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The nice thing about Bushmills is that you don't BURP! afterward. :)


I would neither want to think of how much alcohol it would take for that chap's beer goggles to blur enough that what he could get looked appealing--nor would I want to meet the creature desperate enough to look his way & say, "Why not?"

I'm thinking quite a few rungs down from Wanda (In Living Color) or Rasputia (Norbit).

Dr. Bob:

What's the line from the old country western song about how women look prettier towards the bar's closing time? I suspect that's true of the male side of the bar too.

BTW, do we measure the size of beer bellies by the quart, gallon or keg?

Lots of lager that large lad is lugging.

Ed B:

"Heineken? F*** that s***! Pabst Blue Ribbon!"

"Heineken? F*** that s***! Pabst Blue Ribbon!"

Ed B:

Oh great. Now the spammers are cloning my quips.

Clone this you scum: "I am a bottom-feeding spammer with the IQ of a steaming pile of buffalo excrement and should be immediately euthanized on sight for the good of this planet."


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