Saturday, March 13, 2010

Weekend Reflections – Green Beer

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25 comments:

  1. Oh, unholy hell! Don't even say "green beer." Back in 1992 I got bombed on green beer and cactus juice and ended up curled around a toilet. When I staggered out in the morning, I ended up puking behind a 7-11. To this day I can still remember how horrible I felt.

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  2. Green beer. Hmmm. I must not be Irish enough to want it. *smiles*

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  3. Cheesemeister: I have heard many such horror stories, so I do steer clear of the unnatural stuff.

    Susan: No one is Irish enough.

    Michelle: Only for tourist Irish.

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  4. Green beer instigates thoughts of St Patrick's Day.;))
    Have a lovely weekend,
    xoxo
    Zuzana

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  5. I've always wondered about that - real Irish beer isn't green.

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  6. I've alwasy liked seeing the green beer, but drinking is another thing.

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  7. Wow..wild..beautiful! very cool!
    Kiki~

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  8. :)
    I don't do green BEER - or any other color for that matter ... but we do eat lots of green! And wear it too... We have NO Irish Pubs in this county though... about the closest we can come is the Green Turtle!!! LOL!

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  9. I love green beer. It taste like beer! LOL

    But then I am Irish so I like all beer, but I'm partial to green HA

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  10. you know what happens when you drink green beer...yep...

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  11. You've got me staring at windows looking for reflections.

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  12. wow, that's a lot of reflection there in those windows.
    never had the opportunity to taste green beer (what on earth is that anyway? wait, i guess i can google it)

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  13. Excellent Nessa and so appropriate :) Well done :)

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  14. Really Nessa?
    You ever drank it before,
    sounds too vegetarian for me!
    sorry, I know, I am so wicked!

    hugs
    shakira

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  15. I swear that I have seen that bar before! Where is it located?

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  16. Not possible to be Irish enough! What a fun shot.

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  17. Love those windows!

    I can never remember what dates are coming up when I do these memes and scheduled posts -- I love that you remembered St. Patrick's Day was coming! (I'll remember sometime on the 16th...lol)

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  18. Green beer is certainly an interesting concept. I've never tried it though.

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  19. I haven't drank green beer but I've sure mixed a lot for others to drink.

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  20. Mmmm...green beer. I think I'll be drinking some of that this Wednesday!

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  21. Nice pic. The balloons stand out more for me than the reflections, which are subtle.

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  22. Lovely reflection! The green balloons really draw my attention. Have a wonderful week, Nessa :)

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  23. Protege: One more day.

    Secret Agent Woman: No real beer is green.

    Jeanie: Actually, I've never even seen one.

    Kiki: Thanks.

    Melli: There is never a problem finding a pub where i live.

    Realliveman: Tomorrow is my husband's favorite day. He's Irish too.

    Brian Miller: And that's when the hysterical screaming starts.

    Alice Audrey: Sort of like fun house mirrors.

    Juiana: Some bars add food coloring for St. Patrick's Day.

    Thom: Thanks.

    Shakira: That's funny. Beer is very vegetarian, though.

    Otin: A small town called Palmyra, NJ.

    Sandy carlson: So true.

    Susan at Stony River: Tomorrow. Set your alarm.

    Shelley Munro: I suppose it looks pretty.

    Ronda Laveen: A neon green margarita is tasty.

    Hey Harriet: Just have a nice lager or two.

    Weirsdo: If I knew how to work my Corel program I would have made it all black and white with just the green baloons.

    Rosidah Abidin: They do stand out.

    Noe Noe Girl: Sláinte!

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