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Natterjack
16th Jun 2001, 13:47
... why one drinks an excessive amount of beer?

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I spend most of my money on beer and women - the rest I just waste.

Nil nos tremefacit
16th Jun 2001, 14:47
Maintenance of our cultural birthright.

Can be substituted for cider in the west country, whisky in Scotland, whiskey and/or Guinness in Ireland (North and South), Chardonnay in Islington and watered down coal slurry in Wales! ;)

OLD_EGG_BOUND
16th Jun 2001, 16:09
Because it seems like a good idea at the time, and the more you drink the better that idea becomes. Started off on the Hook Norton Generation 4 and when that ran out had a swift half gallon of Thwaites Best Bitter. Marvelous.

The fun continues as I bask in my beery flatulence.

OzExpat
16th Jun 2001, 19:05
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" size="2">The fun continues as I bask in my beery flatulence</font>

I wondered WTF smelt so ripe, soon as I walked in here... now I know. Now we ALL bloodey know! http://www.pprune.org/ubb/NonCGI/eek.gif :)

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Dispela olgeta samting i pekpek bilong bulmakau!

Gog
16th Jun 2001, 19:19
I just can't work out why ,no matter how much I drink on a friday night I still wake up thirsty on saturday.

Wierd.

Rollingthunder
16th Jun 2001, 19:27
I just can't work out why ,no matter how much I drink on a Friday night I still wake up
thirsty on Sunday. Weird.

Hannibal Smith
17th Jun 2001, 00:40
I just can't work out, why no matter how much I drink on Sunday night I still wake up thirsty on Monday.

Maybe it's cause I only drink twice a week.
Monday to Thursday and Friday to Sunday.

The Hannibal.

Baggy
17th Jun 2001, 01:58
Because people buy it for you, and it would be rude not to...?

Feeton Terrafirma
17th Jun 2001, 18:20
What can I say? I'm glad that you can't drink excessive quantities of Aussie red ;)

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I'm not a PPRuNe addict. (just need one more post)

Nil nos tremefacit
18th Jun 2001, 01:28
Isn't that a type of low tax fuel for tractors?