Fuel Efficiency

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by paratus, Sep 23, 2008.

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  1. A recent study conducted by Aberdeen University found that the average Scotsman walks about 900 miles a year.

    Another study by the Scottish Medical Association found that Scotsmen drink, on average, 22 gallons of alcohol a year.

























    This means, on average, Scotsmen get about 41 miles to the gallon.
     
  2. Bit of a long way to go to the job centre aint it.
     
  3. But not to far to the pub. :D
     
  4. Well, we have to have several Pints of 'Heavy' and several Whisky chasers before walking/staggering/crawling/barfing along to the Job Centre to plead for more cash for the 20 kids that I don't have.....

    I had to sell the car to raise some cash to pay off me gambling and Bar Tick bills..... So I needs to go down the Bru to plead for more cash!! 8O :oops:
     

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  5. I walk about 10 miles per week and consume an average of six pints at least four times per week.

    this works out as 3.3 miles per gallon (max)... Is this good or bad?
     
  6. The other night i drank 10 guiness (cans) then a pint of murpheys, red wine mixed with advocat in same glass (dont ever do it!) and just about managed to travel 40 ft upstairs then passed out. Not very good MPG there id say.
     
  7. When they said 22 gallons of alcohol I assume they mean't neat alcohol.