- Funny Beer Picture - Grolsch Disaster
- Classic Funny Beer Pictures
- Beer and Booze Jokes
- Runaway Beer
- Assorted Drinking Jokes
- Start Drinking Young - Funny Beer Pics
- Son Soon Learns the Taste for Beer
- Solar Beer Power
Another Ugley Beer AccidentIsn't it funny how history repeats itself? In February 2009, over three hundred aluminium beer kegs fell of a lorry, the resulting mayhem caused the police to close the M11 motorway. While it is true that the accident happened just outside the village of Ugley in Essex, England, the rumour that beer was lapped-up in half an hour by a passing bus load of Irish rugby fans, is not true. It took them 4 hours.
A Wife Sends Her Husband to a Grocery Store:"And don't forget to buy the milk, do you hear me?!" "I hear you..." "And take the low fat one, don't mix up!" "Take it easy, I won't..." "And don't buy wine instead, like you did the last time, do you remember?!" "Of course I remember..." "And no beer, like the time before that, understand?!" "I do, I do...." "Well, go then!" ... Ten minutes later in the grocery store: "What did she tell me to buy - was it wine or beer? Oh, well, I'll better take both, just in case."
Paradise Gained or Paradise Lost?A number of runaway barrels caused mayhem after a brewery dray dropped its load in a quiet Somerset village. About 100 metal kegs, barrels and bottles rolled into gardens in Pecking Mill, near Shepton Mallet, battering flower displays and spraying beer over nearby homes. The accident is thought to have caused damage worth thousands of pounds, and left residents in shock. The 14-metre articulated lorry toppled while taking a sharp bend on the A371, a stretch of road known locally as an accident black spot.
- My wife drives me to drink. You're lucky, mine makes me walk.
- A hangover is the wrath of grapes.
- Is gym the new Après-Ski?
- I drink to make other people interesting: George Jean Nathan.
Drinking LessonWill was trying to teach his young son the evils of alcohol. He put one worm in a glass of water and another worm in a glass of whisky. The worm in the water lived, while the one in the whisky curled up and died. 'All right, son', asked Will, 'what does that show you?' 'Well, Dad, it shows that if you drink alcohol, you will not have worms.'
Did You Know? In the middle ages in the UK, "nunchion" was the word for liquid lunches. It is probable that it originated from a combination of the words "noon scheken", or noon drinking. In those days, a large chunk of bread was called lunch. So if you ate bread with your nunchion, [nuncheon] you had what we still today call a luncheon.