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A guy walks into a bar, sits down, and asks, "Bartender, got any specials today?"

Bartender answers, "Yes, as a matter of fact we have a new drink, invented by a gynecologist patron of ours. It's a mix of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer and Smirnoff Vodka."

The guy asks, "Good grief, what do you call that?"

The bartender replied, "It's a "Pabst Smir".



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Worm-Overload-Recreation-Killer (WORK).

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Purchase the antidote known as WORK-Isolating-Neutralizer-Extract (WINE) or Bothersome-Employer-Elimination-Rebooter (BEER).

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Pass this warning on before more people crash.
 

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When I was in the Army we worked on HAWK Missle systems.

We said it stood for Holiday And Weekend Killer.

And oh did it fit.

Cheers,

knewshound
 

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Bad jokes HB! :D

However nice Avatar. I'm glad the Germans now celebrate St.Georges Day (23/04) too - the Patron Saint of England (who was Greek and never set foot in England).... ;) :D
 
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Caplan said:
Bad jokes HB! However nice Avatar. I'm glad the Germans now celebrate St.Georges Day (23/04) too - the Patron Saint of England (who was Greek and never set foot in England)....
The date has nothing to do w/England that I know of, it's actually the day the Reinheitsgebot was signed...;)


Knewshound: I was guarding an ammo dump in Hepburg, a bit north of Ingolstadt, incidently, where the Reinheitsgebot was signed, and there were some HAWKs set up there...I always thought it stood for "High Altitude Worm Killers".:D
 

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homebrewer_99 said:
Knewshound: I was guarding an ammo dump in Hepburg, a bit north of Ingolstadt, incidently, where the Reinheitsgebot was signed, and there were some HAWKs set up there...I always thought it stood for "High Altitude Worm Killers".:D
Thats a new one on me!
 

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homebrewer_99 said:
The date has nothing to do w/England that I know of, it's actually the day the Reinheitsgebot was signed...;)
I know, I just couldn't resist winding you up......:D
 

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