Friday - feck it or stick to the rules?

#1
Ok, it is now about half-four on friday afternoon. A little numbskull in the Brain is stirring and has suggested a glass of orange juice. A more senior numbskull has told him he is a poof and suggested gin...The problem is, it isn't 1800 hours and therefore what should I do? Obey which of the littl people operating the levers in my head? Or follow SOPs.

A compromise might be gin and orange?

Any suggestions...a cold beer could be good but FFS, it is not 1800 hours...aagh! :wink:
 
#2
how about an irish coffee
 
#4
its now gone 1620 and i'v just finished my fourth can of guinness.

its a bank holiday weekend man! FFS! i'm planning on being legless and thrown out of the club before midnight,

nothing excedes like excess, drink up!
 
#5
Mr_Deputy said:
i had an ice cold beer at lunch and read Chickenhawk by Robert Mason surrounded by school-leaver gals in stockings and suspenders etc. who were in the pub to celebrate. i may well go back later on as well for another one.
Did Robert Mason write a sequel then?? :D

Gaz - yes, I know where this one is going. I'm just trying to deny my inner dipsomaniac...why I don't know because they have never let me down...
 
#6



Go on big boy, you know you want to!
 
#7
Well, the sun has set over the yardarm at Schloss msr, so crack on.

msr
 
#8
Cuddles' willpower was declared life extinct at 16:32 hrs, 23rd May 2008. Preliminary coroner's reports indicate the cause of death was an ice-cold Bitburger. Apparently witnesses reported hearing a crack, as of a giant Kit-Kat reaching its breaking strain limitation...
 
#9
Cuddles said:
Cuddles' willpower was declared life extinct at 16:32 hrs, 23rd May 2008. Preliminary coroner's reports indicate the cause of death was an ice-cold Bitburger. Apparently witnesses reported hearing a crack, as of a giant Kit-Kat reaching its breaking strain limitation...


More like a soggy crisp!
I think you'd better have a chaser with that Bitburger...........

........Apfelkorn anyone!
 
#10
God that was cold and yet it seems to have evaporated...I think this could be a messy weekend. If anyone spots a larger than average pilot whale frolicking in surf off Sidmouth, don't FFS harpoon it, it will probably be me!
 

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#11
Followed by a fsssshhhhh as the Co2 escaped from the bubbles frothing to the surface of the liquid . . .
 
#12
Gaz3447 said:
Is that Gaelic in your sig? You know what to do...
Cuddles

Does that mean "remember the people who came before you" ? In Scots Gaelic?

Well did those who came before you feck off to the pub early on Fridays?

(dredging up vague memories of the Irish Gaelic which they tried to beat into me over two to three decades ago - never got much beyond the level of 'si sios, dun do bheal agus pog mo thon' and that's probably wrong :) )
 
#14
Yes, I am back in the groove...second Bitburger down and thanks to murphyslaw, a small shot (well big shot actually) of korn, fresh from the chiller has joined them.

You are all my best mates, you bastids and I love you all but if you went out with my sister I would have to kill you! c'me here and give us a big kiss...oh fcuk...
 
#15
a thread that starts off with such a gay question deserves linking to this Queer Beer

Queer Beer launched for gays

A trio of Swiss businessmen have launched a new drink for gay people called Queer Beer.

Michael Hutmacher, 32, came up with the idea with two friends and has now founded a company, Lemonhead, to market it.

He said: "My business partner, who is gay, and I were talking about how to corner the homosexual market and came up with the idea for a drink aimed specifically at gay men and women.

"It really was just a crazy idea at first, but we've now come up with a product."

Hutmacher, from Zug. added: "Our beer is a humorous attempt to identify with the gay scene and we hope it will help people to feel relaxed with their sexuality and not hide away."

And he added despite its provocative name the lager wasn't just aimed at homosexuals but also straight people.

Moel Volken, from gay rights organisation Pink Cross, said the beer was an excellent idea.

"I'm happy to see that homosexuals are being taken seriously as consumers. I just hope that the beer tastes good," he said.

it could be the only gay in the fridge.
 
#16
Don't forget the beer for heterosexuals...Argentina's very own Quilmes (pronounced exactly how you would want it to be).

We drunkenly came up with some great catchphrases, e.g.

"Like beer? Love Quilmes!"

"Carlsberg don't make generic Latin American pilsner beer but if they did, it would taste like Quilmes!"

and to paraphrase Springfield's own fine brew's slogan

"Can't get enough of that lovely Quilmes"...

Beer, so much more than just a breakfast drink...
 
#17
By the way cuddles....it's your round. I think you'd better sell something valuable.

£40 beer
 
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