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  1. @tqnnykx b yeah correct. i seriously couldnt believe when my brother say this to me. And, even my colleagues used to make dollars well weekly doing some small works and watching funny stuffs. i found it here —> bit.ly/YFvzkM?=pvbtimk

  2. @tqnnykx b yeah correct. i seriously couldnt believe when my brother say this to me. And, even my colleagues used to make dollars well weekly doing some small works and watching funny stuffs. i found it here —> bit.ly/YFvzkM?=pvbtimk

  3. Until I read your comment and took a look for myself, I had no freaking idea!! Very cool that there’s just one bubble just sitting there!! I wish he explained that as well!

  4. Until I read your comment and took a look for myself, I had no freaking idea!! Very cool that there’s just one bubble just sitting there!! I wish he explained that as well!

  5. Until I read your comment and took a look for myself, I had no freaking idea!! Very cool that there’s just one bubble just sitting there!! I wish he explained that as well!

  6. Until I read your comment and took a look for myself, I had no freaking idea!! Very cool that there’s just one bubble just sitting there!! I wish he explained that as well!

  7. But is that why he said he doesn’t drink? At 8:56 he says „What’s perhaps less stereotypical is that I _____ so I don’t drink.“ I replayed that part over and over again but I still can’t figure out what he said. Somethings wrong with my ears.

  8. But is that why he said he doesn’t drink? At 8:56 he says „What’s perhaps less stereotypical is that I _____ so I don’t drink.“ I replayed that part over and over again but I still can’t figure out what he said. Somethings wrong with my ears.

  9. But is that why he said he doesn’t drink? At 8:56 he says „What’s perhaps less stereotypical is that I _____ so I don’t drink.“ I replayed that part over and over again but I still can’t figure out what he said. Somethings wrong with my ears.

  10. But is that why he said he doesn’t drink? At 8:56 he says „What’s perhaps less stereotypical is that I _____ so I don’t drink.“ I replayed that part over and over again but I still can’t figure out what he said. Somethings wrong with my ears.

  11. But is that why he said he doesn’t drink? At 8:56 he says „What’s perhaps less stereotypical is that I _____ so I don’t drink.“ I replayed that part over and over again but I still can’t figure out what he said. Somethings wrong with my ears.

  12. But is that why he said he doesn’t drink? At 8:56 he says „What’s perhaps less stereotypical is that I _____ so I don’t drink.“ I replayed that part over and over again but I still can’t figure out what he said. Somethings wrong with my ears.

  13. But is that why he said he doesn’t drink? At 8:56 he says „What’s perhaps less stereotypical is that I _____ so I don’t drink.“ I replayed that part over and over again but I still can’t figure out what he said. Somethings wrong with my ears.

  14. He said Teetotal, which is one given to someone who has pledged to no drink.. 🙂

    Teetotalism is the practice and promotion of complete (or T-total) abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is a called a teetotaler or teetotaller (plural teetotalers or teetotallers.)

  15. He said Teetotal, which is one given to someone who has pledged to no drink.. 🙂

    Teetotalism is the practice and promotion of complete (or T-total) abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is a called a teetotaler or teetotaller (plural teetotalers or teetotallers.)

  16. He said Teetotal, which is one given to someone who has pledged to no drink.. 🙂

    Teetotalism is the practice and promotion of complete (or T-total) abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is a called a teetotaler or teetotaller (plural teetotalers or teetotallers.)

  17. He said Teetotal, which is one given to someone who has pledged to no drink.. 🙂

    Teetotalism is the practice and promotion of complete (or T-total) abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is a called a teetotaler or teetotaller (plural teetotalers or teetotallers.)

  18. He said Teetotal, which is one given to someone who has pledged to no drink.. 🙂

    Teetotalism is the practice and promotion of complete (or T-total) abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is a called a teetotaler or teetotaller (plural teetotalers or teetotallers.)

  19. He said Teetotal, which is one given to someone who has pledged to no drink.. 🙂

    Teetotalism is the practice and promotion of complete (or T-total) abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is a called a teetotaler or teetotaller (plural teetotalers or teetotallers.)

  20. He said Teetotal, which is one given to someone who has pledged to no drink.. 🙂

    Teetotalism is the practice and promotion of complete (or T-total) abstinence from alcoholic beverages. A person who practices (and possibly advocates) teetotalism is a called a teetotaler or teetotaller (plural teetotalers or teetotallers.)

  21. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  22. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  23. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  24. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  25. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  26. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  27. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  28. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  29. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  30. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  31. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  32. But.. Could you please explain the physics involved in pouring a good Guinness? Or debunk it if it’s a myth? I drink Guinness mostly because I can’t handle normal beer any more (I start vomiting if I drink like 4 pints (or 4 * 0,5 litres which is slightly less the 4 pints), but Guinness is fine, can drink till I drop. But the way it’s poured really makes a difference. I’ve had Guinness poured by a weather hardened Irishman, and that taste like heaven, but poorly poured Guinness can taste sharp?

  33. This is the only beer I drink plain. I also like it in Irish car bombs along with jameson whiskey and carolans irish cream.

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