Ginsters Question


#21

Do you know what I like? Gini. Only had it in France, never seen it anywhere else.


#22

It’s pronounced with the hard g and hard i, as if to rhyme with winesters


#23

I don’t think that’s true


#24

The spokesperson for Gini is a former pornographic actress. How does that make you feel?


#25

this has really tickled me


#26

It is, Eric’s uncle text me it.


#27

If it’s a job she wants to do, with good working conditions (presumably including a lot of delicious soft drinks), then I’m pleased for all concerned.


#28

Unsolicited?


#29

No she quit after seven movies splitting with her fella who wanted to stay in the game.


#30

I believe he has adequate representation.


#31

Maybe he’s the type of man to reply to an email with a text.


#32

Yeah Gini was over here from about 1991-1996 or something. Used to love a can of Gini - lovely and sharp. Too sharp for most British fuckers.


#33

A cautionary tale for our times.


#34

Also not too many drinks named after a co-efficient are there.

Bring it back!


#35

Remember Reef (drink NOT BAND)


#36

Not true and not the full range, Shonky website @ericV please inform Colin :


#37

The gini issue has been notably absent in the Brexit impact assessments.


#38

Ginsters is the brand leader in the savoury pastry sector


#39

Was that an alcopop?


#40

Yes, orange juice based (not fizzy)