Free Beer on Tap
The problem with some people is that when they aren't drunk, they're sober. - William Butler Yeats
A woman said she thought she was in heaven when she turned on the kitchen tap to find a plentiful supply of beer.
Haldis Gundersen was planning to do the washing up when she made the unusual discovery at her apartment in Kristiansund, West Norway.
Meanwhile two flights below, workers in a bar faced the more disappointing realisation, water was flowing from their beer taps and not ale.
A worker had connected a beer barrel to the apartment water pipe by mistake. 'I turned on the tap to clean some knives and forks, and beer came out', Ms Gundersen told Reuters news agency. 'We thought we were in heaven with free beer on tap.'
A beer before bed means a better night's sleep for the whole family.
Beer From Dad? - A Modern Man?
Some see the glass as half empty. Other see the glass as half full.
I just wonder who the hell is drinking my beer!
A man walks into a pub and has a couple of pints of beer. When he's finished the barman tells him he owes £5.' But I paid, don't you remember?' says the customer.
'Okay', says the bartender, 'If you say you paid, you did.'
The man then goes outside and tells the first person he sees that the barman can't keep track of whether his customers have paid.
The second man then rushes in, orders a beer and later pulls the same stunt.
The barman replies, 'If you say you paid, I'll take your word for it.'
Soon the customer goes into the street, sees an old friend, and tells him how to get free drinks.
The man hurries into the bar and begins to drink double-brandies when, suddenly, the bartender leans over sand says', You know, a funny thing happened in here tonight. Two men were drinking beer, neither paid and both claimed that they had. The next person who tries that is going to get punched in the face.'
'Don't bother me with your troubles', the final customer responds, 'Just give me my change and I'll be on my way.'
The Drunken Duck - Free Beer on Tap?
Yava, the duck, enjoys eating peanuts, shrimps and other sea food snacks reports the Northeast China News Network [NCNN], but must have a bowl of beer to help it down and to keep him happy.
His owner, Cao, from Dalian city, Liaoning Province, China, takes him for a walk every day and claims that Yava can understand the Chinese language. 'When I speak to him he might tumble or fly,' records Cao, 'and when he gets tired he turns his back on me.'
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