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    The collective Minnesota / Wisconsin / North Dakota drunk thread

    Because it's too difficult to find the appropriate one when you need it.

    Our pilot episode. I'm gonna guess that New York Mills makes Mankato look like Paris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Because it's too difficult to find the appropriate one when you need it.

    Our pilot episode. I'm gonna guess that New York Mills makes Mankato look like Paris.
    How the hell could he have a valid drivers license when arrested? Sure it was restricted but still. That's not right.

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    Re: The collective Minnesota / Wisconsin / North Dakota drunk thread

    How dare you lump us in with those cretins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Because it's too difficult to find the appropriate one when you need it.

    Our pilot episode. I'm gonna guess that New York Mills makes Mankato look like Paris.
    If your middle name is Ray, Lee or LeRoy, there is a 91.332% chance you have spent or will spend time behind bars. You can look it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJHovey View Post
    If your middle name is Ray, Lee or LeRoy, there is a 91.332% chance you have spent or will spend time behind bars. You can look it up.
    I knew a white guy in college whose first name was Leroy. What are his odds? Mind you, this was SCSU, so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    I knew a white guy in college whose first name was Leroy. What are his odds? Mind you, this was SCSU, so...
    I found a pretty good one. From Wisconsin, to keep with the theme. It looks like the Asian more than outweighed the Leroy.
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    Re: The collective Minnesota / Wisconsin / North Dakota drunk thread

    The drunkest cities in the US:

    #1 Green Bay
    #2 Eau Claire
    #3 Appleton
    #4 Madison
    #6 Oshkosh
    #9 Wausau
    #10 Lacrosse

    I think WI just ran out of cities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slap shot View Post
    how dare you lump us in with those cretins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Because it's too difficult to find the appropriate one when you need it.

    Our pilot episode. I'm gonna guess that New York Mills makes Mankato look like Paris.
    You have something to say about Mankato?

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    I was extremely hammered at a wedding this weekend if it helps.

    Open bar, over 10 brandy old fashioneds.

    I was escorted to my hotel room by friends, and I evidently texted that I was "alive" within minutes of them literally walking me to the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5mn_Major View Post
    The drunkest cities in the US:

    #1 Green Bay
    #2 Eau Claire
    #3 Appleton
    #4 Madison
    #6 Oshkosh
    #9 Wausau
    #10 Lacrosse

    I think WI just ran out of cities.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ica/347923001/

    I always love these.

    They consider binge drinking like having 2 or 3 drinks in a day. Never mind if like me that happens maybe once a week. Maybe.


    A can of Coke is gonna yield 3 drinks. So when I start, I'm committing to at least that many.

    I'm fully functional at twice that many.


    When I go out to dinner... if I drink... I'm gonna have at least two.

    But that's binge drinking?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 5mn_Major View Post
    The drunkest cities in the US:

    #1 Green Bay
    #2 Eau Claire
    #3 Appleton
    #4 Madison
    #6 Oshkosh
    #9 Wausau
    #10 Lacrosse

    I think WI just ran out of cities.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ica/347923001/
    LaCrosse can't be taking that well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burd View Post
    LaCrosse can't be taking that well.

    They lost a lot of their talent when my crew phased out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gurtholfin View Post
    They lost a lot of their talent when my crew phased out.
    Moved, you mean? You got Madison up to #4, didn't you?

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    Re: The collective Minnesota / Wisconsin / North Dakota drunk thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Gurtholfin View Post
    I always love these.

    They consider binge drinking like having 2 or 3 drinks in a day. Never mind if like me that happens maybe once a week. Maybe.


    A can of Coke is gonna yield 3 drinks. So when I start, I'm committing to at least that many.

    I'm fully functional at twice that many.


    When I go out to dinner... if I drink... I'm gonna have at least two.

    But that's binge drinking?


    Pansies.
    You need a bigger cup. I've got a big mug and mix drinks with a full can. So that means it only counts as one.

    Number of drinks out at dinner can depend how expensive the drinks are because that's usually the time for specialty cocktails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiggsy View Post
    You need a bigger cup. I've got a big mug and mix drinks with a full can. So that means it only counts as one.

    Number of drinks out at dinner can depend how expensive the drinks are because that's usually the time for specialty cocktails.

    Well played.


    My mixed drinks are always in a tumbler - don't like tall drinks coz they tend to get flat or watered down before I'm done.

    2-3 fingers of booze and 1-2 fingers of Coke. Lots of ice - I want it cold.


    I don't do specialty cocktails when out. I'll have a marg with Mexi and sometimes a beer with fish fry or pizza and even a glass of wine if appropriate oh yeah and maybe a tropical drink if out for Caribbean food...

    Maybe I do get specialty drinks sometimes.


    The vast majority of the time though, I get a rum or whiskey (Canadian) and Coke.


    A Mexican coffee after dinner can be quite nice too.
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    Re: The collective Minnesota / Wisconsin / North Dakota drunk thread

    Not necessarily drunk.
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    Re: The collective Minnesota / Wisconsin / North Dakota drunk thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Not necessarily drunk.
    The mug shot looks like something that would come from the Onion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gurtholfin View Post
    Well played.


    My mixed drinks are always in a tumbler - don't like tall drinks coz they tend to get flat or watered down before I'm done.

    2-3 fingers of booze and 1-2 fingers of Coke. Lots of ice - I want it cold.


    I don't do specialty cocktails when out. I'll have a marg with Mexi and sometimes a beer with fish fry or pizza and even a glass of wine if appropriate oh yeah and maybe a tropical drink if out for Caribbean food...

    Maybe I do get specialty drinks sometimes.


    The vast majority of the time though, I get a rum or whiskey (Canadian) and Coke.


    A Mexican coffee after dinner can be quite nice too.
    Whoa. I got a long way to go before I can handle that. Looks like I got some work to do. Something to strive for, which is good because I need a goal.

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