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"i bet i can drink you under the table old man"

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by BEER, Jun 18, 2012.

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  1. BEER

    BEER bad example

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    i don't know how many times i've heard this challenge from young pups.

    i don't know how many times i've made some young pup look like an *** in front of his girlfriend, or in front of hid buddies.

    here's the deal, if you're young and stupid. i've been drinking with a purpose for more years than you've been alive. i just want to sit on my porch and drink until i'm happy and i don't wanna be screwed with. BUT, if you challenge me then i will put you in your place. once you're in your place i will not only polish off whatever i brought but i will also drink whatever you brought.

    there's a reason us old ****ers are not only still around but we're also doing well.

    if you want to just hang out and have a few beers/drinks and be cool then pull up a chair, but if you want to be a jackass and try to take on a drinking contest then by all means let's tie one on and i'll teach you how to deal with a real hangover in the morning.

    i did the exact same thing when i was young and stupid, and i'm pretty sure more than a few of us on this forum did the same thing. were you smart or were you stupid?
     
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    skeeter7 Brass Vulture

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    NeverMore1701 Fear no Evil Platinum Member

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    TBO Why so serious? CLM

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    I always thought that having the ability to out-drink someone is not necessarily something you want to brag about...
     
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    *ASH* FURBANITE

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    the boones farm in me says otherwise.
     
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    Oh please, Shane Macgowan in his teens and 20's could drink you under the table in his sleep. And still could today.
     
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  9. CLoft239

    CLoft239 I Like Turtles

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    Anything weaker than Everclear is just a warm-up...
     
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    I just don't understand the need to brag about how much you can drink. Of course, coming from a family of hard core, bottle of whiskey a day acoholics, I don't see the need to drink at all. But I guess if it makes you feel proud, brag away.
     
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    Kevin108 THIS IS IN ALL CAPS

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    How much you can drink is irrelevant. How much you can drink and still function normally is where it gets interesting. I have several things in my garage and on my Jeep I am very happy with but have no recollection of having done the work, which involved basic hand tools, cordless saws, etc. Good times! :supergrin:
     
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    eracer Where's my EBT?

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    This pretty much says it all...
     
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    M&P15T Beard One

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    I haven't read any of the other replies......yet.

    Perhaps doing so will brighten my morning before I head off to a long day at work.

    Machisom has it's place, as there are definite biological reasons why men exist in the admittedly watered-down manner in which we do. But to believe that being able to drink another person under the table, to think that this should somehow be a badge of honor among men, misses the point of being a man.

    We are to be stronger, faster, and quicker deicision making under compressed time, to protect and shepard our young off-spring. Drinking helps none of that.

    Sorry buddy, but it's Monday morning. Real men are heading off to provide sustinance and shelter for others and ourselves. Have fun with your hang-over. I'll enjoy my day by making it productive.
     
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    moishlashen Senile Member

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    byf43 NRA Endowment Life Member

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    Same here.

    Yesterday evening. Around 6:30 p.m.

    Just me and my darlin' wife.
    Sittin' on the back deck, in the shade, watching the world go by.

    Grass is cut.








    Time for a little refreshment.
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  19. M&P15T

    M&P15T Beard One

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    How would that be? By drinking us under the table?

    Look, I understand that a few beers can help one relax, but it actually increases the stress that one has to deal with the next day due to being hung-over. So at the end of the next day, more alcohol is required to deal with the additional stress that the previous day's drinking and hang-over created.

    I drink, and each time I do it is less and less. I've seen that drinking only creates more stress than it relieves.
     
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    I would never challenge a dude named Beer to a drinking contest.

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