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A day later than planned but here!  Got the girlfriend's mate here, genuine quote "I watched Chernobyl on Sky Atlantic and I am convinced that this is why my friend has cancer, 100 million percent!" 

There may not be enough alcohol in the world to get me through tonight!

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1 hour ago, MacabreEternal said:

A day later than planned but here!  Got the girlfriend's mate here, genuine quote "I watched Chernobyl on Sky Atlantic and I am convinced that this is why my friend has cancer, 100 million percent!" 

There may not be enough alcohol in the world to get me through tonight!

He's got a point, 100 million percent of nearly anything would probably give somebody cancer.

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On 6/28/2019 at 9:12 AM, RelentlessOblivion said:

Well that's the joy of parenting I guess? Wow do I not envy you mate.

There are a lot of great things about parenting, but good sleep and graceful hangover recovery aren't among them.

On 6/28/2019 at 9:13 AM, Requiem said:

That’s not a good kind of drunk, but unfortunately one I’ve had before, albeit with daughters of infernal spite and spirit rather than a son. 

I couldn't handle another, boy or girl... spite and spirit indeed. The child takes pleasure in tormenting us. Good kid though.

3 minutes ago, MacabreEternal said:

Can't argue with science!

Best not to even try.

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57 minutes ago, FatherAlabaster said:

He's got a point, 100 million percent of nearly anything would probably give somebody cancer.

36 minutes ago, MacabreEternal said:

Can't argue with science!

Or statistics.

I woke up hung over, and am now drunk again. Go me.

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On 6/29/2019 at 6:07 PM, MacabreEternal said:

I was very reserved last night. After planning to end my lack of inclusion in this thread I had 2 Lager shandies and a pint of water and was in bed by 10.

Last time I heard of a shandy being ordered it was by my mother in 1989. That’s a general estimate, I didn’t note the exact date. I think we should bring the shandy back. Beer and lemonade right? Delicious. 

I’m imbibing a bolloxing battalion of beerish beverages betwixt bouts of bitter black metal. Exclusively. 

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4 hours ago, Requiem said:

Last time I heard of a shandy being ordered it was by my mother in 1989. That’s a general estimate, I didn’t note the exact date. I think we should bring the shandy back. Beer and lemonade right? Delicious. 

I’m imbibing a bolloxing battalion of beerish beverages betwixt bouts of bitter black metal. Exclusively. 

I've seen a few different brewers over here putting out shandies (or radlers) lately. More this season than I can recall from years past. I might enjoy one every so often as a refresher after being out in the sun, but they're too sugary for me as a general thing.

Once again I find myself loopy on caffeine and lack of sleep... This is turning into a habit.

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3 hours ago, RelentlessOblivion said:

Sooooo apparently when I get proper drunk I start singing nineties pop songs. My first question is how the fuck does drunk me know songs sober me hasn't heard in twenty years?

I can remember the lyrics to pretty much everything, ever. Can recall very few details of my actual life, though.

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Come the fuck at me BITCHES , hashtag “this is that day for it” hostage enjoy your freedom, hashtag nearly drunk at nearly three pm dot commercial. Fucking dot comertial dot com. Now I’m pretty much ready to satart partying Merica style. 

 

If if you ain’t than we will get to your ass in a minute for sure. 

 

In in the final analysis real deal of it though, across the board , I advise you get down to business of being free, as free as you can be.  just because it rhymes doesn’t meant it’s not the the way to go.

 

with love to all and not all that done in as I might seem, Gorbogorboze wishes to u well.

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On 7/1/2019 at 12:41 AM, FatherAlabaster said:

I've seen a few different brewers over here putting out shandies (or radlers) lately. More this season than I can recall from years past. I might enjoy one every so often as a refresher after being out in the sun, but they're too sugary for me as a general thing.

Once again I find myself loopy on caffeine and lack of sleep... This is turning into a habit.

Next time I’m at the pub I’ll order a “radler” and see what happens. I hope I don’t get a shandy...

 

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58 minutes ago, Requiem said:

Next time I’m at the pub I’ll order a “radler” and see what happens. I hope I don’t get a shandy...

 

It wouldn't be that badler if that's all they had handy.

Being severely drunk at the moment, I wish for sleep. Days of sleep, hours of peace, moments of silence. Take it away, life!

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I’m currently at my parents’ country estate where my eccentric father for some reason now only allows a small glass of red wine with dinner despite a healthy wine collection. 

It appears that he is now hoarding it, eternally suspicious of outsiders taking it from him. His paranoia and reclusiveness grows. 

My mother is the modern equivalent of Lady Macbeth, wandering around hallucinating. I suspect her of at least one murder in the past.

This place is too weird even for my nefarious self. Leaving on Sunday until the next six month visit. Many beers shall be had, if I survive until then...

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I've done pretty well today - left work at three, had five social pints, and thanks to my dog (needing to get home to feed her) I should wake up feeling fine. Unless I hit the JD now of course 😶

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1 hour ago, MaxFaust said:

I'm having a beer. IPA. But you can't get drunk on beer. Not for real.

I beg to differ! Still don't have my head on straight from yesterday.

35 minutes ago, Thrashman said:

I've done pretty well today - left work at three, had five social pints, and thanks to my dog (needing to get home to feed her) I should wake up feeling fine. Unless I hit the JD now of course 😶

That seems unwise, but think about all the great drunk posts you'd have to offer.

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16 minutes ago, FatherAlabaster said:

That seems unwise, but think about all the great drunk posts you'd have to offer.

Standard procedure these days really - wake up hung over, and think "what did I post on MetalForum last night?" There was a time when there were actual proper things to regret, though, so I guess it's an improvement. Have managed to resist the lure of more booze so far, anyway... am binge-eating cookies instead.

1 hour ago, MaxFaust said:

But you can't get drunk on beer. Not for real.

16 minutes ago, FatherAlabaster said:

I beg to differ!

Yeah, you most definitely can. Don't make me prove it.

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8 hours ago, MaxFaust said:

I'm having a beer. IPA. But you can't get drunk on beer. Not for real. Although, given that I hardly ever drink alcohol, it does indeed have a remarkable effect. Very trippy. 

Oh Max, Max, Max, not drinking often is the only reason you could think beer can't get you drunk.

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1 hour ago, RelentlessOblivion said:

not drinking often is the only reason you could think beer can't get you drunk

I can think of at least one other reason: That I have already consumed a sizeable inland lake's worth of beer during my lifetime. The problem with beer is that it contains so much water. What you need to get properly hammered is "white lightning" ... moonshine, home made rocket fuel style liquor. It will get the job done without all the pissing. Fast, cheap and ugly. Like certain thrash and/or black metal bands. 

What I experienced yesterday was undoubtedly "inebriation" at its basic level, which made me a little cheerful and gigglish, but not by any standards drunk (as a skunk). The reason why I hardly ever drink alcohol anymore is that like so many people of my age, I seem to have gotten much more sensitive to the effects of alcohol, both for better and worse. It is the "worse" parts that I wish to avoid. They tend to outweigh the betters. Fortunately, the good lord also gave us cannabis.

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58 minutes ago, MaxFaust said:

I can think of at least one other reason: That I have already consumed a sizeable inland lake's worth of beer during my lifetime. The problem with beer is that it contains so much water. What you need to get properly hammered is "white lightning" ... moonshine, home made rocket fuel style liquor. It will get the job done without all the pissing. Fast, cheap and ugly. Like certain thrash and/or black metal bands. 

What I experienced yesterday was undoubtedly "inebriation" at its basic level, which made me a little cheerful and gigglish, but not by any standards drunk (as a skunk). The reason why I hardly ever drink alcohol anymore is that like so many people of my age, I seem to have gotten much more sensitive to the effects of alcohol, both for better and worse. It is the "worse" parts that I wish to avoid. They tend to outweigh the betters. Fortunately, the good lord also gave us cannabis.

Maybe you just haven't been drinking the right beers? I've been able to regularly get plastered on beer, especially when I go for the Belgian offerings.

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Ok let’s see. 

Definitely tipsy with beer and jack Daniels. Good stuff. The question is how far do I want to push it? Not far. But a little further. 

You can definitely get drunk from beer. I’m living proof. 

Shit the pub’s closing!

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