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a long time ago i thought i hated beer.

then i discovered guiness, and dark beer in general.

i shudder to think where i would be now if i hadn't made that wonderful discovery.

it baffles me that black butte porter is at normal price fifty cents cheaper than corona.

i think i get the better end of the bargain.

i don't think i'm drunk anymore, but i'm still pretty buzzed.

and being drunk does not impair ones ability to be a decent frisbee thrower.

those are my observations for the evening. perhaps i'll have more later if i'm feeling inspired.

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kkatmaxx
Jul. 31st, 2004 01:02 pm (UTC)
luckily, I'm so bad at frisbee throwing that drinking actually makes me better at it. :P

...lol @ DarkBeer
purpleorb
Jul. 31st, 2004 05:30 pm (UTC)
i shudder to think where i would be now if i hadn't made that wonderful discovery.

aaaaamen. we, too, have other black beers in oz, but guinness reigns supreme, without question.
he is also my frieend.
lifeofmendel
Jul. 31st, 2004 10:56 pm (UTC)
guiness is the beer that turned me on to dark beer.

so much flavor, such a great taste with such little bitterness.

after that, there was no turning back. no longer would it be sufficient to drink a pabst or a coors.

thank goodness.
purpleorb
Aug. 1st, 2004 02:18 am (UTC)
*drinking one right now*

once again, amen brother.

i haven't tried either of those beers, but considering your appreciative stance on guinness, i will take it that they're awful, and jeer if i see anyone drinking them in a pub.
desertlotus
Aug. 4th, 2004 01:52 pm (UTC)
i think you may have just explained the popularity of disc golf.
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