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And other obvious reasons.
Butterfaces...you`re joking right? Hell, I`m straight-but...
I bet after 2 liters of beer in a hot tent you would be look a lot more sticky and greasy as this girls. ;)
Sorry for the lecture, but I don`t want the young people to make the same mistakes I did.
--I`ve tried plenty. I don`t like the taste of alcohol at all. It`s not appealing.
Indeed. Even one of the smaller towns I`ve lived in over there, Dorndiel, with a population of no more than 500, had a small fest including a carousel. As I remember, they closed down Main street.
ParasyT, you`re missing the point entirely, kid.
You just haven`t had the right one yet.
Clearly you`ve never been to Germany....
The big one is in Munich (or München), but I`ve definitely been to an Oktoberfest celebration in Berlin, I`m pretty sure they celebrate it in other cities than Munich too. I didn`t go for Oktoberfest, I just happened to be there at the time.
The most important part, as you`ve indicated, is to just have fun and try a wide new range of experiences. And I`ve found I can have much more fun with some good and sometimes strange beers, rather than getting wasted on swill.
lol...nah, you the man! As for me, I cannot hold my beer (I can finish maybe a fourth of a stein) and my German friends call me a "typical American" in that aspect! I go to Oktoberfest to dance in my dirndl and meet tons of new people!
I`m not your average American beer drinker. An awesome beer bar is a next door to my apartment and I`ve tried some of the great beers around the world there.
2 of my favorites have been St. Bernardus Abt 12 - A short description
And Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout - Old Rasputin
Not trying to brag, but you did challenge my beer drinking fortitude :-)
Thanks for the info Chris, and those aren`t bad numbers at all. What are the typical styles? Bock, lager, dunkel, all of the above? I have a wide range that I like, but my favorites have the strongest kicks; barleywines and Imperial stouts fall nicely around 9 - 11%. But there are also days where its nice to have a beer that doesn`t have the mouthfeel of motor oil.
What, then, *is* attractive, you utter American?
But a lot of these beers look a bit light. Not American Macro-brew light, but not the styles that I really enjoy. Can`t complain too much though, its beer, breasts, and the harvest!
After about a dozen of those 36 oz beers, they become a lot more attractive!
God, my typing is screwed up. I had to delete this post and correct it three times. I left out whole words.
those titties are...every heard of putting a paper bag over their head?
why not? how judgemental.:p
Know how I know he`s gay?He`s staring at her eyes