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Old 06-05-04, 08:26 PM   #1
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Beer, Cheese and ****ing Mountain Bikes.....and prolly some hot chicks!

What else could go together better?



...these days Im a newcastle man. Well, at least on payday anyway....other wise its miller. I dont get hammered and then ride, but i get hammered after the riding, eh? And then i eat some cheese burritos!


This thread marks the beginning of something great. I have forseen it.


Reply with your cheese mtb beer comments!
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Old 06-05-04, 08:29 PM   #2
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You're creating more clutter than ANY newbie.

This thread should be locked.
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You're creating more clutter than ANY newbie.

This thread should be locked.

Your mind should be unlocked dude! C'mon lets talk about chicks and cheese and bikes.

I eat cheddar on the trail for energy........do you?
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Old 06-05-04, 08:37 PM   #4
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You're creating more clutter than ANY newbie.

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Shut up boi.
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Klein add some cheese to that mutha.........and you da man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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whoa! it is cheese!!!!!!!!!


aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! you rock!
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Mountain biking is all about the casual and the fun. Way to relieve some stress
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I'm waiting for someone to reference Drunkcyclist. Oh wait... I just did.
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I'm waiting for someone to reference Drunkcyclist. Oh wait... I just did.
Drunk cyclist is a cool site, but a bit too political for a drunken SSer IMO. More cheese conversation would be good there instead of the bush bashing.
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I do enjoy OLD ... definately some good flavour and just hard enough to not get soft.
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Drunk cyclist is a cool site, but a bit too political for a drunken SSer IMO. More cheese conversation would be good there instead of the bush bashing.
What? You mean to tell me you look at that site to read the "articles"?
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What? You mean to tell me you look at that site to read the "articles"?
There are articles?
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There are articles?
I have a much better porn selection of my own. Trust me.

Lets talk of beer and cheese, though.
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Who's the lady lady hey?
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Newcastle!!!!! A man after my own heart!!!!!

I like Brats!!!!

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I like whiskey...beer doesn't do much for me.
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I like whiskey...beer doesn't do much for me.
whiskey, here here... or scotch... or bourbon.
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whiskey, here here... or scotch... or bourbon.
Ok let me clarify...I like my drinks stiff, beer just doesn't cut it unless I am playing football.
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Tecate and Busch(cheap) here. Newcastle is great..If you can get a fresh pack, but thats a big if.
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Yuengling Lager or a Yuengling Porter, or a Yuengling Black and Tan
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its all about the root beer and pepermint schnapps
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Depends on my mood and how fresh it may be.

I love anything from Anchor brewery, but ONLY if it's fresh..the stuff skunks too fast.

Others I like are Chimay, Franziskaner, Spaten, Samuel Smith, Warsteiner, Stone Brewery (Long live the Arrogant b*stard!), and Reaper Ale's Stout.

I you find that stout anywhere, try it...it's possibly one of the best american stouts I have ever tried..well I still debate between that stout and Old Rasputin.

As far as stone brewery....that stuff will mess you up...but it's soooooooo good!


EDIT: ugh, the badword filter filtered out the name of Stone's permier drink...sacrilage i tell you!
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pffff....

this thread shall never die!

How about some more pics of cheese, bikes, chicks and beer?
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