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Old 02-06-2008, 11:10 PM   #21
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Maybe the belly could be put to better use say ... storing pate' or some other extrudable edible?
I am too grossed out for words.



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Old 02-06-2008, 11:59 PM   #22
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Upon seeing the beer belly... I knew immediately that my life would be complete if I purchased one of these and a stadium pal. It'd be a mini circle of life happening right underneath my clothes.
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Old 02-07-2008, 07:03 AM   #23
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Our local symphony orchestra has concerts each summer in an open amphitheater surrounded by a grass covered hillside. DW and I have for years taken a picnic dinner with wine to share on the lawn, before the concert. Last year - no more wine allowed. I could see it if this was a rough crowd, but the average age is about 75 and they sell beer and wine at the concessions inside.

So I'm on the lookout for a good way to smuggle wine into the concert.
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Old 02-07-2008, 08:34 AM   #24
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Empty a few 16oz bottles of cranberry juice or white grape juice, and refill with your wine.

They did the same thing around here at all the parks by the lakes and rivers. We'd usually get one drunk yahoo blasting the boat radio, flying through swimmers on a jet ski at 40mph, or otherwise raising a ruckus. They were always easily identifiable by the 2nd degree sunburn. Instead of arresting those guys once a day, we got a liquor ban and the cops comb through the beachgoers doing cooler checks.

Cuz dontcha know theres a good fine for having booze at the beach, so its a moneymaker. Arresting Bob The Jackass and jailing him for a small fine was a negative cash flow situation.

Oh, but you can still buy wine and beer at some of the concession stands.

But the nice folks at Veryfine are quite accommodating and make bottles filled with all sorts of appropriate colored liquids. Many of them even mix well with vodka.
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Empty a few 16oz bottles of cranberry juice or white grape juice, and refill with your wine..........
Thanks Bunny - I knew more devious minds than mine had already developed a workaround for this ban.
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