Plumbing the Depths...

#1
From Associated Press: Oslo

" It almost seemed like a miracle to Haldis Gundersen when she turned on her kitchen faucet on the weekend and found the water had turned to beer.
Two flights down, employees and customers at the Big Tower Bar were horrified when water poured out of the beer taps.
By an improbable feat of clumsy plumbing, someone at the bar in Kristiandsund, western Norway, had accidentally hooked the beer hoses to the water pipes."

My bet is on Haldis' husband who, after living with her for years finally broke and needed to be in a constant state of inebriation to get through the marriage. On thev other hand isn't there something about beer being good as a ' shampoo' for hair, making it manageable, full and shiny?
 
#2
Rocketeer said:
From Associated Press: Oslo

" It almost seemed like a miracle to Haldis Gundersen when she turned on her kitchen faucet on the weekend and found the water had turned to beer.
Two flights down, employees and customers at the Big Tower Bar were horrified when water poured out of the beer taps.
By an improbable feat of clumsy plumbing, someone at the bar in Kristiandsund, western Norway, had accidentally hooked the beer hoses to the water pipes."

My bet is on Haldis' husband who, after living with her for years finally broke and needed to be in a constant state of inebriation to get through the marriage. On thev other hand isn't there something about beer being good as a ' shampoo' for hair, making it manageable, full and shiny?[/quote]


No mate, that's sp*nk. Allegedly.
 

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