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What a man's fridge looks like.

So, the past couple of days have been a lil hazy for me. I think this is the reasoning why. And these are all the leftover ones.
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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-17-2006, 08:45 PM
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So, the past couple of days have been a lil hazy for me. I think this is the reasoning why. And these are all the leftover ones.
Looks about right... except for the sweetened tea... I like my tea as it should be... bitter as can be...
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beer, beer, beer, beer, condiments, salsa, leftovers, juices to mix booze with... sounds about right...
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Well I had the grand daddy of bachalor parties last night! So all after 4 bars...we went back to my place to finish off a case of longnecks and there are a few left... but like I said... we did all the drinking at the bars!




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looks right for a manly fridge. send them bottles of Guiness here, I need em to help compensate a friend for his time. umm yeah thats it compensate him for his time. lol
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Egggggggsellent choice on the far left there fella.



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Egggggggsellent choice on the far left there fella.
The best drink is to take that bottle of Guiness and mix it with apple cider. Then you have what is called a black velvet. Awesome drink.
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The best drink is to take that bottle of Guiness and mix it with apple cider. Then you have what is called a black velvet. Awesome drink.
Interesting. Might have to try that sometime.



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So, the past couple of days have been a lil hazy for me. I think this is the reasoning why. And these are all the leftover ones.
Doesn't look unlike our fridge.
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The best drink is to take that bottle of Guiness and mix it with apple cider. Then you have what is called a black velvet. Awesome drink.
I thought that was a snake bite (or is that Harp and cider?). In any case, yuuuuummmmy!
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The best drink is to take that bottle of Guiness and mix it with apple cider. Then you have what is called a black velvet. Awesome drink.
hmmm, I'll have to give that a try. My in-law's fridge currently has Guiness and Woodchuck in it, might be close enough.
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I had like 8 Irish car bombs one night. I'll never drink Guiness again. That sh*t's gross.
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I had like 8 Irish car bombs one night. I'll never drink Guiness again. That sh*t's gross.
I don't mind Guinness (rather like it at times) but I'll be DAMNED if I ever do another Irish Car Bomb... Holy hell... it's been... er... since early January since I had one, and my stomach turns just thinking about it.
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I had like 8 Irish car bombs one night. I'll never drink Guiness again. That sh*t's gross.
= Guiness.



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I don't mind Guinness (rather like it at times) but I'll be DAMNED if I ever do another Irish Car Bomb... Holy hell... it's been... er... since early January since I had one, and my stomach turns just thinking about it.
They weren't that bad at first, but the more I did the more I didn't like it. I didn't puke or anything, but I did get wasted between those and the Heiny's.
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hmmm

looks like our fridge in my house right now, except mostly bud-light, keystone light, and busch light along with assorted hard liquor and left overs.

Yea, im in college so cheap beer is where it is at
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= Guiness.
Yeah the first two.... then It's not that it tastes bad, it just makes me so full I can't drink more than a couple...

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They weren't that bad at first, but the more I did the more I didn't like it. I didn't puke or anything, but I did get wasted between those and the Heiny's.
So it was one of those, 'I kinda wish I would have puked because I would feel so much better today' sort of things? That's generally my MO.

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hmmm

looks like our fridge in my house right now, except mostly bud-light, keystone light, and busch light along with assorted hard liquor and left overs.

Yea, im in college so cheap beer is where it is at
That's not too bad for a college selection... At least none of those beers are total garbage, though Keystone rides that fine line... I live on OSU campus and I hear guys at the gas station and mini-marts all the time, "man I love Natty Light" or "the Beast rules!"... heh... rookies...

My question is (and apparently you and your friends already get it), "why don't you spend three more bucks and get a case of something that doesn't suck?" Bud Light, Busch Light... two beers that aren't fantastic, but don't absolutely suck either...
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As long as I eat before I go to bed, i don't get hang overs. Denny's is pretty routine at 3-4 in the morning after some binge drinking.
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As long as I eat before I go to bed, i don't get hang overs. Denny's is pretty routine at 3-4 in the morning after some binge drinking.
Vitamin B and ginger root before bed... You'll never have a hangover again... that is, if you aren't too drunk to forget to take it...
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Vitamin B and ginger root before bed... You'll never have a hangover again... that is, if you aren't too drunk to forget to take it...
Screw that. I'd rather go to Denny's and pig out.
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