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Old 01-02-2014, 03:53 AM   #1
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So I'm brewing right now, I'm currently drinking a Stone Sublimely Self-righteous Ale from a growler fill and I'm a couple beers in on a New Year's Day. I just had the urge to go and instead of walking through the house in my new rubber boots, is just went behind the garage and drained the lizard. This is not the first time for me and I can't be alone. Any one else relieve themselves outdoors on brew day or any other time???


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Yep, me to! brew days or not! The big tree out back needs watering once in a while.

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Doesn't seem strange, sometimes the deck out back at night is more handy than tromping all the flipp'n way to the bathroom!
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Anyone have neighbors about 15 feet away? I wish I had a couple acres of property but I'm in the LA suburbs!
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It's a very effective technique to clean any hop trub from a boilover off the driveway.

Unfortunatly, I'm in a new subdivision, so no trees to hide behind.
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I regularly mark every corner of my property. If you don't piss on it, how will they know it's yours?
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I pee in your yard all the time. What's the big deal?
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With one bath room and a live I. Girlfriend it's more of a requirement then an option
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I've found a triangle of 3 large oak trees where I can't be seen from the road or any neighbors.
The grass is dead between those threes.
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I live on 2 acres surrounded by folks with 25+ acres on the side of the Appalachian foothills. Needless to say I whip it out whenever and wherever the urge hits brew day or not. Doesn't everyone?


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