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I haven't had a beer all minute... :icon_cheers:
For someone like yourself Nath it may be hard to believe, but its true, I had a sampling session yesterday at lunch...3 stubbies and didnt drink all of each bottle...had the wobbly boot for about an hour afterwards....admitedly they were all well over 5% but still probably only drank 2 full stubbies...EDIT: when someone says they drink 1-2 a night but have 3 or so days off beer and they get 'buzzed' by that quantity, i find that hard to believe. Opening a can of worms i know, but thats my opinion.
In the same way that those that say that, also probably find it impossible to believe that big guys like me can honestly put away large amounts of beer without getting buzzed. Sometimes those people arent trying to be macho, they are teling the truth. I am deliberately leaving 'other' health problems generated by over consumption out of this.
Yeh mate I do when its pissing down with rain here like it has all day today. My hats off to you working the cray boats. Dont think I could handle that. I drove road trains for a few years and that was bad enough but at least I was on land.:icon_offtopic: Been in Gero for nearly 13 yrs after living in the land of clog for 9 yrs. Give me Gero anyday..... The craypots are going in tomorrow if I pull up OK from tonight. Broome time - do you miss it?
Sammus, your a fucking weakling... :icon_cheers:less than one for me, so I put one.
last time this came up I got hounded for being a weakling by what seemed like the whole forum because I mentioned that I thought knocking back 6 longnecks a night was a tad more than what's probably healthy.
I agree - working the cray boats is real work ..... definately not for me mate. Just throwing the pots in with the young bloke (he's worth 2 pots, 4 in total) ......Yeh mate I do when its pissing down with rain here like it has all day today. My hats off to you working the cray boats. Dont think I could handle that. I drove road trains for a few years and that was bad enough but at least I was on land.