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Old 06-11-2012, 05:37 PM   #581
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When you're taking a leak and the water in the pot is bubbling nicely, you think to yourself "I wonder what I've been drinking that's giving my pi$$ such great head retention!"


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Old 06-11-2012, 05:47 PM   #582
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When you're taking a leak and the water in the pot is bubbling nicely, you think to yourself "I wonder what I've been drinking that's giving my pi$$ such great head retention!"
Funnily enough, really foamy piss (not just from hitting the water powerfully) and really foamy beer are caused by the same thing - proteins. Though it's actually a bad thing.


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Old 06-11-2012, 05:51 PM   #583
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Funnily enough, really foamy piss (not just from hitting the water powerfully) and really foamy beer are caused by the same thing - proteins. Though it's actually a bad thing.
Yeah, I know.... it just cracked me up the other day when I thought that... and it was after a long long Friday night at the pub.
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Old 06-13-2012, 03:35 AM   #584
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When you HAVE to drink a beer to make sure it's ready. I mean, it's been 48 hours in the fridge and I need to see if it's properly carbed....Right?
I brew on Tuesday's. 2 weeks + 2 days of carb= Thursday a.m.... Scheduled at work 3pm.. Coincidence? I think not!
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Old 06-13-2012, 03:39 AM   #585
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In the garage. NBA Finals. 5 taps. 2 friends. 1/4 full water bottle (contents actually tequila) in front of a fan "jiggling". First thought... RED NECK STIR PLATE!
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Old 06-13-2012, 03:46 PM   #587
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when you start researching your next recipe while chilling the wort.
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that is way too late.


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When you're stoked about opening a carbonated beer that's not flat, or blowing up in your face : D.
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You read a veterinary pathology report that says the specific gravity of the urine was 1.025 and you think "That's a little high. Warm it up, give it a gentle swirl, and check again in a couple days."
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You read a veterinary pathology report that says the specific gravity of the urine was 1.025 and you think "That's a little high. Warm it up, give it a gentle swirl, and check again in a couple days."
LOVE IT!!!

Also... when you know from empirical evidence the average temperature in each of your closets & pantries (in different seasons) so you can choose which one best suits the requirements of your belgians and your brite tanks.


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