Drinking is not a bad thing; in fact it is for the high-spirited who knows how to live life.
Let’s promptly associate the title with nonchalant high regularity and leave out the mean losers who need to save that little extra money and also those opportunists who only drink when invited to a party. Men who don’t drink belong to mars and must be monitored and supervised for abnormal behavior and lack of enthusiasm. By now you have probably shoved me in the coveted drunk-ignorant-good-for-nothing group. I accept it with both arms because I am happier.
What a wonderful feeling to just let go of yourself and explore others’ inner secrets and tell yours while sipping whisky? If you feel you kicked it a little too much the next day, what a brilliant cliché to land, “I don’t remember anything of what I said yesterday mates.” Further a few right questions can instantly distinguish friend or foe while downing the modern elixir. Who needs a lie detector?
Study has proven that wise visits to the pub will help men live longer. We blokes take that extra peg just to let others finish their story and of course it gets chilly here at night so in other words, “One for the road.” If you ask a normal guy, what is the most memorable day you had in life, there is a good chance that his activity started with a drink, thereby proving the indispensable companionship and rendering critics defenseless. Whatever for contentment of one and all? Some of the love affairs simply may not have happened had it not been for the spiritual poetry and prose bestowed, to otherwise silent souls, by these genies in the bottles.
“People drink to hide and drown in their sorrows,” say the sober community which according to me is, utter crap. I think it is better to have a beer and sleep well than dwell over it the whole night. Also, free swearing at your friends relieves stress. Quantity is the key here. Just don’t tip over because it’s the moments before that happens that are the most brilliant. If you haven’t noticed, try singing. Doesn’t your voice sound better and better? It provides for socialization unlimited. So bottoms up friends, time for another round. Here is a chance for non-drinkers of not feeling like an outcast. Grab yourself a beer and let loose.
Just remember these mantras because all cults are supposed to have some guiding principle. Don’t drink and drive. Don’t lose control. Don’t get addicted. Eat good food and drink well folks. And if you are thinking about quitting, don’t, because abstaining is a serious cause of heart attacks. Finally, collect money until you have enough to buy, because credit and alcohol don’t mix well.
From the little survey we conducted among our in-house staff, this is the result of the “Top Five” beer consumed:
1. Carlsberg: As the name is too common among beer lovers, some would even consider it the world’s No. 1 beer. Carlsberg is a Danish beer brewed by the Carlsberg Group. Its alcohol content is 5.0%.
2. Heineken: Heineken is a Dutch beer which has been brewed by Heineken International since 1873. The beer is available in a 4.6% alcohol variety in different parts of the world.
3. Budweiser: Budweiser is a German adjective describing someone or something from the city of Budweis, in Southern Bohemia, Czech Republic. In 1876, an American brewer Anheuser-Busch started making a beer called Budweiser. The alcohol content of this beer is 4.7%.
4. Tuborg: Tuborg is also a Danish beer brewed by Carlsberg Group since 1970. It sells a variety of beers in 31 different countries including – Tuborg Green, Tuborg Lemon, Tuborg Gold and so on. Its alcohol content is 5.8%.
5. San Miguel: San Miguel beer is the most popular beer in the Philippines and is also considered one of the leading brands in the world. The alcohol level of this beer is 5.0%.