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Old 10-19-2014, 02:58 PM   #61
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I really like arrogant bastard ale, sierra Nevada pale ale, and yuengling when I cant make up my mind. I been trying more micro and craft beer over the years
That Sierra Nevada IPA will mess you up after a few!

Enjoying a Boddingtons right now.
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My brother is 6'6" and has shoulders like a double refrigerator, he only drinks mixed drinks if he drinks at all I loved to bust his balls about it when I would come visit him in college
Nothing wrong with it. In fact, on the rare occasions I feel like tying one on, I have to have a few mixed drinks to start it off. I would have to sit down an concentrate to really get a good buzz off beer.
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Boddingtons is delicious tho
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Nothing wrong with it. In fact, on the rare occasions I feel like tying one on, I have to have a few mixed drinks to start it off. I would have to sit down an concentrate to really get a good buzz off beer.
So what's it like being a woman?
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So what's it like being a woman?
I have something sharp in the drawer ifn you wanna find out...
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Nothing wrong with it. In fact, on the rare occasions I feel like tying one on, I have to have a few mixed drinks to start it off. I would have to sit down an concentrate to really get a good buzz off beer.
Agghh, I just like busting his chops.
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So what's it like being with a woman?
I think that's what you meant to type?

When you do real construction for a trade you don't have to worry about looking like a sissy. My every pore oozes manliness. Well.... that or hair, which is pretty manly anyway.

But I hear those spools of 22ga wire can get really heavy.
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I think that's what you meant to type?

When you do real construction for a trade you don't have to worry about looking like a sissy. My every pore oozes manliness. Well.... that or hair, which is pretty manly anyway.

But I hear those spools of 22ga wire can get really heavy.
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Rogue Chipotle Ale is probably my all time favorite.

This time of year I start going for the Winter ales. JubelAle this year is really good, last year's was pretty forgetable.

One real surprise this year was Sierra Nevada Flipside Red IPA. Not really an IPA in the strictest sense, but it is really tasty. Kind of like a lager, but in a grown up way.

Truth be told I have been drinking more hard ciders this year than anything else. And I love mixed drinks.

Asbach and Coke or a Maker's Mark and Coke are my go tos.

Every once in a while I'll do a beer and coke or wine and coke. Hold overs from my years in Germany.
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That Sierra Nevada IPA will mess you up after a few!

Enjoying a Boddingtons right now.

Yes! I have sadly been there before lol, its a good beer
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Every once in a while I'll do a beer and coke or wine and coke. Hold overs from my years in Germany.
The Germans do a lot of coke?
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The Germans do a lot of coke?
Just the rich ones.
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I think that's what you meant to type?

When you do real construction for a trade you don't have to worry about looking like a sissy. My every pore oozes manliness. Well.... that or hair, which is pretty manly anyway.

But I hear those spools of 22ga wire can get really heavy.
Spools are a waste of time I use speed bags.
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I don't get it...a rum & coke is girly? Julian is no girl
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red racer ipa from british columbia is a new favorite.. i get it at a specialty shop here in town
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If I have to buy beer it's Either Colt 45, Budweiser, Keith's or Propeller.

But I normally prefer homebrew.
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If I have to buy beer it's Either Colt 45, Budweiser, Keith's or Propeller.

But I normally prefer homebrew.
Mmmmm. In the late 60s, early 70s, helped Colt 45 out financially.

6-16 oz at a time, or if going to a grasser, a quart bottle or 2. That's what I'm told anyways...

I prolly couldn't drink one on a bet today...
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Dogfish Festina Peche was an interesting summer brew and Shiner Ruby Redbird and the Dogfish 90 Minute for something a little stronger.

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If you want to die by your own hands ! Drink a jar of pop corn Sutton's shine while chasing It with a six pack of bullets !!!
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Mmmmm. In the late 60s, early 70s, helped Colt 45 out financially.

6-16 oz at a time, or if going to a grasser, a quart bottle or 2. That's what I'm told anyways...

I prolly couldn't drink one on a bet today...
It might sound strange but I have an easier time drinking colt 45 than Guinness or Heineken.

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