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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Jun 17th, 2007, 9:56 pm Thread Starter
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A study found that the average Australian walks about 900 miles per year.
Another study found that Australians drink an average of 22 gallons of
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That means on average, Australians get 41 miles per gallon.
Isn't that great?
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Now, THAT'S funny! But Bert, what's the cost of Fosters per gallon versus the cost of gasoline per gallon? You're probably still much more expensive to run than your bike is!
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Now, THAT'S funny! But Bert, what's the cost of Fosters per gallon versus the cost of gasoline per gallon? You're probably still much more expensive to run than your bike is!


Dont give a damn Chuck . As long as they dont stop making the stuff. And only lawyers and poofters drink Fosters. We drink VB (Victoria Bitter, comes in little green cans and mum always said I had to have my greens) same company.
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Well, I certainly wouldn't want to accuse ANYONE of being a lawyer!
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So, I can't really say I've had Fosters. But, if it's like that which Miller brews here in the States, I can understand why you'd opt for something else.



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So, I can't really say I've had Fosters. But, if it's like that which Miller brews here in the States, I can understand why you'd opt for something else.


Just had twelve bottles of foreign beer given to me for my birthday (you must be tired of drinking that same old VB dear)

One bottle was Kilkenny, another was a Miller. Did manage to get the Miller down my throat and the Kilkenny down the sink. She must have not spotted the Coors.

In one of your Legion Clubs they just told me to pull my own beer and not bother them.

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So, I can't really say I've had Fosters. But, if it's like that which Miller brews here in the States, I can understand why you'd opt for something else.
You do know that Miller is owned by SAB? South African Breweries, Ltd.

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