre Brink
( Pushes Springs toward Red ) Here , you hang on to Mr . Beans here , and I ' ll
get hold of this here tequila wineskin ! FRUITLOOP Unhand me you ape ! Can ' t
you see who I am ? ... ( To Springs ) Stop jumping will you ! You ' re making me
Author: Nephtalí De León
We spent two weeks south of the border and, while I did get drunk a couple of
times, it was nothing major. ... So I downed, I think it was, four Tequila shooters
with worms, we made $6,000 on the deal, and the girls made me out to be this
Author: Dennis Rodman
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Since I was a kid, I had always prided myself on my discipline in the things that really mattered-in the weight room, on the court (forget the refs), defense, rebounding, in how I play the game. Off court was my business; but suddenly things had changed.After the motorcycle accident, my agent, Darren Prince, was so worried about my partying that he called in the cavalry, my former bodyguard, Wendell "Big Will" Williams-a six-foot-four-inch, 400-pound black man to whom people, including Dennis Rodman, tend to listen. Wendell was coming out of bodyguard retirement to make sure I did what I was supposed to do when I was supposed to do it. He started out strong at the Radio Music Awards in Las Vegas. It was exactly a week after the Treasures motorcycle crash. Despite my usual protests-"I don't want to do this. This is bullshit. It's not gonna help my career"-that afternoon Wendell managed to get me, sober no less, to this series of round-robin interviews with every radio station in America. This went on for hours before the actual awards show that night, and Wendell wouldn't let me drink. Afterwards, it was like I'd just run a marathon, and I went out by the pool to relax with a cool one while he went upstairs to shower. When Wendell got back down, I was wasted. This was all new to him. In the three years since he'd worked with me, I'd started spending much more time with my friend, Herr Jdgermeister, and this was his first time to see Dennis Rodman, Daytime Drunk.Darren was on my ass. Wendell was on my ass. My best friend, Thaer, was on my ass. Even my wife, Michelle, was on my ass. Anyway, after the motorcycle accident and my skid-row-drunk performance at the Radio Music Awards, ESPN satdown Michelle for an interview. "I'm done. I'm ready for a divorce," she told the interviewer. This from a woman who has "Mrs. Rodman" tattooed just above her butt in letters about an inch high.By the end of October 20