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Nothing screams power quite like being in the fetal position on your bathroom floor with a butt full of coffee.

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5 hours ago, natassja7 said:

the only place for liquids is down your throat.

giggity. 

Now drinking Becks from large cans because: 

a. It reminds me of drinking beer from cans back when I lived in merry olde England and it's just such a pleasant experience. 

b. I had to go to two different stores before I could find these cans. The guy working at the first store, a fairly fancy wine place, couldn't believe it when I asked if they had any cans of Becks or Stella out the back. He nearly called the police. 

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5 hours ago, natassja7 said: the only place for liquids is down your throat.

giggity. 

Now drinking Becks from large cans because: 

a. It reminds me of drinking beer from cans back when I lived in merry olde England and it's just such a pleasant experience. 

b. I had to go to two different stores before I could find these cans. The guy working at the first store, a fairly fancy wine place, couldn't believe it when I asked if they had any cans of Becks or Stella out the back. He nearly called the police. 

Well as that old saying goes "You don't have to be Posh to swallow Becks"....boom boom

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34 minutes ago, True Belief said:

Well as that old saying goes "You don't have to be Posh to swallow Becks"....boom boom

I don't get it... 

By the way, I'm back at home for another short stay. Come over tomorrow night! Party time at Castle Requiem. I'll lower the drawbridge and have the butler send up a case of Balwyn Reserve 1927. 

 

 

 

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