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2013-04-21 02:15:37 PM

fredklein: ongbok: Gene Masseth Jr.: Wait, are there actually people out there that can't tell if they are drinking water or alcohol?

We were having a small cook out after work at this place that I once worked at, we had the normal stuff, hotdogs and drinks. One of the things we had was Mike's Hard Lemonade. There was one lady that we worked with that came by and grabbed a Mike's and left. Come to find out that she got a ticket because she was pulled over for driving while drinking. She claimed that she didn't know that Mike's Hard Lemonade had alcohol in it.

What'd she think the "hard" (as in "hard alcohol", and as opposed to "soft drinks") meant??


meth drinks
 
2013-04-21 02:25:51 PM
Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

I knew a guy in college who had his bottle of "orange soda" he sipped on all during class.  It was orange soda and vodak, a sort of cheap screwdriver.  Yeah, he was just a bit of an alcoholic.
 
2013-04-21 02:30:53 PM

Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

I knew a guy in college who had his bottle of "orange soda" he sipped on all during class.  It was orange soda and vodak, a sort of cheap screwdriver.  Yeah, he was just a bit of an alcoholic.


Are you kidding me? Putting hard alcohol in "regular" beverage containers is an age old tradition for many occasions: alcohol-free beaches, amusement parks, ball games, camping trips, school talent shows/plays, church events, walking around the mall, etc...
 
2013-04-21 02:37:44 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: News flash beer snobs: not everyone wants to drink the equivalent of a warm pumpernickel smoothie. Some of us normal people like to enjoy an ice cold refreshing beer that goes down smooth and easy after a hard day at work.


No, I totally understand that. But I'll drink a Stella for that. It's what passes for Budweiser in Europe, only it doesn't taste like shiat and come in a 30 pack of cans for 10.99.
 
2013-04-21 02:38:04 PM
Thanks for the heads up about  redirection. It will greatly ease me pr0n consternation.
 
2013-04-21 02:38:13 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

I knew a guy in college who had his bottle of "orange soda" he sipped on all during class.  It was orange soda and vodak, a sort of cheap screwdriver.  Yeah, he was just a bit of an alcoholic.

Are you kidding me? Putting hard alcohol in "regular" beverage containers is an age old tradition for many occasions: alcohol-free beaches, amusement parks, ball games, camping trips, school talent shows/plays, church events, walking around the mall, etc...


Just to fark with the cops I want to put water in a vodak bottle and drink it in public.

/entrapping a pig for the eventual lawsuit is the sophisticated redneck lottery
 
2013-04-21 02:41:03 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

I knew a guy in college who had his bottle of "orange soda" he sipped on all during class.  It was orange soda and vodak, a sort of cheap screwdriver.  Yeah, he was just a bit of an alcoholic.

Are you kidding me? Putting hard alcohol in "regular" beverage containers is an age old tradition for many occasions: alcohol-free beaches, amusement parks, ball games, camping trips, school talent shows/plays, church events, walking around the mall, etc...


Step one- buy a cranberry grapefruit Sobe. Step two- buy a small flack of vodka. Step three- drink a third of the Sobe, replace with vodka. Step four- enjoy in a movie theater because your friend is driving.

^sums up my weekends when I was 21
 
2013-04-21 02:41:38 PM
Er, flask. Stupid phone.
 
2013-04-21 02:43:24 PM

The Voice of Doom: xanadian
Any website that actually displays the article, then YANKS IT AWAY to show a "Please enable Javascript" message is getting NO VIEWS from this guy.

*jabs thumbs at himself*

I'm with you on that.
In case someone else has problems, allow me to highlight the following noscript option:
[i.imgur.com image 604x448]


If yer using Firefox (and not NoScript -- shame on you!) you can always RightClick/InspectElement, locate the offending 'node' and delete it. Harder, but shame on you for not using NoScript.

/Chrome also has an InspectElement function
 
2013-04-21 02:46:51 PM
So... they decided to bottle unfiltered water from the Cuyahoga near the Flats?
 
2013-04-21 02:57:07 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

I knew a guy in college who had his bottle of "orange soda" he sipped on all during class.  It was orange soda and vodak, a sort of cheap screwdriver.  Yeah, he was just a bit of an alcoholic.

Are you kidding me? Putting hard alcohol in "regular" beverage containers is an age old tradition for many occasions: alcohol-free beaches, amusement parks, ball games, camping trips, school talent shows/plays, church events, walking around the mall, etc...

Just to fark with the cops I want to put water in a vodak bottle and drink it in public.

/entrapping a pig for the eventual lawsuit is the sophisticated redneck lottery


You think that's "entrapping a pig"?  You're intentionally going out of your way to give them probable cause to believe you're breaking the law, in hope they'll think you're breaking the law.  You think courts will buy that crap?

I've seen some dumbfarks try stunts like that, courts tend to smack them down hard.
 
2013-04-21 03:16:08 PM

Jon iz teh kewl: "tearing it up on the dance floor"
i can just imagine an asshole getting torn up
while being raped in the bathroom
at a club

now where's my trophy


Autobiographical?
 
2013-04-21 03:18:41 PM
Can't wait for 0 cal Steel Reserve
 
2013-04-21 03:22:40 PM
I always wanted to open a booze/slotmachine shop in the US.

/liquor 'n' lever
 
2013-04-21 03:24:25 PM
Silverstaff: Smeggy Smurf: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

I knew a guy in college who had his bottle of "orange soda" he sipped on all during class.  It was orange soda and vodak, a sort of cheap screwdriver.  Yeah, he was just a bit of an alcoholic.

Are you kidding me? Putting hard alcohol in "regular" beverage containers is an age old tradition for many occasions: alcohol-free beaches, amusement parks, ball games, camping trips, school talent shows/plays, church events, walking around the mall, etc...

Just to fark with the cops I want to put water in a vodak bottle and drink it in public.

/entrapping a pig for the eventual lawsuit is the sophisticated redneck lottery


You think that's "entrapping a pig"?  You're intentionally going out of your way to give them probable cause to believe you're breaking the law, in hope they'll think you're breaking the law.  You think courts will buy that crap?

I've seen some dumbfarks try stunts like that, courts tend to smack them down hard.


You think that's "entrapping a pig drug dealer"?  You're intentionally going out of your way to give them probable cause to believe you're breaking the law cool as hell, in hope they'll think you're breaking the law honorable and good to go.  You think courts homies on the street will buy that crap?
 
2013-04-21 03:27:55 PM

Jon iz teh kewl: "tearing it up on the dance floor"
i can just imagine an asshole getting torn up
while being raped in the bathroom
at a club

now where's my trophy


Oh, ffs. I have no idea why i un-ignored you, but it's mind destroying comments like this that got you ignored in the first place. And a special eff you to the twunt that sponsored you. Especially if you sponsored yourself.

/back on ignore
 
2013-04-21 03:29:14 PM

xanadian: Any website that actually displays the article, then YANKS IT AWAY to show a "Please enable Javascript" message is getting NO VIEWS from this guy.

*jabs thumbs at himself*


that pissed me off too.

open your noscript options, go to the "advanced" tab and select Hide <NOSCRIPT> elements and Forbid META redirections inside <NOSCRIPT> elements.
 
2013-04-21 03:36:13 PM
FARK rebel soldier : You're the guys who allow pages to redirect/reload themselves, aren't you.

That

// my noscript blocked a META refresh inside of a NOSCRIPT element :P
 
2013-04-21 03:37:48 PM
i had really presumed noscript was going to be a section of page code where javascript would not execute as a way to show user-generated markup...

imagine my disappointment.
 
2013-04-21 03:44:17 PM
"Why are you marketing for one gender? For us, that's not consistent with public safety."

I guess they don't sell Virginia Slims either.
 
2013-04-21 03:46:42 PM
Subby comprehension fail.
 
2013-04-21 03:49:21 PM
Many of you still misspell "vodak". Sons/daughters, I am disappoint.
 
2013-04-21 03:50:32 PM
LookForTheArrow : i had really presumed noscript was going to be a section of page code where javascript would not execute as a way to show user-generated markup...

It's not javascript, it's a meta refresh.

<noscript>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1; URL=/apps/pbcs.dll/misc?url=/static/noscript.htm">
</noscript>

// I haven't done heavy web dev in a while, so I can't recall if scripting is technically allowed in a noscript block.

Since that block is rendered if you have scripting turned off, a script inside the block wouldn't run.

And if you have scripting turned on, that block won't get rendered. So even if you could technically put scripting inside of a noscript block, it wouldn't be effective (barring any implementation bugs)).
 
2013-04-21 03:59:03 PM

lordargent: LookForTheArrow : i had really presumed noscript was going to be a section of page code where javascript would not execute as a way to show user-generated markup...

It's not javascript, it's a meta refresh.

<noscript>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1; URL=/apps/pbcs.dll/misc?url=/static/noscript.htm">
</noscript>

// I haven't done heavy web dev in a while, so I can't recall if scripting is technically allowed in a noscript block.

Since that block is rendered if you have scripting turned off, a script inside the block wouldn't run.

And if you have scripting turned on, that block won't get rendered. So even if you could technically put scripting inside of a noscript block, it wouldn't be effective (barring any implementation bugs)).



Thank you, but I am on the level about it.. i was tangenting about the noscript tag. I'm a developer who doesn't want to link his fark account to anything else so i wont bring up anythin' specific but security was on my mind some time back and when i came across this tag, i interpretted what it was wrong. just sharing that for no reason... i'd rather have the no-execution feature ;-p
 
2013-04-21 04:06:45 PM

uttertosh: Jon iz teh kewl: "tearing it up on the dance floor"
i can just imagine an asshole getting torn up
while being raped in the bathroom
at a club

now where's my trophy

Oh, ffs. I have no idea why i un-ignored you, but it's mind destroying comments like this that got you ignored in the first place. And a special eff you to the twunt that sponsored you. Especially if you sponsored yourself.

/back on ignore


He also votes for himself. You will notice that he is on the "funniest" list.
 
2013-04-21 04:19:31 PM
Vodka. Now I feel better, ignoring yet another dumbass FARK meme.
 
2013-04-21 04:31:06 PM

Dragonflew: He also votes for himself


I've long been a proponent of fark following the "You can't vote for yourself. Not yours" style of other sites. I usually mentally subtract a 1 from all scores here.
 
2013-04-21 04:55:35 PM

Dragonflew: uttertosh: Jon iz teh kewl: "tearing it up on the dance floor"
i can just imagine an asshole getting torn up
while being raped in the bathroom
at a club

now where's my trophy

Oh, ffs. I have no idea why i un-ignored you, but it's mind destroying comments like this that got you ignored in the first place. And a special eff you to the twunt that sponsored you. Especially if you sponsored yourself.

/back on ignore

He also votes for himself. You will notice that he is on the "funniest" list.


Eh, I'm a fan.
 
2013-04-21 05:12:02 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Eh, I'm a fan.


well, we don't expect much from floridians here, so... fan away, i guess..
 
2013-04-21 05:57:42 PM

Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?


Nothing stops anybody from doing it, which is why people do it all the farking time. It's hard to qualify as an alcoholic if you  haven't done this on occasion.

I had this explained to me by a highly amused third party after a conversation with a friend that went like this:

"Hey, can I have that last little swig of water in your bottle?"
"Uh, no. It has my germs."
"I don't care about that, I'm just really thir--"
"JESUS FARKING CHRIST, I SAID NO ALREADY."
 
2013-04-21 06:06:23 PM
Just write BOOZE on it like VOSS bottles.
 
2013-04-21 06:15:30 PM
Im not supporting the article, but drinks that hide their ABV can be problematic. I started drinking again recently after 2 or 3 years off the liquor bottle due to health issues. I went straight to drinking my Double IPAs instead, which I forgot are ~9% ABV, and without my solid booze tolerance from the day. On my grand return, after a couple years abstinence, I savored the taste that much more, and drank them quite fast just because they were so damn delicious. In the time it took my buddies to get down 3 or 4 Millers deep and feel a slight buzz at ~4% ABV, I was 4+ bottles into a hopgasm at 9% ABV. These things absolutely lack a sense of alcohol strength; especially some west coast IPA; not the slightest alcohol tinge when your tongue is enduring a hop assault. I took the 6er out in less than an hour, like my water beer drinking brethren, but I had imbibed at least twice as much booze in the same amount of time.

It was the first time I was drunk off a single six pack since I was 15 or 16. I played loud music and got boisterous. My coworkers were telling me I couldnt handle my beer. I couldnt even argue; I was doing the "you gotta listen to THIS playlist!" thing on Youtube. Ive since cut it down to 3 Double IPAs per work night, which somehow still gets me buzzing. I have to consciously remind myself: slow down man, thats your 3rd one. This aint no Bud Light. I dont even remember why I started on the strong beer thing now, but when you are unaware, a smooth high ABV drink can cause problems.

/Had a few double IPAs on my hike, and will probably have something to sleep it off if I plow through more than the 6er
//I feel like I am getting old
 
2013-04-21 06:29:51 PM
If only there were some symbol that could be placed prominently on a bottle to denote the presence of alcohol.

www.wikisymbol.com

www.wikisymbol.com

www.wikisymbol.com
 
2013-04-21 07:14:28 PM

Dragonflew: uttertosh: Jon iz teh kewl: "tearing it up on the dance floor"
i can just imagine an asshole getting torn up
while being raped in the bathroom
at a club

now where's my trophy

Oh, ffs. I have no idea why i un-ignored you, but it's mind destroying comments like this that got you ignored in the first place. And a special eff you to the twunt that sponsored you. Especially if you sponsored yourself.

/back on ignore

He also votes for himself. You will notice that he is on the "funniest" list.


There's a funniest list? I didn't notice any effect ever from clicking funny on people's posts.
 
2013-04-21 07:17:17 PM

semiotix: Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

Nothing stops anybody from doing it, which is why people do it all the farking time. It's hard to qualify as an alcoholic if you  haven't done this on occasion.

I had this explained to me by a highly amused third party after a conversation with a friend that went like this:

"Hey, can I have that last little swig of water in your bottle?"
"Uh, no. It has my germs."
"I don't care about that, I'm just really thir--"
"JESUS FARKING CHRIST, I SAID NO ALREADY."


I lol'd then srs'd.

PSA for fellow drinkers: Vodka does in fact have a smell, and said chum maybe have been looking to take a belt from the stash.
 
2013-04-21 07:23:19 PM

StinkyFiddlewinks: Just write BOOZE on it like VOSS bottles.


There is a white wine called Voga that comes in a Voss knockoff bottle.
 
2013-04-21 09:20:04 PM

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Jon iz teh kewl: "tearing it up on the dance floor"
i can just imagine an asshole getting torn up
while being raped in the bathroom
at a club

now where's my trophy



That's some imagination you got there.


Liquid Rape
 
2013-04-21 09:31:12 PM

The Voice of Doom: xanadian
Any website that actually displays the article, then YANKS IT AWAY to show a "Please enable Javascript" message is getting NO VIEWS from this guy.

*jabs thumbs at himself*

I'm with you on that.
In case someone else has problems, allow me to highlight the following noscript option:
[i.imgur.com image 604x448]


you farking rock.

Thank you.
 
2013-04-22 12:27:57 AM

Silverstaff: Smeggy Smurf: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Silverstaff: Crazy thought, what's to stop somebody from just mixing water and either vodak or a white rum and putting it in a water bottle and just walking around with it, calling it their "bottled water"?

I knew a guy in college who had his bottle of "orange soda" he sipped on all during class.  It was orange soda and vodak, a sort of cheap screwdriver.  Yeah, he was just a bit of an alcoholic.

Are you kidding me? Putting hard alcohol in "regular" beverage containers is an age old tradition for many occasions: alcohol-free beaches, amusement parks, ball games, camping trips, school talent shows/plays, church events, walking around the mall, etc...

Just to fark with the cops I want to put water in a vodak bottle and drink it in public.

/entrapping a pig for the eventual lawsuit is the sophisticated redneck lottery

You think that's "entrapping a pig"?  You're intentionally going out of your way to give them probable cause to believe you're breaking the law, in hope they'll think you're breaking the law.  You think courts will buy that crap?

I've seen some dumbfarks try stunts like that, courts tend to smack them down hard.


Depends.  Are the pigs going to kick the shiat out of you for merely drinking water?  The repeated Fark stories say they will.  Thus lawsuit.
 
2013-04-22 02:21:24 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: News flash beer snobs: not everyone wants to drink the equivalent of a warm pumpernickel smoothie. Some of us normal people like to enjoy an ice cold refreshing beer that goes down smooth and easy after a hard day at work.


Hey, some of us abnormal people enjoy enjoy ice cold refreshing beer too!
 
2013-04-22 01:37:37 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: News flash beer snobs: not everyone wants to drink the equivalent of a warm pumpernickel smoothie. Some of us normal people like to enjoy an ice cold refreshing beer that goes down smooth and easy after a hard day at work.


As a beer connoisseur, I agree that a light lager can be good.  Bud/Miller/Coors, however, is not.
 
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