Great news - Twinkies and PBR

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  1. PiratePast40

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  2. Modeler

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    Great. Now hipsters can drink PBR and eat Twinkies, basking in their own irony the whole time. Does the same company make skinny jeans, v-neck sweaters and scarves too?
     
  3. Burt Gummer

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    I wonder how long an average (in terms of general health) person could live just drinking PBR and eating Twinkies? OK add water to that. I say 90 days.
     
  4. The Courier

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    They should have a reality show called PB&T where contestants cant consume anything but PBR and twinkies,(plus one bottle of water a day). Who ever goes the longest wins, it would be a whole lot better than jersey shore and the kardashians...
     
  5. Kelzebubba

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    I would gladly participate.
     
  6. Mikej

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    Aren't most things though?
     
  7. MountainBear

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    PBR is only drinkable ice cold, and even then only marginal. Two sips into it, it's too warm to be drinkable. I haven't had a twinkie in years. I don't miss them, but I'm happy they aren't dying for some reason. I don't know why?
     
  8. Silver Fox

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    PBR has been one of my staple item for years..... When I bring my own to a 'social gathering' I know nobody is touching mine. If I do catch someone drinking a PBR I know where it came from.

    SF-
     
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  9. Kelzebubba

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    How about we impose the PB&T and twinkies rule on the Jersey Shore cast and the Kardashians?
     
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  10. The Courier

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    I'd watch, that would be quality television worth watching. After the damage they've done to todays youth they should be required a PBR and Twinkies diet for the rest of their days to ensure a short life span. However it could backfire resulting in every one thinking its ok to act like that...
     
  11. Redcap

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    ...are you a hipster?
     
  12. drew

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    Cheap and cold are about my only requirements. Drank it before it was popular.
     
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    Like this character?
    [video=youtube;snhiofL2Rh4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snhiofL2Rh4[/video]
    I might as well mention the language isn't PG.

    I've used this line when people I know have tried to drink Heineken.
     
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  14. ZA_Survivalist

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    Just like Jeffery Dahmer used to like his women.
    Zing!
     
  15. Redcap

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    I approve. I feel the same way and express my choice of beers much the same as well.


    I asked only because the only people I ever see drinking PBR anymore seem to be the "Olympia" type.
     
  16. The Courier

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    leave it to dennis hopper to answer how beer should taste.
     
  17. Spray-n-pray

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    Aw, come on, man! What's up with saying only portland hipsters drink PBR? I have drank about 4 million of those in my lifetime over here in Vantucky. Heck, we been drinkin it for a long time. We just got tired of Milwaukee's beast, Natty ice, and Hank's. That's Henry Weinhard's, but when you've known him as long as I have....
     
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  18. soulrider

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    Hamms, and pbr were the only beers my dad and uncles drank so its all I could lift when I was younger. Its cheap amd when working on cars if it gets knocked over you are not P.O'ed lol and No I am not a hipster. but actually I do not drink much beer anymore, my tastes have been refined to cheap whiskey lol
     
  19. Silver Fox

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    Hi..... My name is silver fox and I drink PBR. No I am not a hipster. I am the last of the John Wayne generation. I beleive in America and what she stands for. I have served my country and my fellow American. I AM not a hipster.

    You can take that to the bank.

    SF-
     
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  20. Kelzebubba

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    Dahmer was more into men and little boys.
     

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