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Well a drinking quote, but it can most certainly applied to drinking absinthe. I recently read The Book of Absinthe by Phil Baker. This quote by Guy Debord stuck out to me.

 

"First, like everyone, I appreciated the effect of slight drunkenness; then very soon I grew to like what lies beyond violent drunkenness, when one has passed that stage: a magnificent and terrible peace, the true taste of the passage of time."

 

This is what time tastes like. :drunk:

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