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I Did Drink This Just Last Week.

You Are Guinness

You know beer well, and you'll only drink the best beers in the world.
Watered down beers disgust you, as do the people who drink them.
When you drink, you tend to become a bit of a know it all - especially about subjects you don't know well.
But your friends tolerate your drunken ways, because you introduce them to the best beers around.


It was partially to celebrate St. Patty's Day and what else does one drink during March Madness but beer? I do find it odd I picked Amsterdam, not Dublin and I still got this answer but at least it's a beer I drink. Two years ago now it must have been since she just turned 21 recently, Keira Knightley once said Dublin was the best place to drink Guinness but she was only 19 at the time so she couldn't drink here in America (There's something weird about that but I don't know what.) but that seems perfectly logical to me. American beer, ::sticks finger down throat:: so I'd imagine they'd find ways to screw up the imported.

I suppose I must ask what the hell happened to the UConn men yesterday. I still don't understand how they could have lost. It was an 11 seed for godsakes! My response to my mother when she asked that question was that George Mason just wanted it more. Thank God the women are still alive but Duke will not be an easy task.

I couldn't get ahold of anyone at my temp agency today so I'll have to try again tomorrow. I need to get back to work before I remember what fun and how relaxing staying home can be.

Comments

Anonymous said…
You mean you don't love drinking Budweiser?? Here is a link to the place I wanted to take you when you visited: http://www.manateeworld.com/
They should be open when you all come down next month!

~your cousin
Anonymous said…
by the way, KIDDING, about the Budweiser comment!

~your cousin, again
Likestrek said…
Thanks for the link. If that works out, I think it would be fun.

My father compares Bud to sknunk piss. I'm really not sure hiw he knows but I suppose I don't want to!

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