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    Quote Originally Posted by skib View Post
    Those brain diagrams almost made me pee myself.
    Ah, you know what they say, inside every stereotype lies a prototype...



    Quote Originally Posted by skib View Post
    I wouldn't know much about the Berlin wall- that was WAY before my time.
    Ouch, you must be a young 'un.

    Are you old enough to drink beer? (That's not compulsory, by the way - I'd expect that most people here have a good attitude towards drinking.)
    Go to work, get married, have some kids, pay your taxes, pay your bills, watch your tv, follow fashion, act normal, obey the law and repeat after me: "I am free."

    Anon

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    I'm no bloke, but I couldn't resist a bit of a british remark concerning american beer; in the words of eminent Monty Python,

    American beer is like making love in a canoe.
    It's f******* close to water.

    Oh, and since this is a forum about great thinkers, and this is a thread about alcohol, this second contribution is in order:

    Immanuel Kant was a real pissant
    Who was very rarely stable
    Heidegger, Heidegger was a boozy beggar
    Who could take you under the table
    David Hume could out-consume
    Schopenhauer and Hegel
    And Wittgenstein was a beery swine
    Who was just as sloshed as Schlegel
    There's nothing Nietszche couldn't teach ya
    'Bout the raising of the wrist
    Socrates himself was permanently pissed
    John Stuart Mill of his own free will
    On half a pint of shandy was particularly ill
    Plato they say could stick it away
    Half a crate of whiskey every day
    Aristotle, Aristotle was a bugger for the bottle
    Hobbes was fond of his Dram
    And Rene Descartes was a drunken fart
    "I drink, therefore I am !"
    Yes Socrates himself is particularly missed
    A lovely little thinker
    But a bugger when he's pissed.
    That's it for me, I'll go away now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chava View Post
    I'm no bloke, but I couldn't resist a bit of a british remark concerning american beer; in the words of eminent Monty Python,
    That's still true!

    But if you're not a bloke, what are you doing in the men's thread?

    Jeez, if ever there needed to be an example of why males need a place away from females, this thread is surely it! Can't go two posts without some interfering woman sticking her beak in.

    I'm warning you - I will bring beer into the girlie thread if this continues. This is the War of the Sexes at the front line!



    Quote Originally Posted by Chava View Post
    That's it for me, I'll go away now
    Don't let that url hit you in the rear on the way!
    Go to work, get married, have some kids, pay your taxes, pay your bills, watch your tv, follow fashion, act normal, obey the law and repeat after me: "I am free."

    Anon

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Atheist View Post
    I'm warning you - I will bring beer into the girlie thread if this continues.
    Please do, I'd rather have a good dark Belgien ale, then a mug of tea. You can't intimidate me at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil View Post
    What's my excuse?
    Retarded development or you have been lying about your age.

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    Are we allowed to talk about kids in a Real Blokes thread?

    I think it's probably ok as long as you stick to describing how awful they are, how much you'd like to strangle them on occasions and how much you think you could sell your family for on ebay.

    No "My little princess is so wonderful, she can count to a million and she's only 9 months old...." stuff, ok? Leave that for that coffee thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chava View Post
    Please do, I'd rather have a good dark Belgien ale, then a mug of tea. You can't intimidate me at all.
    Haha! I certainly can:

    Quote Originally Posted by The Comedian View Post
    I hope this is the right thread for this little tidbit: but I just stepped outside my house, walked across the yard, took a few steps into the woods, and peed. And you know what I felt when the experience was over? PRIDE.
    Beat that!

    You know you can't. Just face it - men rule.

    (And if in doubt, check here )

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Bean View Post
    Retarded development or you have been lying about your age.
    Yikes! I must be in trouble then, and my 80-year old mate reckons his brain still works the same way, so he's in even bigger trouble.
    Go to work, get married, have some kids, pay your taxes, pay your bills, watch your tv, follow fashion, act normal, obey the law and repeat after me: "I am free."

    Anon

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Atheist View Post
    Haha! I certainly can
    No, that isn't the least bit scary. Back in the days of the rainforest, we didn't even have toilet paper, we had leaves. You're going to have to try harder.

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    If we ABSOLUTELY must bring age into it, legally, no, I'm 19, but since when has that stopped anybody?

    And on the topic of kids! I hate kids. Kids are crawling/climbing nightmares. Every time a kid screams at a restaurant or in a store, I cringe, and whoever I am with says, "You were just like that once," I can say, "No, I wasn't. My 'rents whacked me every time I made a scene in public!" Needless to say, I didn't make scenes in public.

    When one of my cousins was very little (around five or six) we were visiting the new house, and he just walked up behind me and bit me right square on the ***. No warning, just CHOMP! I've hated kids ever since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skib View Post
    I wouldn't know much about the Berlin wall- that was WAY before my time.
    For those of us who had to go through it, you don't know how lucky you are.

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    Must have been pretty bad then? (please pardon my historical ignorance- I have a hard enough time analyzing the present!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by skib View Post
    Must have been pretty bad then? (please pardon my historical ignorance- I have a hard enough time analyzing the present!)
    Could it have something to do with the Jack Daniel's?

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    Possibly in the past, but as of late the adult indulgences have been few and far between. It may also have something to do with the fact that half the time I am in the mountains cut off from the rest of the world. In all likelihood, it is a combination of things.

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    Here is the url for the previous boys-only thread:

    http://www.online-literature.com/for...hlight=allowed
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    "It is not that I am mad; it is only that my head is different from yours.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scheherazade View Post
    Here is the url for the previous boys-only thread:

    http://www.online-literature.com/for...hlight=allowed
    The very first comment in there after it was started was by me and I asked if I could brng beer. Some things never change.
    LET THERE BE LIGHT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virgil View Post
    Some things never change.
    Can never decide whether that is a good thing or not!
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    "It is not that I am mad; it is only that my head is different from yours.”
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