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Old August 9th, 2014, 08:03 PM   #15
Knezz
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Originally Posted by Krew76 View Post
If i go to the rink and i am not designated driver, I will drink alcohol. I skate better under the influence, gets me in the zone. No more than 3 pints of Guinness though. I don't skate Paralytic, that is a recipe from disaster!
No drinking, smoking or other for me in skating nor other parts of my life. I groove off of the music and sometimes off of other's skills while trying to improve mine.

I've always heard it phrased "recipe for disaster not recipe from disaster? Have I've been saying it wrong or is it phrased different in the UK. Just asking.
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