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Why Oh Why

Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by baabaa, May 10, 2003.

  1. baabaa

    baabaa Active member

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    I am sitting here after an evening on the nectar.

    Me and me friend are trying to calculate how much ale we have consumed.

    We know 1 pint is 568ml or empty glass but why do they sell cans in 440ml sizes, is it so to confuzz us beer peops into avin more than wez thinks, ccos, fink im ther already

    for the r ecord we av 30 tins betweene us so, 30x440 = 13020 ml = 13 l apoprox

    Good n iggh t!!!
     
  2. zimmbous

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    lol maybea you should get some rest
     
  3. baabaa

    baabaa Active member

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    Oh dear, feeling very ill, and very red faced.

    apologies for this small outburst.

    LOL though cos we counted up the empties and there was only 22, don't where the rest came from.

    Day of rest and time to reflect I think!!!!!!!
     
  4. Prisoner

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    Sounds like the famous Hot dog to hot dog bun ratio.
    The companies do it so you buy more or buy a keg. I am surprised you get 440mL cans, up and over to the left of you (Canada) were still get 355mL cans. But that only if drink beer in cans, why would anyone want to do that. Only thing good in a can is Guinness and Kilkenny. But that's comining from a person that only really drinks Bushmills Irish Wiskey. I honestly don't like beer.
     
  5. T2K

    T2K Guest

    beer is nothing without a good beer bong :p
     
  6. thargor

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    Ah, number 6, meet you on the chess lawn for a Bushmills 12 yr old if I may. It is rare to meet another Bushmills appreciator.
     
  7. Prisoner

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    Ah Thargor
    Sounds good, will you be bringing the pawns or being the queen's pawn? Good to not only see a bushmills fan, but one who knowns the village.
     

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