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Friends, Grills and Conversation

Saturday was a well spent day. After a long time had a good day spent having dinner at http://www.barbeque-nation.com/ with few of my close friends (Amit, Urvashi and Sumit along with Radhika as well)..

More than the food it was the company and the conversation that was more important. And for a change Antiquity Blue tasted even more better...

As usual there's always some goofups that happens when ordering the "mocktails".  Last time we had a twist with  "Virgin Mary" mock tail.  More info at http://cocktails.about.com/od/v/r/vrgn_mry_mcktl.htm.
This time "pina colada" had an element of "rum" in it upsetting the ladies.. That's still small fun things in life.  Later I learned that  *pina colada* is a spanish cocktail which has an element of *rum* in it...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi%C3%B1a_colada

The wiki definition is as follows
*The piña colada (Spanish, strained pineapple: piña, pineapple + colada, strained) is a sweet, rum-based cocktail made with hard rum, cream of coconut, and pineapple juice, usually served either blended or shaken with ice. It may be garnished with a pineapple wedge or a maraschino cherry. The piña colada has been the official beverage of Puerto Rico since 1978.[1]*

And the non-alcoholic version (mocktail) is known as *Coco Colada* or "Virgin Pina Colada"... Another learning as far as mocktails and cocktails are concerned... So, next time we will be careful while ordering.

Each bite of the *grill* was followed by an equivalent bite of humor as well :)
Shared some fun experiences.. Was definitely  worth a million :)  Thanks guys for the beautiful evening...

On the other hand *Rohan* has changed our life completely. He always keeps us on our toes...
He taught us to enjoy small things in life... like
  •  Smiling looking at the fan
  •  Giving cute expressions and enjoying at it
  •  Keep smiling unless there is some genuine reason to frown... etc and many more things...
Everyday feels like a holiday as simply glaring at him eases the tensions and frictions....

Enjoy Life :)

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