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http://www.medicaldaily.com/...ule-obesity.htm


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spar4tee
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Hit PRs during my senior trip ... but that was rum

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Kakarat
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PWO beer? i think so

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PB Andy
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I've probably had a micro-brew every day for awhile now... never seen any drawbacks from it.

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If this be true then I should be hale and hearty till age 400 going by the amount of this medicine I've imbibed.

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TheJonty
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Well, the article says the "miracle molecule" they found in beer that imparts the health benefits is in milk as well, so there's some hope for gentlemen (and women) like me who don't drink.

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pat
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Yeah, but there is a difference between 1-2 and 12...
When you have a mammoth tolerance like me, well you drink whiskey if you want to drink...

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pat wrote:
Yeah, but there is a difference between 1-2 and 12...
When you have a mammoth tolerance like me, well you drink whiskey if you want to drink...


trying to avoid making the switch from beers, to makers, but god damn i cant drink beer fast enough to get drunk anymore. First world problems...

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pat
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Aggv wrote:
pat wrote:
Yeah, but there is a difference between 1-2 and 12...
When you have a mammoth tolerance like me, well you drink whiskey if you want to drink...


trying to avoid making the switch from beers, to makers, but god damn i cant drink beer fast enough to get drunk anymore. First world problems...


Beer is like Coke to me...It's a fizzy drink. It takes an astonishing amount of liquor to get me drunk. About 5 Crown on the rox for me to feel it good, 7 to get me drunk... I am talking short period of time, not like an 'all day at the lake' kind of thing. Then to maintain well, let's just say it's not worth it.
Not that I would, but I could drive at levels that most people would be blind ass drunk at.

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Aggv
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pat wrote:
Aggv wrote:
pat wrote:
Yeah, but there is a difference between 1-2 and 12...
When you have a mammoth tolerance like me, well you drink whiskey if you want to drink...


trying to avoid making the switch from beers, to makers, but god damn i cant drink beer fast enough to get drunk anymore. First world problems...


Beer is like Coke to me...It's a fizzy drink. It takes an astonishing amount of liquor to get me drunk. About 5 Crown on the rox for me to feel it good, 7 to get me drunk... I am talking short period of time, not like an 'all day at the lake' kind of thing. Then to maintain well, let's just say it's not worth it.
Not that I would, but I could drive at levels that most people would be blind ass drunk at.


I can relate, only with beer. I really enjoy drinking it, but at the end of the night i dont feel much anymore., and that's after drinking #12 and thinking wtf?

x2 on the driving, but i dont even want to look at the stuff if i have to get behind the wheel. It's just not worth it, and i used up all good will with the driving gods in high school

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The funny thing is I can feel a buzz even off one bottle of beer (so long as I haven't eaten anything in a few hours) but if I don't have another beer in 10 minutes that buzz will disappear.

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Usually tequila gives me a buzz. It might be the lemon or snorting the salt that those it...

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pgtips
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I like this *Cheers* I'm being extremely lazy today but does it specify what type of beer? Ale, Larger or is it just any kind of beer?

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