Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by the 4th hanson bro, Jun 7, 2009.
Only one simple answer..
Let's be scientific. Further study is warranted. I would like to volunteer
Agreed. I also hereby volunteer for this research.
Sure. As long as we're drinking Canadian beer... not that American crap that already is water.
^So you'd rather drink that Canadian bilge water?
To do the study right, we'll need English beer (or microbrews).
Hurrah for science.
Is that Harriet Jones, former Prime Minister next to Scotty there?
I read somewhere that the dehydrating effects of beer, and coffee also, have been exagerated.
Everyone knows you drink a bottle of vodka after a thirty-minute cardiovascular routine.
If you drink coffee regularly, caffeine's action as a diuretic is very limited.
Now, now--to make this truly scientific, we need a testable hypothesis, and an experimental procedure.
I hypothesize that the benefits of drinking beer will increase in direct proportion to the amount of beer drunk.
The procedure will thus consist of drinking beer until we pass out, pausing only to measure the benefits after each few beers.
I volunteer for THAT research project.
I also volunteer my services for this hazardous project...
Ah, the sacrifices we make for science.
I always said I got better at beer pong after I had a few beers. Can we make that a part of the project?
That's a well-known phenomenon. I'm going to go with drunken muscle memory or something like that as my logical explanation
Of course, that's also the reason beer is affectionally called "aim-water" where I'm from.
Will they start selling beer in the gym from now on, then?
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