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Old 01-20-2013, 02:06 AM   #1301
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Are you making fun of my purse and pink shirts?
Yes.
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Old 01-20-2013, 02:23 AM   #1302
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I appreciate light lagers like Corona and even BMC for what they are.. even more so now that I brew.

Once, there was a group in college giving a presentation about Coors. I was talking to them before hand and one of the said "if you have a half-can of last night's Coors beer, just shake the can and the yeast will make it fizzy again"... do I even need to say anything else?

Also, I love Negra Modelo, especially with Cazuelon (beef, chicken, AND cohorizo.. mmmmm)

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Old 01-20-2013, 02:31 AM   #1303
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B-complex def,but estrogen,no. The stupidity never seaces to amaze me. Like the guys at the store talkin about the miller triple hopped bit. "It's got more hops than that IPA you picked up. It's triple hopped!". Ohhh,the sweet agony of it all...
Exactly! The irony of it is that on top of the B-complex, which is great for men's health, the yeast from non-filtered homebrew is also chock full of selenium which is ALSO great for men's health. If that's not irony then count me amongst those who completely don't get the classical definition of the term...
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:11 AM   #1304
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Are you a woman?

A) yes
B) no

If you answered

a) no I am not making fun of your purse or pink shirt
b) HAHAHAHA

Unless it isn't a purse it's a satchel (Indiana Jones had one) and your shirt isn't pink it's salmon?
Salmon is a fish, not a color. Therefore the shirt is pink.
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:34 AM   #1305
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So I go to brother's house for the holidays and he pulls out Arrogant Bastard from the fridge with a big grin. I now have a big grin because someone who does not drink craft beer finally presents me with one of my favorite beers. Yea!

I find out a few days later that he bought it as a joke thinking I would take offense with the name. This is the same person who buys me the awful Jones Soda Thanksgiving meal flavored gift pack each year.

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Old 01-20-2013, 05:25 AM   #1306
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Salmon is a fish, not a color. Therefore the shirt is pink.
I'm with Leadgolem on this one
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Old 01-20-2013, 11:48 AM   #1307
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men are 4-bit, EGA

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Old 01-20-2013, 03:57 PM   #1308
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I'm with Leadgolem on this one
See, this is funny, but I sadly cannot think this way.

In an earlier life, I built cabinets for a living. We did a LOT of plastic laminate work (aka Formica, a popular brand of laminate). Needless to say, there were tons of subtle color variations that we had to be very familiar with.

As a result, I forever see colors like a woman. My wife has teased me for years that, for instance, I know what puce is.
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I'm going to see if I can get this guy to expand on his estrogens-in-homebrew theory a bit...I will report back, for the edification and entertainment of all.

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As a result, I forever see colors like a woman. My wife has teased me for years that, for instance, I know what puce is.
I would think any wife would appreciate a husband who knows what the puce was...
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