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Do we have any Dr's in the club??

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ChrisJB

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Waaaaaaayyyyyyy of topic. I am stuck at home with a fever and strep throat and need some consultation :(
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I'm not a doctor but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night... take 4 Boddingtons and call your real doctor in the morning...;)

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I'm not a doctor but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night... take 4 Boddingtons and call your real doctor in the morning...;)


LoL I had to google Boddington :)
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LoL I had to google Boddington :)


What?!?!?!? And you call yourself a landie owner!:eek:

LOL...:D

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I really really tried to like drinking beer! I question my manhood daily while i drink out of my juicebox :D
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I never developed a taste for beer either. That stuff has to be up there with the nastiest liquid I have ever tried to drink in my life. If anyone ever invented Pepsi tasting beer, I guess I might be in trouble, but as long as it tastes like sparkling transmission fluid I have little to worry about :D
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I never developed a taste for beer either. That stuff has to be up there with the nastiest liquid I have ever tried to drink in my life. If anyone ever invented Pepsi tasting beer, I guess I might be in trouble, but as long as it tastes like sparkling transmission fluid I have little to worry about :D


Ever try a tequila shot? Or worse, Jagermeister shots? Now that stuff tastes nasty, from personal experience.. (both ways)

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I'm not a beer drinker either, but man do I like Guinness. My sister calls me a beer snob because it's the only one I'll drink.

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Guiness is the only beer that I can stomach but it has to be from tap. But after a night of drinking too many irish car bombs, now Guiness makes me queezy sometimes.....
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I was just thinking that this is yet another perfect example of how when you get a bunch of guys together talking about stuff the conversation can quickly degenerate from "I need a doctor" to "drinking beer";)!
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As you mentioned the only Doctor advice you will find on here is what kind of spirit you should take to easy the pain.
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I'd give him professional advice but his insurance won't cover it:D

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Well lucky for me my antibiotics finally kicked in and I have stopped melting and the feeling of swallowing glass shards. Maybe tomorrow will be my lucky day and I can graduate to solid foods :D
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and this is a throw back to Dr. Demento, when I was younger....

" Rock and Roll Doctor, next caller..."

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and this is a throw back to Dr. Demento, when I was younger....

" Rock and Roll Doctor, next caller..."


OMG...ur firing up my memory banks....

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I had to google Dr Demento.....With great albums like "Country Corn" and 4 volumes of the "greatest novalty records of all time" I dont know how I could have missed this personality. This is probably going to be a stretch but I assume this person influenced weird al yankovic...... :D

So listening to song parodies and drinking boddingtons part of land rover ownership?? I think we need a guide to explain this to us uninformed folks ;)
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I can remember being a kid at Camp Pendelton, when my dad was stationed there, and listening to Kiss records with my friends older brother (as I was in like 2-3rd grade) and then catching Dr. Demento on the "Mighty 690" AM out of Tiajuana at night...then I think he moved to KMET....

" So, I am going to the Stones concert and I am taking some reds, some blues, some uppers, some weed, a bottle of Jack, some coke and maybe a few mushrooms. Is there anything else I should take?

Yeah, an ambulance. Rock and Roll Doctor, your on the air....."

Always loved that one...

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Guiness is the only beer that I can stomach but it has to be from tap. But after a night of drinking too many irish car bombs, now Guiness makes me queezy sometimes.....


Guiness within a 50 mile radius of the brewery tastes different than regular draft Guiness (stand a teaspoon in a pint and as it falls to the side there is no clink on the glass)
Our dogs love guiness, and you can make a mean fruit cake using a couple of cans of Guiness and leaving it for several weeks....
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I made a Guinness float with vanilla ice cream one time. I think it was with the extra stout bottle, not the draught can. It wasn't too bad actually.

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