“…and the damn fridge just broke.”
I disagree with panel 3, because I don’t drink.
However, sometimes I look at the world and wish I was drunk, because that way, from what I’ve heard, everything insane I see wouldn’t be real, and it would fade to a headache, then nothing. The real world is full insanity with a double side of headache.
Depends on the brand.
Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans
Nothing like a nice cold beer in a frosted mug ! ……. Croc Power !
Goat is British?
That’s a lie! Actually, it’s: Whisky. Must be good.
When the beer is warm the flavor comes through more, but it isn’t as refreshing.
Speak for yourself, Goat. I’d like some cold beer.
In case of wrestling, make it a Stone Cold beer.
GenX keeping their eyes on what’s important.
“LIfe’s a bitch, and then you die.”
Words to live by.
No plan survives contact with the enemy.
Oh, that one hits home…I’m 52. But for me, it’s “Coffee. Must be hot.”
Warm beer….ewwww just ewwww
Man plans, God laughs.
If he’s German, warm beer’s good.
Cold beer? What a strange idea. Mind you, I am English. I also have terrible teeth.
I retired at age 52, and that was a plan that was not compromised….
No Goat, no it is not. In fact frosty mugs in the freezer at the ready should be a law.
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans”
Or “What ever gets you through the night.”Same source
British “warm” beer. An acquired taste, perhaps, but I think one worth acquiring. I miss having a decent bitter here in the states.
Things people will not compromise on.
Must get out of bed today.
Some beers (stouts, porters, browns) are better at room temperature.
Warm beer has more flavor and is nicer to savor.
Consider the typical tombstone. Born XXXX – Died XXXX. The hyphen was your life.
I hear the youngest adults yelling about how smart they are and how they are going to change the world…well, those of us who grew up in the 60s yelled the same things. So far it seems we have taken 3 steps forward and 2 back. Good luck youngsters.
Not cold, not warm, just the right temperature
I don’t get these comments on how many beers are better at room temperature. Look at the guy. Does he appear in any way to be some sort of beer expert? He just wants something cold and alcoholic and enough of it to forget his troubles.
I used to drink to drown my sorrows, but the damn things learned how to swim.
In many countries warm ale is just fine. I prefer my amber at room temperature. And some like it with a red-hot poker stuck in it first.
The older we get, the more we appreciate the little things. I would not wish to eat a worm. Others consider it a source of protein. Which is the second point: some people are flippin’ loons.
It took him until 52 to figure that out? :)
My daughter is 22 and she does not think like this at all. Those goals are closer to what a 28-32 year old would have.
Do we become more tolerant, more realistic, or just tired?
I don’t drink either but his point is made
When in England, a friend tried to get me to drink warm beer. And I don’t even like it cold. No beer for me.
You may seek salvation in beer/ a solution it just may appear/ but you’re bound to awake/ and your poor head will ache/ and you’ll find the same sh*t is still here.
Mann tracht, un Gott lacht.
What about a good cable plan with a large screen tv?
Mankind (is that sexist?) makes plans. God laughs.
Only American beer needs to be cold. Guinness for instance s/b consumed at room temp.
It’s the long learning curve from the school of hard knocks….
Actually, many beers have something known as “flavor” which can be appreciated best when the drink isn’t ice cold… though I prefer it at “British room temperature” (not more than 60º F)
Room temperature is the only way to drink beer.
Age 12: no more than 45 minutes of homework.