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Guinness

Motivation to stay at the office working late is inversely proportional to the amount of Guinness that makes its way from the office mini-fridge into one’s mug.

    TAGS:  work, beer, Guinness


Oh… St Patricks Day is one of the *best* days of the year… often commencing with a hearty Irish brekky ... somewhere, followed by much indulgence in Guinness and the joyous, well, some may debate this description, sounds of bagpipes and participation or viewing of Irish Dancing.

    TAGS:  Guinness, Irish, St. Patrick's Day


Happiness :: 'mouse

“I really shouldn’t be this happy,” Ron said to his best friend as they strolled contentedly through the park toward the bar where they liked to drink Guinness on Friday afternoons, “my wife is older, my whiskey comes in plastic bottles, I barely have beer money, and my horse… well, it’s a minivan and not fast at all.”

    TAGS:  beer, happiness, Guinness


beer trap :: boot

She knew she had her latest victim convert when, on uttering the word Guinness, the woman’s eyes sparkled in lusty anticipation.

    TAGS:  beer, frivolous, Guinness, lusty


Where’s a Guinness-swilling mate when you need one?

    TAGS:  beer, Guinness


Food of the Gods :: 'mouse

I was looking in the office fridge for an afternoon snack; Guinness will do nicely.

    TAGS:  food, beer, Guinness, snacks


Oh, gravity :: You can call me, 'Sir'

There was a time when I could drink Guinness in endless quantities, as if they were been fed to me via conveyor belt and my liver cried out, ‘HAVE AT YOU’ at each successive pint, but last night proved that those heady days of carefree consumption are over, that either age or lack of practice has relegated me to mere mortality in the realm of Guinness consumption, and that sometimes gravity is fickle with its love, proclaiming sneakily, ‘Have you met the Earth, because it’s just right here and I think you two should meet’.

    TAGS:  aging, gravity, Guinness


 

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