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    Nou praat jy oom Christo!

    Strog 80 is soos nagereg na n ete! Ek geniet hom baie, my rum and raisin roomys
    Hier by ons kry jy nou net Strog 60.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtshark View Post
    You will sleep much better
    I thought thats what sex was for. The rum was for sex in the first place

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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    Try Heineken Zero, much better than Becks
    One must be very careful though.
    Heineken 0.0 has got 0.03% alcohol in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    I thought thats what sex was for. The rum was for sex in the first place

    Yes, it makes you look more attractive

    Anyway, I donít trust someone who doesnít drink
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nys View Post
    Yes, it makes you look more attractive

    Anyway, I don’t trust someone who doesn’t drink
    Could be something to that, hmmmmmm.

    I was attractive to maybe 0.00000000000000001% of the female population, then I grew a beard and oddly enough, 50% now, either dont like me and 50% do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nys View Post

    Anyway, I donít trust someone who doesnít drink
    Nys I had a good laugh now. You sounds like a friend of mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris8d View Post
    Nou praat jy oom Christo!

    Strog 80 is soos nagereg na n ete! Ek geniet hom baie, my rum and raisin roomys
    Hier by ons kry jy nou net Strog 60.
    You don`t get 80 around here as well. Still have a Stroh 80 left. Just keep it for good old memories.
    Men have become too soft for 80
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    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    Could be something to that, hmmmmmm.

    I was attractive to maybe 0.00000000000000001% of the female population, then I grew a beard and oddly enough, 50% now, either dont like me and 50% do.
    It's the Viking look! Secretly every woman wants to be treated like a viking woman.... Husband away 3 months at a time, raiding. When he returns, party for a week or 2....(I'm trying to keep it PG18)....

    Now, let's see what excitement that statement causes!

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    Stroh 80 was discontinued years ago.

    Medical studies found that regular drinkers of straight neat Stroh 80 were developing necrosis of the mouth and throat.

    The 80% alcohol was killing the cells. This lead to cancer in some cases.

    Hence the reduction to 60%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2.8i rocks View Post
    I'd rather have a chilli enema than give up Lagavulin, Laphroaig or pretty much any Islay Whisky, life's just to damn short not to enjoy the finer things it has to offer.
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    So I am no stranger to alcohol and do my fair share to prop up the fiscus through the taxes I pay on my beverages.

    I have been sans alcohol for 3 weeks and it bothers me not, I actually thought it would. I suppose winter is easier as summer really speaks to beer consumption. So my observations from groups I am on, the quantity of posts relating to alcohol vs. other topics. My take is that the lack of alcohol bothers more people than I would have thought. Many of my mates who could "stop drinking tomorrow" clearly cannot and went to great lengths to get their fix, either by paying exorbitant prices and or brewing up their own.

    I knew as a society that we consumed lots of alcohol (tied 19th in the world according to the WHO) I just never realised how important it appears to be to many people.
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