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AIRWAY
26th Oct 2005, 10:26
Got this on the email very funny :} :}

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WATER ....IT HAS BEEN SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN THAT IF WE DRINK 1 LITRE OF
WATER EACH DAY, AT THE END OF THE YEAR WE WOULD HAVE ABSORBED MORE THAN 1
KILO OF ESCHERICHIA COLI BACTERIA FOUND IN FAECES,


IN OTHER WORDS, WE ARE CONSUMING 1 KILO OF SH*T.



HOWEVER, WE DO NOT RUN THAT RISK WHEN DRINKING VODKA, WHISKEY, WINE,
BEER OR OTHER LIQUORS BECAUSE ALCOHOL HAS TO GO THROUGH A
DISTILLATION PROCESS OF BOILING, FILTERING AND FERMENTING.





IT IS MY DUTY TO COMMUNICATE TO ALL OF YOU PEOPLE WHO ARE DRINKING
WATER, TO STOP DOING SO, IT HAS BEEN SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN THAT IT
IS UNHEALTHY AND BAD FOR YOU.





WATER = SH*T





ALCOHOL = HEALTH





FREE YOURSELF OF SH*T, DRINK ALCOHOL!!! IT IS BETTER TO DRINK
ALCOHOL AND TALK SH*T - THAN TO DRINK WATER AND BE FULL OF SH*T!


:} :}

African Tech Rep
26th Oct 2005, 10:29
Who was it that said "I don't drink water - fish f**k in it" ?

tony draper
26th Oct 2005, 10:32
So what, most folks are walking about with a pound and a half of sh*t already inside em,only difference is its their own.
:uhoh:

Biggles Flies Undone
26th Oct 2005, 10:33
Who was it that said "I don't drink water - fish f**k in it" ?
W C Fields - sound advice :ok:

flyblue
26th Oct 2005, 10:37
Nothing new here :hmm: it's one of the main reasons why wine and beer have been for centuries very popular drinks: they were healthier to drink than water, that had chances of being polluted. In the Middle Ages in England people drank more wine (imported from the South of France) pro capita than today! :D

VitaminGee
26th Oct 2005, 10:37
I believe WC Fields is also acredited with: "Never trust someone who doesn't drink [alcahol] "
Works for me!!:p

AIRWAY
26th Oct 2005, 10:42
In the Middle Ages in England people drank more wine (imported from the South of France)

Wasn't there an agreement (Middle Ages) between England and Portugal, where Portugal imported Madeira Wine in exchange for something i cant remember :confused:

Google search for me...

Dead_Heading
26th Oct 2005, 10:44
Madeira cake? :}

tony draper
26th Oct 2005, 10:48
Clothyard shafts??:E

Lon More
26th Oct 2005, 11:08
http://www.stickergiant.com/Merchant2/imgs/250/y8525.gif
http://www.goats.com/store/images/litany_preview.gif

mazzy1026
26th Oct 2005, 11:59
So what, most folks are walking about with a pound and a half of sh*t already inside em
Management ..........

Solid Rust Twotter
26th Oct 2005, 14:38
In medieval times yer English soldier was forced by law to drink something in the region of eight pints of ale each day. Could have been ol' Hank Eight wot dun it IIRC.

Parapunter
26th Oct 2005, 14:56
Jeez mazzy, wouldn't want to be managed at your place.:uhoh:

Jerricho
26th Oct 2005, 15:41
they were healthier to drink than water

I'm sure some who sampled my first attempt at home brew would disagree m'lady ;)

ExSimGuy
27th Oct 2005, 14:57
Whatever happened to www.bigfy.com ("Beer Is Good For You")

Was a great site, but it seems to have vanished from DNS records recently :(

Widger
27th Oct 2005, 15:09
Nelson was placed in a barrell of Brandy (or some similar alcoholic drink).. Once he was disembarked, the crew then drank what remained!

ExSimGuy
27th Oct 2005, 17:01
More likely Pusser's Rum (http://www.pussers.com) old boy

And was he placed in a barrel of the stuff, or did he drink a barrel?:E

tony draper
27th Oct 2005, 17:37
One stands ready to be corrected but one assumes Nelson was dead when he was immersed?, unlike poor Clarence who was prolly squarking like guffy when he was scragged in butt of grog.
I blame the French (sniper)

tubthumper
29th Oct 2005, 18:34
Water? Never touch the stuff. Seen what it does to the soles of your shoes? Imagine what it's doing to the lining of your stomach.

Bayebeejeezus
26th Nov 2005, 13:41
Muslims don't drink - what a load of shite - I got blotto with that Mohammad geezer the other day - he's a right brick !

G-CPTN
26th Nov 2005, 15:58
Recently a worker at the Guinness factory in Dublin, fell into a vat of fermenting brew with fatal results. Witnesses said it was a distressing event, and a prolongued and uncomfortable death. He got out to pee several times before he eventually drowned.