Beer & Vodka.

Posted: July 31, 2013 in All kinds of blog posts, often with a very low level content.
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Unlike some popular sayings, alcohol will neither make you speak every language fluently, nor will it give you great ideas.

Wine is supposed to have some minor positive consequences for your health. For beer and vodka on the other hand, I haven’t read or heard about any (even slightly) positive effects concerning your health.

Alcohol might make you aggressive. Luckily I have never been in a fight myself. I’ve never even been a witness of a real fight. But it’s supposed to make you aggressive…

I’m pretty sure there are a bunch of other negative things connected with alcohol. But just like the beginning of the movie Trainspotting says about drugs, the reason that I still drink quite a lot of alcohol is simple, I really enjoy it!

All the crazy situations, the many unexpected meetings in bars, the science of dodging the hangovers, … (Walking straight is highly overrated anyway.)


– Go to a bar near your house or a bed/sofa you can sleep on.

– Sit at the bar and try to get a nice high seat if you are there with just 1 or 2 friends. Get a table when you’re with more.

– Order a large beer (0.5l) and a shot of flavoured vodka. But watch out for the watered down 20% vodka! Vodka is ca. 40%, even when it’s flavoured, otherwise it’s lemonade.

– Drop the shot slowly into the glass of beer. In this way, a lot of the vodka will stay in the little glass. The more you’ll drink, the more vodka will get into the beer. This makes the proportions constantly changing.

The next round is on me, Interneters!

Post Spuma: the vodka is Soplica with nuts and is perfect for a U-bot.


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