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Dear Booze wrote:
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This ice cold spring
You've mentioned that it's still cold a few times. Is this out of the ordinary for Wooperdelphia? What's the usual climate for mid April?
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The "please drink responsibly" comments on beer and booze adds, they need to stop trying to please the clench butts, they never will.

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I'm over the vaccine fad. I'll pass on it for now. I'll watch the rest of the world deal with super cancer and flipper babies.
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Also I'm over, no I was never under that stupid thing of making a mixed drink in a shot glass and calling it a shot, it is tiny cocktail, not a shot!

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scream ale wrote:
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I'm over the vaccine fad. I'll pass on it for now. I'll watch the rest of the world deal with super cancer and flipper babies.
Seriously? As a mom, I'm telling you. Take care of yourself.

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Merchant Seaman wrote:
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Also I'm over, no I was never under that stupid thing of making a mixed drink in a shot glass and calling it a shot, it is tiny cocktail, not a shot!
Who does that?! Spring breakers?
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Savage wrote:
Sun Apr 18, 2021 1:46 am
scream ale wrote:
Sat Apr 17, 2021 9:48 pm
I'm over the vaccine fad. I'll pass on it for now. I'll watch the rest of the world deal with super cancer and flipper babies.
Seriously? As a mom, I'm telling you. Take care of yourself.

Getting my second Moderna on the 22nd.
I take very good care of my self. I eat my fruits and veggies. No drugs or ciggies.
Take care of yourself too, it's scary out there.
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I`m siding with Sceam here, enough vaccine propaganda. I`m not gonna get fixed!
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I’m going to get rabies shots. You know, just for the hell of it.
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oettinger wrote:
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Merchant Seaman wrote:
Sat Apr 17, 2021 10:24 pm
Also I'm over, no I was never under that stupid thing of making a mixed drink in a shot glass and calling it a shot, it is tiny cocktail, not a shot!
Who does that?! Spring breakers?

Not sure, I first became aware of this some years back when a bartender was making something called "duck farts" said they were shots, and they were in shot glasses, but she was mixing all manner of things in the glass!

Since I have seen other versions of this same shit show

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How about masks and social distancing. If this non science bullshit worked at all, do you think it would have made a difference in the numbers and we'd be over this by now. But, they don't make a difference. It's people submitting to the power of the state. This has nothing to do with health.
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Merchant Seaman wrote:
Sat Apr 17, 2021 7:24 pm
The "please drink responsibly" comments on beer and booze adds, they need to stop trying to please the clench butts, they never will.
Right? "Drink responsibly"? Where's the fun in that?! What does it even mean? There needs to be more specific comments.

"Don't get shitfaced and drive" or "Don't be a stupid drunk ass and drunk dial your ex" would have a better chance in getting a point across of being "responsible" while drunk.

You look down at the booze bottle and see the message and think "Shit. Yeah I better not call her...that would be stupid".
But you look down and see "Drink responsibly" and be confused like, "What does that mean? Don't let the booze go to waste?!" "Use the handrail when walking down the stairs wasted?" "Make sure my kids are in bed before I get completely inebriated?" It's too vague. Drunkards ain't gonna think about "responsibility" in general. We need specifics.
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whatr about think when you drink. remember that from the bud commercials

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Artful Drunktective wrote:
Mon Apr 19, 2021 1:25 am
Merchant Seaman wrote:
Sat Apr 17, 2021 7:24 pm
The "please drink responsibly" comments on beer and booze adds, they need to stop trying to please the clench butts, they never will.
Right? "Drink responsibly"? Where's the fun in that?! What does it even mean? There needs to be more specific comments.

"Don't get shitfaced and drive" or "Don't be a stupid drunk ass and drunk dial your ex" would have a better chance in getting a point across of being "responsible" while drunk.

You look down at the booze bottle and see the message and think "Shit. Yeah I better not call her...that would be stupid".
But you look down and see "Drink responsibly" and be confused like, "What does that mean? Don't let the booze go to waste?!" "Use the handrail when walking down the stairs wasted?" "Make sure my kids are in bed before I get completely inebriated?" It's too vague. Drunkards ain't gonna think about "responsibility" in general. We need specifics.
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Hugh wrote:
Mon Apr 19, 2021 1:36 am
whatr about think when you drink. remember that from the bud commercials
I think about a lot of things while I drink, some along the lines of, I think I'll have another drink, some more philosophical, but as long as I'm awake I'm thinking, though sometimes I might be thinking up bad ideas, but then bad decisions make for great stories.

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