April 28, 2004

"Beer Mandatory" Update

A follow up to this post, as I finally got a few more ideas from a couple of intrepid souls out there.

Harvey weighs in with:

"in-driveway engine replacements", and "ogling stripper boobies"

I have to nit-pick here, and proclaim that any engine replacement requires a beer. If you take your car to a shop that bans the suds, then you deserve the fleecing you got. As for "boobie-bars", they don't even let anything stronger than beer through the door!

However, both are still good suggestions due to the fact that I currently have a pickup that needs a new engine, and pretty much any evening is a good time to go to the Titty-bar.

Next there's Marty who left a few more in the comments:

Cutting the Grass

Driving to the beach after midnight

Dinner at the mom-in-laws house

Item the first: What's up with all the chores? I wanna do fun stuff! I guess with enough beer anything can be fun, so in the list it goes.

Entry "B": Remember kids, don't drink and drive...unless you're driving to the beach after midnight. Of course, for me, the nearest beach is over seven hours away. By the time I'm done with all the driving, I definately need a beer, so into the list it goes.

The horror at the end: It's bad enough that you have to be at the In-Laws to begin with, but cracking a "cool one" at her dinner table can lead to hours af lectures/stern looks/ or the ever popular "If you're going to drink that stuff, you can get out of my house!" For the first two scenarios, I recommend a six-pack. For the last, WooHoo! You're free! Time to celebrate at the nearest watering hole.

Thanks a lot guys. I appreciate your dedication in this matter. As for the rest of you...the comments are enabled.

Posted by Johnny - Oh at April 28, 2004 10:31 PM

beer -

remember some of the BEST ideas EVER are hatched while drinking beer. For example: after Driving 7 hours to the in-laws beach house, while drinking beer, one can come to the conclusion that at 2am it's time to yank the motor out of the truck.

of course the BEST ideas are usually seen differently the next day... thus drink more beer!

Posted by: mac at April 29, 2004 08:50 AM

which calls to mind Matty O'Blackfive's all-purpose sage advice in times of trouble:

"drink heavily"


Posted by: Harvey at April 29, 2004 01:03 PM


Thanks for stopping by. I believe that your scenario involves something of the "Hey Man, watch 'is" variety. But be assured that I will never mow my in-laws lawn at 2 in the morning. It's the in-laws I hate, NOT their neighbors.


My philosphy is similar to Matty's...Drink Early, Drink Often. Not as succinct, but just as pithy. ;^)

Posted by: Johnny - Oh at April 29, 2004 11:59 PM

So...[slowly putting 2 and 2 together] drinking is like voting in Chicago?

That would explain why Matty lives there :-)

Posted by: Harvey at April 30, 2004 02:01 PM

Omg thats right! Please come see me and my friends! ;)

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