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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by drunkensooner » Fri Aug 19, 2011 11:48 pm

Wingman wrote:
mr.dirty pants wrote:Cosmo. No manly way to order this.
"double knob creek, neat, and a cosmo for the lady here."

there.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by TheBigCasino » Sat Aug 20, 2011 12:00 am

captain gonzo wrote:
peetie44 wrote:Order and drink watch you want...FTW.
Damn straight....alcoholism should not be a form of discrimination against certain drinks, its should just be being unable to discriminate against anything with alcohol in as long as its there.
I call this "drunkard universalism", and while it looks great on paper ( I don't subscribe to it ), it's a complete failure, especially in terms of this board.

You get "Hey, all alcohol is good!"

then later it's "who the fuck orders Coor's Light?, who the hell drink alcopops? what a lightweight! from the same posters. for example, from this very thread. No offense to drunkensooner, but this is what I'm talking about,
drunkensooner wrote: Man, I've been arguing that for years. A drunks a drunk right? Case closed he/she is ok in my book.

But Id never order a cosmo. Wver. Whiskey is the best and thats it.
see what I mean?
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by drunkensooner » Sat Aug 20, 2011 12:35 am

To be fair TBC, my post was tongue-in-cheek.

But I'm coming around to your way of thinking. I would never say anything negative to a person at the bar based upon what they drink. Everyone has different tastes, and diversity is the spice of life.

BUT, if the guy next to me keeps ordering Mike's Hard Lemonade, pretty sure I wont want to be talking to that guy. Or the person that insists on only drinking Budweiser and J*a*c*k D*a*n*i*e*l*s. Hope you have a good time Bro.

Maybe your drinking reflects upon who you are, and I never want to discriminate, but I'll stick with the people who like whiskey (Irish, or bourbon, take your pick) and beer than the cocktail crowd.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by DeeboCools » Sat Aug 20, 2011 8:27 am

Wingman wrote: "double knob creek, neat, and a cosmo for the kid here."
fixed that for ya buddy.

I'd still chug the shit out of a cosmo right now...
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by captain gonzo » Sat Aug 20, 2011 1:19 pm

TheBigCasino wrote:
captain gonzo wrote:
peetie44 wrote:Order and drink watch you want...FTW.
Damn straight....alcoholism should not be a form of discrimination against certain drinks, its should just be being unable to discriminate against anything with alcohol in as long as its there.
I call this "drunkard universalism", and while it looks great on paper ( I don't subscribe to it ), it's a complete failure, especially in terms of this board.

You get "Hey, all alcohol is good!"

then later it's "who the fuck orders Coor's Light?, who the hell drink alcopops? what a lightweight! from the same posters. for example, from this very thread. No offense to drunkensooner, but this is what I'm talking about,
drunkensooner wrote: Man, I've been arguing that for years. A drunks a drunk right? Case closed he/she is ok in my book.

But Id never order a cosmo. Wver. Whiskey is the best and thats it.
see what I mean?
Ill be honest I have preference, but if its a choice of cosmo or no booze...ill have a pint of cosmo....
Drunk? I'm not drunk! You wouldn't dare accuse me of that if I was s0ber!

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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by Mr Boozificator » Sat Aug 20, 2011 4:47 pm

DeeboCools wrote:
Wingman wrote: "double knob creek, neat, and a cosmo for the kid here."
fixed that for ya buddy.

I'd still chug the shit out of a cosmo right now...
You big Steve-like guys.
Give me a cosmo too, a large one.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by ThirstyDrunk » Sun Aug 21, 2011 2:10 am

I think each and every onew of you should be ashamed of yourselves
To be fair, I'm drunker than you.

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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by captain gonzo » Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:51 pm

ThirstyDrunk wrote:I think each and every onew of you should be ashamed of yourselves
Fuck you, shame is for drys and lightweights....in fact shame can be for anyone as long as its not me.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by Wingman » Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:02 am

damn, tough room....
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by captain gonzo » Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:41 am

Hell I've lost whats going on and decided to simply respond with anything instead of trying to make any sense of things.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by Crystal » Mon Aug 22, 2011 2:47 pm

I never feel ashamed to order any drink in public-
unless it is an O'Douls. That was when I was pregnant. I felt ridiculous. I would probably feel ashamed ordering a cum shot though.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by Resident Asshole » Tue Aug 23, 2011 1:57 pm

drunkensooner wrote: I never want to discriminate, but I'll stick with the people who like whiskey (Irish, or bourbon, take your pick) and beer than the cocktail crowd.
Whatever. I hate it when people say I discriminate like it's a bad thing. I discriminate (choose one thing above another) every day. I like whiskey more than rum, I like vaginas better than men's buttholes, I like sarcastic people better than idiots.

Doesn't mean I can't drink with people who drink Bud Light, but generally those people are not open-minded and discriminating and it's the Bud Light which is a symptom of their personality.

I don't like people who are NOT discriminatory. Those people are usually idiots. Order what you want, but if you drink Bud Light there's a good chance we won't be great friends. If you drink a cosmo, you are gay. Which is funny because I drink vodka/crans all the time and it's not much different.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by peetie44 » Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:25 pm

[quote="Resident Asshole"]

Doesn't mean I can't drink with people who drink Bud Light, but generally those people are not open-minded [judged to be so under whose criteria?] and discriminating [defined by whose parameters?] and it's the Bud Light which is a symptom of their personality.

Yeah...you right.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by Resident Asshole » Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:30 pm

peetie44 wrote:
Resident Asshole wrote:generally those people are not open-minded [judged to be so under whose criteria?] and discriminating [defined by whose parameters?]
The dictionary. Open-minded when it comes to drinking means they are willing to try a new beer, instead of declaring Bud Light the best beer ever. You have to be open-minded before you can be truly discriminating. In other words, if you aren't open minded enough to have tried a Belgian, then you aren't being discriminating when you order a Bud Light, you are just being ignorant.
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Re: Drinks you should be ashamed to order in public

Post by peetie44 » Tue Aug 23, 2011 2:33 pm

Resident Asshole wrote:
peetie44 wrote:
Resident Asshole wrote:generally those people are not open-minded [judged to be so under whose criteria?] and discriminating [defined by whose parameters?]
The dictionary. Open-minded when it comes to drinking meansthey are willing to try a new beer, instead of declaring Bud Light the best beer ever. You have to be open-minded before you can be truly discriminating. In other words, if you aren't open minded enough to have tried a Belgian, then you aren't being discriminating when you order a Bud Light, you are just being ignorant.
So good of you to clearly and precisely establish what "open-minded when it comes to drinking means" to the rest of us.
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