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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by cobrasneverdie, Apr 29, 2004.
this isnt me but its my locker. discuss.
Beer in cans doesn't taste good.
Edit: Post #900...woohoo?
Those aren't beer cans. It looks like junior high, based on the kid in the photo.
further discussion - That kid's hair-do is somewhere between a "Mullet" and a "Dorothy Hammel"
His rosy red cheeks make him look naive and innocent.
He thinks that the aluminum can collection will get him some sort of attention in the hallway, yet it is clear that it will only make girls think he is silly.
If those cans were crushed, they would all fit on the top shelf and that locker could house books, coats, back packs etc.
If those crushed cans were sold for recycle, I'll bet that the soda drinker could take the cash and get 3 more soda's
For some reason, I'm strangely curious as to whether they are all the same kind of pop can. What kind?
Now, the big question - Why?
The locker is not his, but belongs to one of his buddies in the AV Club. His buddy had attempted to build a home-made portal to another dimension using his locker as the entry point. Was he successful? Only time will tell.
There you have your answer. Mountain Dew. You can't build an interdimensional portal with pepsi cans.
last month at an art gallery's private view, us and our friend james went to the liquor store to buy supplies and we found a GIANT can of beer!
we were so excited that we had to buy it. we will get back to you on how big it was, exactly
Must have been from Canada.
One litre Faxe?
...or from Australia. Foster's has some huge cans.
it was from denmark and james says "hmm, quite big i'de say, possibly a litre"
Must've been Faxe then AFAIK
it WAS Faxe!!
we're really glad someone knew what we were talking about.
James and us thought it would be terrible, but it was surprisingly good quality beer !
Minor - NINER!!!
I didn't know that hair trend is everywhere?
One liter? Pffff... Here in Canada we have 1,18 liter bottles!
Well, we''ve just been talking about cans, we haven't started talking bottles yet.
What are all of you talking about?
That link simply showed a photo of a successful young man; how do I know?
Failure comes in can'ts, while success comes in CANS.
Terrible, I agree.