voddy

voddy

(ˈvɒdɪ)
n
vodka
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PESTICCIO Lynette We keep thinking of you, that's all we can do, we miss your smile and your laughter too, we've had some fun with a voddy or two and dancing and singing was all we would do.
CHEERS Me and my new pals get tanked into a wee voddy on the flight to Orlando
But I would also recommend a classic Bloody Mary - with voddy, tomato juice, Tabasco, Worcestershire sauce, celery salt and black pepper.
Put it this way, had you attempted to play the 'Down One with Eccleston' drinking game whilst watching Blackout - you take a shot of voddy every time he does - you would've woken up in hospital about two days later wondering why your parents were camped at the foot of the bed and at what point they'd redecorated your room.
46) In 1875, 'At Cronk y Voddy I first heard Manx songs sung in Manx by the school children, and that set me upon an inquiry into Manx Folk Music.
His nerves soon melted away though, when he saw the horse he was going to ride at Ballahimmin Pony Trekking Centre in Cronk Y Voddy, a 15-minute drive from Knockaloe Beg.
Thanks to Ketel One's crisp and sophisticated notes, it's also my signature voddy on the cocktail circuit.
Thanks to Ketel One's crisp and sophisticated notes, it's also a signature voddy on the cocktail circuit.
One writer said: "Free quarter bottles of voddy at corner stores.
Gin awa' doon the toon n git mi a bottle o Irn-Bru n voddy, n dinnae hing aboot neither
My mate Turkey swears by a relatively new Lanarkshire booster called the VV - a triple voddy and Viagra.
It looks like the two had a tipple to get the creative juices flowing too, as one snap shows them surrounded by bottles of voddy and tequila.