Irish Girl



  • In honor of, well, green stuff: http://2.media.bustedtees.com/bustedtees/mf/a/4/bustedtees.ea2fd9bac6b86a832ca2ddb4c4dbb460.jpg

    Irish Girl

     Seems she grew up a little bit.



  • What are you talking about?  These are the same pics that have always been there.



  •  Irish you were dead.



  • @bstorer said:

    Irish you were dead.
     

    Irish you were Irish.  Then you'd be a poor, dumb, potato-chucking drunk with dozens of filthy, malnourished kids filling every nook and cranny of your slum tenement.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    @bstorer said:

    Irish you were dead.
     

    Irish you were Irish.  Then you'd be a poor, dumb, potato-chucking drunk with dozens of filthy, malnourished kids filling every nook and cranny of your slum tenement.

    The only difference between that scenario and reality is the children, and those would mean I'm getting laid.  So thanks, I guess.



  • @SteamBoat said:

    In honor of, well, green stuff:

    Ah, Saint Patrick's Day.  This was the man who, in between bouts of his favourite hobby of cruelty to animals, brought Christianity to Ireland.  Thus setting the scene for centuries of internecine strife and bloodshed.

     

    .... Remind me again exactly why we'd want to celebrate anything about it?

    😉 



  • @DaveK said:

     

    .... Remind me again exactly why we'd want to celebrate anything about it?



  • @DaveK said:

    Ah, Saint Patrick's Day.  This was the man who, in between bouts of his favourite hobby of cruelty to animals, brought Christianity to Ireland.  Thus setting the scene for centuries of internecine strife and bloodshed.

     

    .... Remind me again exactly why we'd want to celebrate anything about it?

    😉 

    Well, it did kill a lot of the Irish, so that's a plus.



  • @bstorer said:

    @DaveK said:

     

    .... Remind me again exactly why we'd want to celebrate anything about it?

    Guinness tastes like rotting bog water.  And I can't drink it, anyway, because they use fish as an ingredient.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Guinness tastes like rotting bog water.

     

    I'll take rotting bog water over stale cat piss any day of the week.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    And I can't drink it, anyway, because they use fish as an ingredient.
    Vegetarians make me laugh.



  • @belgariontheking said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    And I can't drink it, anyway, because they use fish as an ingredient.
    Vegetarians make me laugh.

    Well, I know I do, but what other vegetarians have you been having tickle parties with, huh??



  • @Aaron said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    Guinness tastes like rotting bog water.

     

    I'll take rotting bog water over stale cat piss any day of the week.

    I suppose I would, too.  Why not just avoid the entire thing and drink a delicious beer like Budweiser or Miller High Life?



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    @Aaron said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    Guinness tastes like rotting bog water.

     

    I'll take rotting bog water over stale cat piss any day of the week.

    I suppose I would, too.  Why not just avoid the entire thing and drink a delicious beer like Budweiser or Miller High Life?

     

    Yes, and then top it off with some delicious cardboard marinated in delicious yak's blood and wood shavings.  Hell, why don't I just roam the streets eating crushed cigarettes and gum wads?  Because that would be delicious, compared to Budweiser.



  • @bstorer said:

     

     

    YAAAAAAAAAAAAA



  • @Aaron said:

    I'll take rotting bog water over stale cat piss any day of the week.
     

    +1000



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Guinness tastes like rotting bog water.

    FUCK YOU, BITCH.

    FUCK YOU IN YOUR ASS WITH A CHEESE GRATE AND SPLINTERED WOOD BASEBALL BAT UNTIL YOUR ANUS IS BUT A BRIGHT RED WEAKLY PULSATING MASS THAT I WILL LADEL OUT WITH ANY HOUSEHOLD SPOON AND WILL THEN USE IN A VERY SPECIAL SHEPERD'S PIE OF MY OWN MAKING THAT I WILL THEN FORCE-FEED TO YOU, RIGHT THROUGH YOUR EYES' TEAR DUCTS, USING CHOP STICKS.

    God I love Guinness.

    It makes me peaceful.



  • @Aaron said:

    Yes, and then top it off with some delicious cardboard marinated in delicious yak's blood and wood shavings.  Hell, why don't I just roam the streets eating crushed cigarettes and gum wads?  Because that would be delicious, compared to Budweiser.

    You're a Canuck, though, so you've been raised from birth to believe all beer should take like Molson or Labatt's.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    @Aaron said:

    Yes, and then top it off with some delicious cardboard marinated in delicious yak's blood and wood shavings.  Hell, why don't I just roam the streets eating crushed cigarettes and gum wads?  Because that would be delicious, compared to Budweiser.

    You're a Canuck, though, so you've been raised from birth to believe all beer should take like Molson or Labatt's.

     

    That's where you're wrong.  Beer isn't supposed to taste like distilled hog urine (Bud), but it's also not supposed to taste like rectal scrapings dissolved in tonic water and battery acid (Molson).  Fact is, most popular beer brands taste like the brewers got a homeless crack addict to evacuate on a pile of old garbage and then whipped it up for 10 minutes in an industrial-strength blender.  Some are worse than others, though, and Guinness is probably about a 5/10 on the scale of "makes me want to vomit out my entire digestive tract."



  • Why are you guy's even TALKING about beer, when there's Irish Whiskey!! and Irish Coffee!! And cute Irish girls.



  • @dhromed said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    Guinness tastes like rotting bog water.

    FUCK YOU, BITCH.

    FUCK YOU IN YOUR ASS WITH A CHEESE GRATE AND SPLINTERED WOOD BASEBALL BAT UNTIL YOUR ANUS IS BUT A BRIGHT RED WEAKLY PULSATING MASS THAT I WILL LADEL OUT WITH ANY HOUSEHOLD SPOON AND WILL THEN USE IN A VERY SPECIAL SHEPERD'S PIE OF MY OWN MAKING THAT I WILL THEN FORCE-FEED TO YOU, RIGHT THROUGH YOUR EYES' TEAR DUCTS, USING CHOP STICKS.

    God I love Guinness.

    It makes me peaceful.

    On behalf of morbiuswilters and myself, I'd like to formally welcome you to the dark side.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Why not just avoid the entire thing and drink a delicious beer like Budweiser or Miller High Life?

    [FX: wakes up] Sorry! Did someone just claim that the weak-as-piss guff that the Americans label as 'beer' is a) beer and b) delicious?

    Ah, wait: Morbius must be trolling, right? Either that, or he's never visited Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, or Scotland.



  • @Cad Delworth said:

    Ah, wait: Morbius must be trolling, right? Either that, or he's never visited Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, or Scotland.
    Actually, he visited the first three during his summer through Europe retracing the movements of the Nazis, trying to figure out how to avoid their missteps.  As to Scotland, I'm not sure if he's been or not.  Do they have a history of genocide or a really flaming society?  What's that you say?  The dudes wear skirts?  Oh, yeah, he's probably been to Scotland, then.



  • @Cad Delworth said:

    Ah, wait: Morbius must be trolling, right? Either that, or he's never visited Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, or Scotland.

    Meh, I've had all sorts of beer.  Belgium is pretty good, Germany is okay.  Never had anything good from Scotland or the Netherlands.  America has damn good beers, and a lot of 'em.  I'm tempted to say they're the best, but part of that is having a much larger sample size; perhaps there are lots of delicious European beers I've just never discovered.  Regardless, we think Budweiser is crap over here.  It's just popular because it's consistent, cheap and ubiquitous, like McDonald's.  The point is, there are a lot of great beers here that we don't ship to you filthy Euroscum because we hate you all.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Belgium is pretty good, Germany is okay.  Never had anything good from Scotland or the Netherlands.

    Obviously you've never tried Scotland's Traquair House Ale (or more likely, you just aren't man enough), nor the Netherlands' Wieckse Witte.

    @morbiuswilters said:

    America has damn good beers.

    Are you sure? I've never heard anyone else (including other people who, like yourself, are unfortunate enough to live in Americashire) say that. Ever.

    @morbiuswilters said:

    we don't ship to you filthy Euroscum because we hate you all

    [FX: nods] Yup, it's entirely mutual … except that we don't ship [b]our[/b] best beers to the Colonies because (obviously!) they would be completely wasted on you. I mean, yours is hardly a nation renowned for its good taste, is it?

    Waitaminnit … this from the man who has a honking great banner 'signature' for a Hungarian company?
    [FX: sniff, sniff] Yup, I thought so: that's grade A hypocritical bullshit you're standing in there, Morbs old bean!

    Pip pip!



  • @Cad Delworth said:

    Are you sure? I've never heard anyone else (including other people who, like yourself, are unfortunate enough to live in Americashire) say that. Ever.
     

    Where are they from?

    America's a HUGE place, you know. I can tell you that the Seattle area is basically a beer-topia.



  • @Cad Delworth said:

    [FX: sniff, sniff]
    @Cad Delworth said:
    [FX: nods]
    I am punching you in the face with my mind.



  • @Aaron said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    @Aaron said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    Guinness tastes like rotting bog water.

     

    I'll take rotting bog water over stale cat piss any day of the week.

    I suppose I would, too.  Why not just avoid the entire thing and drink a delicious beer like Budweiser or Miller High Life?

     

    Yes, and then top it off with some delicious cardboard marinated in delicious yak's blood and wood shavings.  Hell, why don't I just roam the streets eating crushed cigarettes and gum wads?  Because that would be delicious, compared to Budweiser.

    Well at least it would bloody taste of something!

     



  • @Cad Delworth said:

    Ah, wait: Morbius must be trolling, right?

    Well, duh!  He even said so in the tag!

     



  • Guinness? Budweiser?!

    {Matt Berry} WhisKEY!!!! {/Matt Berry}



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Meh, I've had all sorts of beer.  Belgium [ ... ] Germany [ ... ] Scotland or the Netherlands [ ... ] America [ ... ]

    @morbiuswilters said:

    perhaps there are lots of delicious European beers I've just never discovered

    That seems pretty likely, since you never even mentioned Czech beers.  They are about the best the continent has to offer.  It's ironic that you went on to mention ... 

    @morbiuswilters said:

    Budweiser

    ... those bogus bastards who stole their name from a Czech lager that had been around for a century before them and then tried to sue them to stop them using their own name!

     



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    @DaveK said:

    Ah, Saint Patrick's Day.  This was the man who, in between bouts of his favourite hobby of cruelty to animals, brought Christianity to Ireland.  Thus setting the scene for centuries of internecine strife and bloodshed.

     

    .... Remind me again exactly why we'd want to celebrate anything about it?

    😉 

    Well, it did kill a lot of the Irish, so that's a plus.

    That response was actually sooooo obvious when I wrote the post that I couldn't even bring myself to inb4 it!

     



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Regardless, we think Budweiser is crap over here.  It's just popular because it's consistent, cheap and ubiquitous, like McDonald's.
     

    I'd have to agree with you, without knowing specifically about American beers. (There are popular Australian beers I don't like, but don't tell anyone who drinks them it is crap! XXXX ("Four-ex") and VB (Victora Bitter) are the main beers around here.) Trying the smaller players of almost anything is going to be better than the big guys. I've stopped going to Domino's and Pizza Hut because I found a great local pizza place, for example. I also tend to avoid McDonalds as there are better burger places around. But sometimes there's no other choice.

     



  • @blakeyrat said:

    @Cad Delworth said:

    Are you sure? I've never heard anyone else (including other people who, like yourself, are unfortunate enough to live in Americashire) say that. Ever.
     

    Where are they from?

    America's a HUGE place, you know. I can tell you that the Seattle area is basically a beer-topia.

    So is New England and the mid-Atlantic.  Shit, Sam Adams has some really solid beers and they're a massive company, so it's not just smaller breweries.



  • @DaveK said:

    That seems pretty likely, since you never even mentioned Czech beers.  They are about the best the continent has to offer.  It's ironic that you went on to mention ... 

    I hear this a lot, and all I can fathom is that Europeans have no taste.  Every Czech beer I've ever had (probably a half-dozen in all) was a piss-yellow lager that tasted like crap.  Really, it was on par with Budweiser, which is was sensible because Budweiser is meant to ape Czech beers.  To be fair, Budweiser is probably a tad worse just because it's so goddamn cheap tasting.  Of course, it's 1/3rd the price of Czech beers and there is no fucking way the Czech beers are three times better.

     

    Some of the German stuff is pretty good, but mostly the stuff that's more like Belgian beers.  The only Dutch beer I can think of is Heineken (that's Dutch, right?) which is pretty mediocre.  It's a bit better on-tap.  Ironically, the cans taste better than the bottles; I guess the aluminum reacts favorably.



  • @DaveK said:

    That response was actually sooooo obvious when I wrote the post that I couldn't even bring myself to inb4 it!

    If hating the Irish is cliched, then I guess I gotta do what I gotta do.



  • @bstorer said:

    @Cad Delworth said:

    [FX: sniff, sniff]
    @Cad Delworth said:
    [FX: nods]
    I am punching you in the face with my mind.

    I'm punching him in the dick with your mind.  And your mind seems to enjoy it a bit too much...



  • @Zemm said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    Regardless, we think Budweiser is crap over here.  It's just popular because it's consistent, cheap and ubiquitous, like McDonald's.
     

    I'd have to agree with you, without knowing specifically about American beers. (There are popular Australian beers I don't like, but don't tell anyone who drinks them it is crap! XXXX ("Four-ex") and VB (Victora Bitter) are the main beers around here.) Trying the smaller players of almost anything is going to be better than the big guys. I've stopped going to Domino's and Pizza Hut because I found a great local pizza place, for example. I also tend to avoid McDonalds as there are better burger places around. But sometimes there's no other choice.

    You people unleashed Foster's on the world.  For that alone, you deserve to have Christianity introduced to your nation so that your debt can be repaid in blood.   Most fast food is cheap and bland.  The thing I hate most about it is how flavorless it seems.  It seems like the only seasonings they've heard of are salt, fat and high fructose corn syrup.  I love spicy foods, especially Thai and Indian.  Of course, being a heavy smoker might be part of that as my tastebuds are constantly dead.

     

    The vodka probably doesn't help.



  • Heineken is good in export and marketing. Not that good in brewing.  Netherlands only has a beer culture in the lower part of the country, the north just happens to drink lots of it. Personally, the belgiums have it down when it comes to beer, and if anyone ever finds himself near brussels they should visit delirium tremens (they have about 2000 beers to choose from).

    But germany wins points for having actual laws about beer. Reinheitsgebot. Although it is no longer in effect I think.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reinheitsgebot



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    The only Dutch beer I can think of is Heineken (that's Dutch, right?) which is pretty mediocre. 
     

    So, you just like watery pilsner.

    That's okay.

    Have you tried Hertog Jan? I love pretty much everything they make, including the pilsner, which I'm normally not a fan of. I dislike the Spring Bock, though.

    What of the stronger beers like Gulden Draak, Rochefort 8-10, Hertog Jan Grand Prestige (excellent from tap!), La Trappe Quadruple?



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    @blakeyrat said:

    I can tell you that the Seattle area is basically a beer-topia.

    So is []...] the mid-Atlantic.

     

    Brewing beers in the middle of an eff-ing Ocean?! That's quite a feat!



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    I suppose I would, too.  Why not just avoid the entire thing and drink a delicious beer like Budweiser or Miller High Life?

    american beer is like sex in a canoe: fucking close to water



  • IMO best American beer is from the micro-breweries, tried a few in Albany, one called The Pump House (next to I-95) did a great dark beer.

    Although I'm from the UK I still rate belgium & Germany as the best brewers. Each town seems to produce its own great beer. 

     



  • @Sperk said:

    Although I'm from the UK I still rate belgium & Germany as the best brewers. Each town seems to produce its own great beer.

    Actually I think our local brewery is named after a mountain, not the city. But yeah, pretty much.



  • @Sperk said:

    The Pump House
     

    Too easy!



  • Why are all you homos arguing about beer when there's A HOT IRISH GIRL RIGHT UP HERE?



  • @dhromed said:

    FUCK YOU, BITCH.

    FUCK YOU IN YOUR ASS WITH A CHEESE GRATE AND SPLINTERED WOOD BASEBALL BAT UNTIL YOUR ANUS IS BUT A BRIGHT RED WEAKLY PULSATING MASS THAT I WILL LADEL OUT WITH ANY HOUSEHOLD SPOON AND WILL THEN USE IN A VERY SPECIAL SHEPERD'S PIE OF MY OWN MAKING THAT I WILL THEN FORCE-FEED TO YOU, RIGHT THROUGH YOUR EYES' TEAR DUCTS, USING CHOP STICKS.

    God I love Guinness.

    It makes me peaceful.

    +1 Informative.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Regardless, we think Budweiser is crap over here.  It's just popular because it's consistent, cheap and ubiquitous, like McDonald's.

     

    So you're saying... Americans drink beer other than Bud Light and eat at restaurants other than McDonald's?

    That's just crazy talk.



  • @toth said:

    Why are all you homos arguing about beer when there's A HOT IRISH GIRL RIGHT UP HERE?
     

    Because (a) it's a picture, and (b) we've all seen it about 83,614 times already.



  • @toth said:

    Why are all you homos arguing about beer when there's A HOT IRISH GIRL RIGHT UP HERE?

    Maybe because we all have a second tab open with galleries of even hotter Irish girls, and know that you must never be on-topic in a TDWTF forum thread anyway?


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