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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by arewhyehen » Sat Jul 07, 2018 4:35 pm

candycaneboy03 wrote:Boy howdy, we just all turned into some sober ass, boring old men didn't we?

Quick, who has a bourbon stash I can raid?
I saw this thread get bumped and instantly knew it would be you. hahaha. I haven't been drunk as much as I used to...but when I do get drunk now, I give it my all. I wake up with more regrets than ever.

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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by chaptertwentyone » Sat Jul 07, 2018 7:54 pm

I should drink more.
I should drink less.
“I’M GONNA KILL MY BROTHER JACK
I’M GONNA KILL MY BROTHER JACK
I’M GONNA STAB HIM RIGHT IN THE BACK
PUT HIM IN THIS HOLE
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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by candycaneboy03 » Sat Jul 07, 2018 8:27 pm

arewhyehen wrote:
candycaneboy03 wrote:Boy howdy, we just all turned into some sober ass, boring old men didn't we?

Quick, who has a bourbon stash I can raid?
I saw this thread get bumped and instantly knew it would be you. hahaha. I haven't been drunk as much as I used to...but when I do get drunk now, I give it my all. I wake up with more regrets than ever.
Haha....I think I've gone the more "balanced" route of just drinking often and casually that I never REALLY get drunk drunk. Although when I do, it's like visiting an old friend.

Ahhhhh the regrets......wait what am I talking about, I don't really ever do anything erratic or mischievous...I'm as vanilla as they come....

On a related note....I somewhat collect bourbon now.....chasing certain ones down in is fun and frustrating. This is a relatively recent picture of my stash so far. With most of it dwindling down ever so slowly. I'm not even sure how I started with bourbon, but man it's been a train that never stopped.

and on another semi related note, i've also started collecting Funko pops.....god help me. I think i need a drink.

chaptertwentyone wrote:I should drink more.
I should drink less.
Amen!
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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by arewhyehen » Sun Jul 08, 2018 3:14 am

I’m watching nascar in Daytona and getting drunk

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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by chaptertwentyone » Sun Jul 08, 2018 3:33 pm

In a few weeks once I’m all settled and have a chance to unbox and set up my turntable, shelves and collection, for the third time in the last year mind you, I plan to sit down with a nice bottle of red and spin records until I forget all about small sized u-haul boxes, packaging tape and the arduous labor of walking five hundred pounds of wax up and down two flights of stairs in and out respectively.
“I’M GONNA KILL MY BROTHER JACK
I’M GONNA KILL MY BROTHER JACK
I’M GONNA STAB HIM RIGHT IN THE BACK
PUT HIM IN THIS HOLE
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‘MEMBER THAT?”

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Post by anonymousbrunette » Mon Jul 09, 2018 5:55 pm

candycaneboy03 wrote: On a related note....I somewhat collect bourbon now.....chasing certain ones down in is fun and frustrating. This is a relatively recent picture of my stash so far. With most of it dwindling down ever so slowly. I'm not even sure how I started with bourbon, but man it's been a train that never stopped.
That is a damn fine collection of bourbons. I tour Bardstown in a couple weeks. I like the Balvenie photobomb. Bravo there.
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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by candycaneboy03 » Fri Mar 27, 2020 6:46 pm

So what the hell we drinking these days?!?!

Don't start with that sobriety has become me hooplah!!!

Not but in all honesty, hope you're well and staying safe....blessed with all the hooch your hearts desire
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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by jamesmonzon1 » Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:42 pm

This was going to be a simple check-in-I haven't really posted in the past 3 years...sorry 'bout that.
How's everyone doing?
I'm about 3 Prairie's in (TX Bomb,Okie,Fudge), so I'm definitely about to be feeling it soon.
Man these times are shit. But at least I've got my beer cellar to work on. Can you insure beer? I'm pretty sure at this point I've surpassed my record valuation in beer/spirits. Or is it's valuation to "liquid"... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by Stl_ben » Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:49 pm

Oh yeah speaking of expensive beers. I can for sure trade my beers for your records. Anyone is after some Side Project or Perennial beers you know where to find me.
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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by jamesmonzon1 » Tue Jan 05, 2021 11:00 pm

Stl_ben wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:49 pm
Oh yeah speaking of expensive beers. I can for sure trade my beers for your records. Anyone is after some Side Project or Perennial beers you know where to find me.
Are you trying to take advantage of my less than soberness??? :lol:
Was Inevit all that it is cracked up to be?
A couple bottles would look awesome next to my SPON Section...
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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by Stl_ben » Tue Jan 05, 2021 11:02 pm

jamesmonzon1 wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 11:00 pm
Stl_ben wrote:
Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:49 pm
Oh yeah speaking of expensive beers. I can for sure trade my beers for your records. Anyone is after some Side Project or Perennial beers you know where to find me.
Are you trying to take advantage of my less than soberness??? :lol:
Was Inevit all that it is cracked up to be?
A couple bottles would look awesome next to my SPON Section...
I don't drink so I don't know.....I just know both breweries are within 10 minutes of my house and I have got some crazy trades over the years for beers from there.
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Re: Irish I was drunk

Post by jamesmonzon1 » Tue Jan 05, 2021 11:18 pm

Oh yes, believe the hype. My top 5 in the country include them.
Beer is more finicky than wine. Since it's under pressure, even a Coravin can't save you time.
Unless, it's a 12%+ beer, your looking at a maybe 10 yr life span.
Even then it's a crap shoot until you open and drink the dammned thing.
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