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Originally posted by Maynard Fried-San Maynard Fried-San wrote:

Or perhaps some Mad Dog 20/20 to liven it up a bit!


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Originally posted by Maynard Fried-San Maynard Fried-San wrote:

Or perhaps some Mad Dog 20/20 to liven it up a bit!

You guys got that swill in the UK?

The last time I puked from drinking, I polished off the better portion of a bottle of Mad Dog at the end of a night of drinking. Things were put into motion that could not be undone.

Fittingly, there's an entire site dedicated to bum wines:

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The 14yr old me was partial (well i say partial) to Thunderbird, i prefered the blue label to the red for some reason..

I would often hang outside the 'beer off' waiting for a friendly looking passer by to buy some on my behalf, oddly most folks were more than happy to oblige.

I raised the dosh by having a sideline making homebrew barley wine in my bedroom Rotokeg which i sold to school friends, i would fill them up a 2ltr plastic bottle for £2... it was either that or we sniffed Posca markers LOL
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Why not just drink your own homebrew?
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It was f***ing disgusting!

I would increase the alcohol to max levels (often 16% and above) at the expense of any kind of quality.
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Originally posted by Dr_Heech Dr_Heech wrote:

Top 3 Five pocket Levis repro jeans:

1. Freewheelers 1947
2. Freewheelers 1951
3. CSF 1946


My current top 3 (of 5-pocket Levi’s repro jeans I’ve given considerable wear to) is:

1) Full Count 0105SFS: (technically a 30s model with no crotch rivet) but I removed the cinch, so more of a 50s model. Pros are the beautiful denim and the loose, slightly tapered cut. Cons are the wide-set back pockets and the weak cotton stitching.
2) Studio D’artisan SD-101: not sure if these are considered a 40s or 50s cut. Pros are the fantastic, bullet-proof denim and general construction and flattering cut. No cons at all (although these can be unforgiving if you put on a few pounds at Christmas due to lack of s-t-r-e-t-c-h-a-b-i-l-i-t-y) and I’d prefer to see a slight taper.
3) Warehouse Warren DD-108: I believe these are a 40s cut. Pros are the famous crinkly denim (oxidised in this case) and a very versatile cut that will suit many people. Similar to the SDAs above, no real cons but I’d like to see a slight taper.

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