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    31 Mar '17 17:16
    What do you prefer?
    Aperitifs easily turn into deceiving alcoholic trip, which augments the hunger (turns appetite into a whole in the stomach).
    I prefer digestif, because I usually overeat myself. It may be negroni cocktail with cup of coffee.
    If I am in the mood I can take aperitif in the form of scotch, burgeois drink for wannabee middle-class members from developing countries.
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    31 Mar '17 17:20
    Aperitif. All I want after eating is a doze.
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    31 Mar '17 18:21
    Normally neither. Very seldom digestif and even more seldom (about once a year) apperitif.
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    01 Apr '17 06:16
    Originally posted by vandervelde
    What do you prefer?
    A glass of Port after dinner thank you.
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    01 Apr '17 07:37
    Originally posted by Ponderable
    Normally neither. Very seldom digestif and even more seldom (about once a year) apperitif.
    There ought to be a word that means 'more seldom than very seldom'. It seems like a gap in the lexicon.
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    01 Apr '17 07:41
    Originally posted by vandervelde
    Apperitif or digestif?
    I like to indulge in alcohol occasionally quite deliberately as a disintegratif, maybe once or twice a month. I don't bother with it on an incidental basis, as an apperitif or digestif or night cap etc.
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    05 Apr '17 10:54
    Originally posted by FMF
    There ought to be a word that means 'more seldom than very seldom'. It seems like a gap in the lexicon.
    would sporadic fill the gap?
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    05 Apr '17 11:29
    Originally posted by Ponderable
    would sporadic fill the gap?
    hardly ever
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