The Thread about Nothing....

Discussion in 'Australia and New Zealand' started by Hitchy, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Albert 50

    Albert 50 New Member

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    There is at least one of them working at Wyong horsepiddle.
     


  2. timmothyoborne

    timmothyoborne New Member

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    What the hell is VB doing in there and why isn't cooper's pale in there??? Pity my favorite beer didn't make the list- I'm a fan of some of those trappist beers from Belgium that knock you off your feet after one or two bottles. Failing that (it is expensive stuff) I like Toohey's Extra Dry and Stella Artois and Coopers pale or sparkling.
     
  3. matagi

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    I'm not a beer drinker but I would have thought that any list which has Tooheys Extra Dry as number one cannot be taken seriously.

    I'm just waiting for the howls of outrage from Thylo when he spots the fact that Weihenstephaner Kristall rated 14th - beaten by Tooheys Old! :eek: :eek:
     
  4. jock.c

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    BWAHAHAHAHAAA. TED is less a beer and more bubbly water with alcohol and a sugary taste. No wonder I prefer it over all other beers :)
     
  5. hdtvkss

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    haha, i managed to score a free sixer of TED the other day... not up to scratch of coopers pale, but it was free :D
     
  6. stevebaby

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    Too expensive.
    I usually just put their stuff out on the footpath and slip down the pub till they take the hint.
     
  7. Gusboh

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    ... *Gus is about to pull a Crazy John*
     
  8. 531Aussie

    531Aussie Well-Known Member

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    boom boom! Reminds me of one of Classic's gags:

    I asked a hooker if she's ever been picked up by the fuzz. She said no, but she's been swung around by the boobs a few times
     
  9. classic1

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    Jebus, that joke has mould and cobwebs on it. I'll have to brush up the repertoire.
     
  10. cyclist2

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    a chick was so uggly, when the dog hummped her leg, the dog had to shut its eys
     
  11. 531Aussie

    531Aussie Well-Known Member

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    HA!

    ...or one of Rodney Dangerfield's:


    his wife was so fat that after sex, he had to roll over 3 times to
    get off her
     
  12. matagi

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    The Cascade brewery in Tassie has just won the contract to brew Kronenborg 1664 - how intriguing.
     
  13. classic1

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    I feel like insulting all of southern Tassie. I reckon Cascade is overrated, watery, near tasteless except that its over-hopped with a hint of cats piss. The only cool thing about it is the logo and the bottle.

    There, I said it. Cascade can go and fark right off. Boags Premium pwns Cascade.
     
  14. Gusboh

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    *Cough* Try a Pilsner Urquell *Cough*
     
  15. classic1

    classic1 Well-Known Member

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    No. If I cant pronounce it I aint drinkin it.
     
  16. Gusboh

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    Ok, Knapstein reserve lager.
     
  17. classic1

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    Not sure. Is that a silent 'k' or not?
     
  18. matagi

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    Silent 'K' - you can tell the guy's a winemaker, the beer has a very fuity nose, quite tropical with lots of passionfruit. No idea what it tastes like though. :p
     
  19. jock.c

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    if it has even a hint of passionfruit then it tastes like shit
     
  20. jock.c

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    Tim Knappstein used to make a sublime tawny port (and a white port as well) that came in a square bottle. Best port in the land in the late 80's, suddenly disappeared from the shelves. Very sad, especially seeing as I've run out :eek:
     
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