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Old 02-18-2013, 01:01 PM   #1701
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Warrior, Columbus, Simcoe, Zythos, Centennial. I don't think she's onto anything except my nerves!
Have her cook you a really nice steak and pour ketchup all over it and tell her how it tastes so much better that way than the way she served it.
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Old 02-18-2013, 01:48 PM   #1702
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Yeah,go ahead,...if you enjoy her playing frying pan tennis with your head...
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:18 PM   #1703
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Kind of a funny exchange between friends at the bar of a German restaurant 5 minutes ago:

Friend 1 to server: do you serve fran....frankis.....frankensteiner with a slice of lemon?

Server: we have Franziskaner....wr could add a slice of lemon if you'd like.

Friend 1: Yep, thats the right way to do it. I'll take one.

Friend 2: I'll take any light beer in a bottle.

Friend 1: bottle? Ohhhhh, you dont drink beer out of bottles. Tap beer is way better. Tell em....tell em tap beer is superior.

Friend 2: i been drinkin bottled becks light for 12 years. Ain't gonna change me now.

Friend 1: ahh...fuggetaboudit. You don't know GOTS about beer. I gotta find a new drinking partner.

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Old 02-18-2013, 06:24 PM   #1704
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^^^ Sounds like someone needs to educate their friends a little better.

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Old 02-18-2013, 06:31 PM   #1705
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I was taking the tour at Red Hook Brewery. In the tasting room, they had a pitcher of grains and a pitcher of hop pellets. The pitchers were passed around so that we could smell the ingredients.
That's really funny. When I was in there, I thought it was odd that they encouraged us to taste the barley malt but didn't say anything about tasting the hops. So my friend and I each grabbed a little pellet and bit a little off....

I then understood.

But it was just a tiny nibble, so it only took 5 minutes to get my taste buds back. Can't imagine the impact of more than that.
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:19 PM   #1706
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^^^ Sounds like someone needs to educate their friends a little better.
Oh they werent MY friends. Just a couple guys out to lunch. What do I know anyway....i was drinking bottled beer
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Oh they werent MY friends. Just a couple guys out to lunch. What do I know anyway....i was drinking bottled beer
You didn't have a lemon in it, did you?
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Back in the day, I've been known to cram a lime wedge into a Corona.

Then again, I might till do that if Corona was my only beverage option...

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Back in the day, I've been known to cram a lime wedge into a Corona.

Then again, I might till do that if Corona was my only beverage option...
I think if corona is the only option then it's perfectly fine to shove a lime wedge in the bottle.
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Old 02-18-2013, 09:14 PM   #1710
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You didn't have a lemon in it, did you?
Haha....no fruit.
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