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Old 04-16-2013, 01:52 AM   #1
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Pork rinds, Tabasco, and high life.


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I like the Pork Rinds. I like the tabasco, though I'm not sure whether it works with pork rinds. I'll have to try that.

I gotta be honest, I can drink any Bud or Coors product, but I can't drink High-Life. I'd rather have a 40 of Old English than a Miller High Life.
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I like the Pork Rinds. I like the tabasco, though I'm not sure whether it works with pork rinds. I'll have to try that.

I gotta be honest, I can drink any Bud or Coors product, but I can't drink High-Life. I'd rather have a 40 of Old English than a Miller High Life.
Woah, really? Tabasco was created for pork rinds!!

But seriously I don't even really like them without a pool of Tabasco floating on top.
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Also, sticking with cheap beer:

Chile verde, black beans and rice, and high life.

For some reason, bmc goes well with Mexican food.


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