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Old 07-01-2008, 07:34 PM   #81
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I'm bringing this thread back to life, because I'm still interested in what you did.

C'mon man, spill the beans



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Old 07-01-2008, 08:20 PM   #82
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I'm curios now....



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Old 07-08-2008, 07:28 AM   #83
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I'm curios now....

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He's trying his best to not put all the blame on me...but as a swmbo, it was quite the sweet revenge and you all better be careful because I'd recommend this type of sabotage to any home brewers wives or girlfriends. I'll let you know that this weekend would commemorate the week where that particular brew would have been finished and he has brought it to my attention how sweet it would be to be sipping a fine home brewed ale right now but...I will have the last laugh in that!!!
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Old 07-08-2008, 07:31 AM   #84
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from swmbo....
He's trying his best to not put all the blame on me...but as a swmbo, it was quite the sweet revenge and you all better be careful because I'd recommend this type of sabotage to any home brewers wives or girlfriends. I'll let you know that this weekend would commemorate the week where that particular brew would have been finished and he has brought it to my attention how sweet it would be to be sipping a fine home brewed ale right now but...I will have the last laugh in that!!!
Little does she know... she's enjoyed a few dinners marinated in "SWMBO's Revenge". Ha! She knows now (can't believe I showed her this message board)...
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Old 07-08-2008, 10:46 AM   #85
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She sounds EVIL.... A HBT "Exorcism" is required. This involves the "Posessed" showing her breasts and asking for forgiveness, while you chant "The power of Beer COMPELLS you"

We, in turn offer her forgiveness.. if she shows good boobies.

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Old 07-08-2008, 09:21 PM   #86
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She sounds EVIL.... A HBT "Exorcism" is required. This involves the "Posessed" showing her breasts and asking for forgiveness, while you chant "The power of Beer COMPELLS you"

We, in turn offer her forgiveness.. if she shows good boobies.
+1 on breast exposure
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Old 07-08-2008, 09:38 PM   #87
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YES. Bottle this into 2L bottles and you will have instant brining solution for some of the BEST tasting Chicken and Turkey in the world!!!!

ALSO remember that it's almost tailgating season... and all those bratwursts coming off the grill have to stay warm somehow! Pour in a 2L of this salty stuff, and heat it up to about 130, and let the sucker simmer with your cooked brats hanging out in it. DELICIOUS. I'm almost jealous that you have this, now. Maybe I should make a salt beer too!

And obligatory +1 breasts. Cmonnnn we know you're reading!

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YES. Bottle this into 2L bottles and you will have instant brining solution for some of the BEST tasting Chicken and Turkey in the world!!!!

ALSO remember that it's almost tailgating season... and all those bratwursts coming off the grill have to stay warm somehow! Pour in a 2L of this salty stuff, and heat it up to about 130, and let the sucker simmer with your cooked brats hanging out in it. DELICIOUS. I'm almost jealous that you have this, now. Maybe I should make a salt beer too!
No kidding man, I want to make some too. That sounds delicious. Maybe I should go piss my gf off.
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Did he ever say what he did? No?

Come ON, Craig!

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Did he ever say what he did? No?

Come ON, Craig!
Seriously, it has been long enough! Let us know...or you will never hear the end of it. We CAN have very long memories.


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