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Re: Alcohol [Re: Irishman12] #396780
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Re: Alcohol [Re: Irishman12] #396781
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 Originally Posted By: Irishman12
 Originally Posted By: bogey
I wasn't kidding. I actually like Pabst. It's cheap and gets the job done.


That's all that matters, isn't it ;\) Boy I'll tell you one thing, this Single Barrell Jack is kicking my a$$. Usually after 2 mixed drinks I'm feeling pretty good but after one of these, I'm feeling fine!


Wuss. \:p


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Capo de La Cosa Nostra] #396791
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 Originally Posted By: Capo de La Cosa Nostra
 Originally Posted By: Yogi Barrabbas
 Originally Posted By: bogey
Beer-wise, I love me some Newcastle. And Heineken. And Killians.

Liquor-wise, doesn't matter. Like I said, I love rum.. but I'll drink whatevers handy.

Newcastle Brown Ale
The drink of Kings...and Queens!
Aye, a bottle o' Broon Dog sorts me, wor kid! ;\)



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Re: Alcohol [Re: XDCX] #396855
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 Originally Posted By: XDCX
 Originally Posted By: Irishman12
 Originally Posted By: bogey
I wasn't kidding. I actually like Pabst. It's cheap and gets the job done.


That's all that matters, isn't it ;\) Boy I'll tell you one thing, this Single Barrell Jack is kicking my a$$. Usually after 2 mixed drinks I'm feeling pretty good but after one of these, I'm feeling fine!


Wuss. \:p


Well I'm not training for the Beer League games or anything ;\)


Re: Alcohol [Re: Irishman12] #396929
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Last night, I drank seven cans of Strongbow, made a chilli for my flatmates, went out, drank five vodka and lemonades, came back and had another five cans. I got to bed at 5am.

I rock.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Capo de La Cosa Nostra] #396999
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 Originally Posted By: Capo de La Cosa Nostra
Last night, I drank seven cans of Strongbow, made a chilli for my flatmates, went out, drank five vodka and lemonades, came back and had another five cans. I got to bed at 5am.

I rock.

You fuckin wildman you ;\)


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Yogi Barrabbas] #397165
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Funny story happened to me at work last night. A customer whom I had rung up asked me on the way out the door if I could clean some of her badly damaged DVDs for her children. As a policy, we have a DVD buffer at work but are only supposed to use it on store DVDs to prevent any mishaps with customers personal DVDs, as well as cutting down the workload that would create.

In any case, the woman was very nice and I told her it was my last day so if she brought up her DVDs later on in the night (I'd be their until midnight) I would clean them for her. She came in while I was on my dinner break and gave me 2 DVDs and a CD to clean. I got them done for her no problem (removed a lot of crap from them) and before she left she put $5 on the counter for me. I have NEVER received a tip that I can recall while working at Blockbuster. It was very sweet but I wanted to be nice to this lady so I felt that taking the $5 would ruin that just a little (I know she was trying to be nice in return but no compensation was needed).

I followed her out to her car trying to give her back the money which she wouldn't take. Finally, she stopped and opened up her bag which allowed me to toss the money back in. She felt bad as a result, told me she wanted to do something for me for being so nice and asked if I had a favorite beer. I told her yes but wouldn't tell her which one so she wouldn't buy anything (our Blockbuster store is located right next to a grocery store). Anyways, she then gave me another DVD to clean. After I finished cleaning that I walked in the grocery store looking for her, finding her at the cash register buying a 6-pack of beer. I told her I hope her husband likes to drink to which she replied they were for me. I jokingly told her I was underage which she didn't buy. Finally, she told me her husband wanted me to have the beer which I did not believe, and also she would feel bad if I didn't take it (I didn't want to make her feel bad so I took it). She convinced me she called him and asked if she should get me Guiness, Harp or another beer which I cannot think of right now. Any case, long story short, she bought me a 6-pack of Harp which I am now trying for the first time and I have to say, I enjoy it more than Guiness. Has anyone else tried it and if so, any other Harp Lager fans out there?


Re: Alcohol [Re: Irishman12] #397445
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I don't really drink much, maybe the small SoCo at Christmas but that's about it.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Turi Giuliano] #397449
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 Originally Posted By: Turi Giuliano
I don't really drink much, maybe the small SoCo at Christmas but that's about it.



Turi, you're back!!

So, are you kidding us with this post? You don't drink much?? Are you ok? Anyway, I hope so. I missed your sense of humor.


TIS


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Re: Alcohol [Re: The Italian Stallionette] #397451
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Yeah but Christmas is everyday for me, at least twice.

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Re: Alcohol [Re: Turi Giuliano] #397483
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LMFAO! How refreshing it is to have a sane man around.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Capo de La Cosa Nostra] #397491
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turi is a sexy beast.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Anthony Lombardi] #397505
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Yes, I do drink alcohol. I usually drink any brand of whiskey or Buckfast, which is the main brand of tonic wine in Ireland.

Re: Alcohol [Re: Peter_Clemenza] #397530
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I think I'm an alcoholic. But I can think of worse things to be.

For starters, at least I'm not fondling children anymore.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Irishman12] #397549
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 Originally Posted By: Irishman12
Any case, long story short, she bought me a 6-pack of Harp which I am now trying for the first time and I have to say, I enjoy it more than Guiness. Has anyone else tried it and if so, any other Harp Lager fans out there?


I first drank it about 25 years ago when visiting Ireland. I drink it occasionally, and agree with you that it's very good. I'm a fan.

Re: Alcohol [Re: Capo de La Cosa Nostra] #397562
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 Originally Posted By: Capo de La Cosa Nostra
I think I'm an alcoholic. But I can think of worse things to be.

For starters, at least I'm not fondling children anymore.


Your progress is touching, Capo.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: pizzaboy] #397572
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Right here, but I'd rather be ...
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 Originally Posted By: pizzaboy
 Originally Posted By: Capo de La Cosa Nostra
I think I'm an alcoholic. But I can think of worse things to be.

For starters, at least I'm not fondling children anymore.


Your progress is touching, Capo.


Wait, he is or he isn't touching kids anymore?


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Re: Alcohol [Re: pizzaboy] #397584
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I've been touching cloth all fucking day. A serious case of, how do you put it, "the shits"? Anyway, I've used up my entire flat's supply of toilet tissue, and the cleaner isn't here until tomorrow.

It might be a long night. Longer, considering I only have one can of beer left.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Capo de La Cosa Nostra] #397588
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I told you excessive submissive sodomy had its side-effects, but you just had to go and find out for yourself, didn't you?


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Re: Alcohol [Re: long_lost_corleone] #397593
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...on the plus side, though, there's a child in my bed.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Capo de La Cosa Nostra] #397614
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 Originally Posted By: Capo de La Cosa Nostra
I've been touching cloth all fucking day. A serious case of, how do you put it, "the shits"? Anyway, I've used up my entire flat's supply of toilet tissue, and the cleaner isn't here until tomorrow.

It might be a long night. Longer, considering I only have one can of beer left.


Man up, God damnit!!

Go get yourself another 6 pack and take it with you into the shithouse. It's the way Pop wanted it.


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Re: Alcohol [Re: klydon1] #397618
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 Originally Posted By: klydon1
 Originally Posted By: Irishman12
Any case, long story short, she bought me a 6-pack of Harp which I am now trying for the first time and I have to say, I enjoy it more than Guiness. Has anyone else tried it and if so, any other Harp Lager fans out there?


I first drank it about 25 years ago when visiting Ireland. I drink it occasionally, and agree with you that it's very good. I'm a fan.


How's the Guiness their? I'm dying to go to Ireland. Glad to see another Harp fan


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there are other ways to clean that heiny, capo...


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Re: Alcohol [Re: Irishman12] #397827
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 Originally Posted By: Irishman12
 Originally Posted By: klydon1
 Originally Posted By: Irishman12
Any case, long story short, she bought me a 6-pack of Harp which I am now trying for the first time and I have to say, I enjoy it more than Guiness. Has anyone else tried it and if so, any other Harp Lager fans out there?


I first drank it about 25 years ago when visiting Ireland. I drink it occasionally, and agree with you that it's very good. I'm a fan.


How's the Guiness their? I'm dying to go to Ireland. Glad to see another Harp fan


The Guiness was wonderful. I took the tour of the brewery and had a fresh bottle only minutes old.

Re: Alcohol [Re: klydon1] #397828
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Lucky! How long did you stay? Was it a business trip or a family thing?


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It was late-May to about June 12, 1983. I hadn't yet turned 19, and I went with my brother and uncle. I got to see a considerable amount of the country.It was pure pleasure, and I get mad at myself for not returning. Someday I'll go back. I'm sure you'll make it there, Irish.

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Forgive my ignorance, isn't alcohol supposed to be better with age? What's with the fresh minutes old Guinness (BTW, I have no clue what it is \:\/ )?

Re: Alcohol [Re: klydon1] #397840
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 Originally Posted By: klydon1
It was late-May to about June 12, 1983. I hadn't yet turned 19, and I went with my brother and uncle. I got to see a considerable amount of the country.It was pure pleasure, and I get mad at myself for not returning. Someday I'll go back. I'm sure you'll make it there, Irish.


Wow, I was born later on that month, June 30, 1983 ;\) My folks went to Ireland for their 25th wedding anniversary almost 10 years ago now. My mother is dying to take us but I doubt it will happen. I wish to go some day. Her wish was to go before she passes and mine's the same.


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 Originally Posted By: svsg
Forgive my ignorance, isn't alcohol supposed to be better with age? What's with the fresh minutes old Guinness (BTW, I have no clue what it is \:\/ )?


Guinness is a stout, a dark, rich brewed beverage with roasted barley. Actually, I can't be sure exactly how old the bottle I had was. It was supposedly among the cases that were just manufactured, and ready for distribution.

A lot of the finer wines and liquors supposedly mature with age, giving the product fullness, but I haven't been able to appreciate the distinction fully.

Beer, Lager, etc. are brewed and actually can become stale over time.

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Any bottle over a day old should be drunk promptly.


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