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Old 15-08-2008, 01:14 PM   #16
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yeah vodka ftw

most beers here are all a little 5% or 4%

i heard you can get wines in china that are 80% i'm sure that'd be pretty deadly....
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Old 15-08-2008, 07:08 PM   #17
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Originally posted by Chirone
yeah vodka ftw

most beers here are all a little 5% or 4%

i heard you can get wines in china that are 80% i'm sure that'd be pretty deadly....
Wine that contain 80% goodness?

Can such wines be actually made? Or would they have to distill it?


Anyways, long live SM!

(I don't like beer too, but everyone else is drinking it so...)
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Old 15-08-2008, 07:27 PM   #18
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Originally posted by The Architect
(I don't like beer too, but everyone else is drinking it so...)
not to be just another Smith but i'm going to ask that lame generic question that someone always has to ask in a situation like this:
"if everyone jump off a cliff to their death would you also do that?!?!?1?!"

...the 1 was intentional...
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Originally posted by Chirone
not to be just another Smith but i'm going to ask that lame generic question that someone always has to ask in a situation like this:
"if everyone jump off a cliff to their death would you also do that?!?!?1?!"

...the 1 was intentional...
A hypothetical situation:

1. Enter bar where everyone is drinking beer
2. Sit down between two Duke Nukem-like blokes
3. Say to the bar tender, "I'll have an absinthe thanks."
4. Look straight away as the bartender stares at you, still wiping a glass with a cloth
5. Pretend that everyone is still drinking and all is normal, even though the entire bar is silent
6. Ignore the scorching heat from the gazes of everyone in the bar
7. Especially the two Duke Nukem-like blokes next to you
8. ???
9. EPIC FAIL!


When in Rome, do what the Romans do... put lead sugar into your wine... play a merry tune on your lyre while your house is burning... :p
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there are times when you should blend in, and times when you should paint yourself yellow....

there are also times when you should say to the Duke Nukem-like blokes "tch, beer? real men drink this s***" and gulp down turps
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Originally posted by The Architect
Wine that contain 80% goodness?

Can such wines be actually made? Or would they have to distill it?

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It would be distilled as the yeast would die after the alcohol content reaches about 12-16%, so technically it would be a spirit.
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Originally posted by gster123
It would be distilled as the yeast would die after the alcohol content reaches about 12-16%, so technically it would be a spirit.
Thats what I thought... it wouldn't be wine if has 80% goodness. Thanks for clarifying.
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beer pwns all all i drink is beer and absolut vodka

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