Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies XI+' started by King Daniel Beyond, Mar 19, 2012.
a side of haggis to nibble on
while he let the scotch assimilate into
his bloodstream. The warm glow he felt
after guzzling a big mug was something
he remembered from his youth. His cousin
loved to challenge him to drinking contests
on the heathers outside of Aberdeen where
it was easy to get stinking drunk
and pass out where nobody would find
them. Many nights were spent pounding the
bottle back, wretching, then starting over again.
It became a tradition for so many
young lads that an annual get-together was
made a national holiday in 2148 to
commemorate the 28 lads who successfully completed
the Great Edinburgh Drink Off and survived.
Montgomery Scott took the first place prize
when he was in his twenties, impressing
Starfleet, who was looking for hearty men
with incredible alcohol tolerance to be engineers.
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