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... any recreational drugs, I was not in the best mood from the off. Do what you like, just don't judge me if I don't want to get on your douche wagon. That's your choice. I would directly quote but it'll get me mad again so for my sanity...oh **** it.
"Is it cause you're British? Do you guys not have that over there?"
"So like, do you drink? Isn't that a bit hypocritical." - "No. I don't drink to get wasted (always), I enjoy the taste, ...
... be really good, before coming to USA I'd always heard the beers are very weak and tasteless over here but all the beers I've tried along the way have been very tasty and nice and strong like our beers back home, other than bud, coors and millers the cheap ones everything else is just as good if not better that Aussie beer. At 10pm we headed over the road to meet the guys at Buffalo Billiards, a big bar with all kinds of bar sports games and activities ...
... The next day we had lunch with Timmy Eaton who was one of Kirk's best
friend's from St. Paul's and also good friends with many of my friends
who went to Randy Mac. We met Timmy in Austin when he came for
J-school. He had been in Austin ever since except for a short stint in
Corpus Christi and was now working for the Austin American-Statesman
covering politics. Unfortunately during our visit he was super busy
covering the ...
... weatherboard homes that were gutted and turned into bars all along the street. It was like being at a house party and drinking in backyards but not. One house/bar we went to had 103 beers on tap!! It took up an entire wall. We met some really fun Americans a did a bit of a bar crawl along the street. Each house had its own trailer food and we ended up trialling a sausage place that had so many to select from. We tried a .... And a Louisiana lightning. We swear the Louisiana had ...
... or green." I replied, "The same reason your hair is blond." And then I sounded too much like Lady Gaga by throwing in, "He was born that way."
Another girl asked why people never see Mrs. Claus. "She stays up at the North Pole keeping an eye on the elves and my workshop," I explained. "And she's baking cookies." Why am I hung up on this Mrs. Claus baking cookies thing? But it's become my go-to line about Mrs. C.