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Jim Brooking

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Aug 27, 1990, 9:50:38 PM8/27/90
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In article <3...@happym.wa.com>, i...@happym.wa.com (Irving Wolfe) writes:
> Yeah. Everyone know the best of the non-microbrewery beers is Coors. If you
> aren't going to drink Coors, you might as well drink Chimay Red. The cost
> ain't comparable, but it _is_ better! Otherwise, drink Coors.

You've got to be kidding. Colorado Koolaid? HA! Have some more quiche,
girls. Coors is to beer as Yugo is to Automobile: a pale shadow of an
attempt to emulate. And Coors Light? Well, dishwater watered down by
dishwater at best. Yecccch! Take it to alt.leave.it.to.beaver or
somewhere! AWFUL!

OB Joke:

Oxymoron: Coors Beer

HAHAHAHAHAHA. HAHAHA. HA. And my the fleas of 10**5 camels infest your
pubic hairs!
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Aug 28, 1990, 3:55:36 PM8/28/90
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In article <28...@netnews.upenn.edu> dep...@eniac.seas.upenn.edu (Jeff DePolo) writes:

>... it's no wonder that most American beers
>taste like piss.

Yes, but whose piss do they taste like? And how do you know?!*}

Jeff DePolo

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Aug 28, 1990, 2:24:50 PM8/28/90
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In article <70...@alvin.mcnc.org> broo...@mcnc.org (Jim Brooking) writes:
>In article <3...@happym.wa.com>, i...@happym.wa.com (Irving Wolfe) writes:
>> Yeah. Everyone know the best of the non-microbrewery beers is Coors.
>
>You've got to be kidding. Colorado Koolaid? HA! Have some more quiche,
>girls. Coors is to beer as Yugo is to Automobile: a pale shadow of an
>attempt to emulate. And Coors Light? Well, dishwater watered down by
>dishwater at best. Yecccch! Take it to alt.leave.it.to.beaver or
>somewhere! AWFUL!

Didja notice this guy didn't say what he drank? Probably Buttwiper.

Coors is one of the few decent brewers in the USA as far as I'm concerned.
Where else can you find a beer brewed with spring water, brewed, bottled,
and packaged all within the same complex, shipped out within 16 minutes
of being packaged, kept under refrigeration the entire time it's en
route, and has a brewer-imposed shelf duration that's less than half that
of any other major brewery in the USA? I've toured the Anheuser-Busch
plants in Ft. Collins and in St. Louis. By the looks of their breweries
and the cleanliness inside, it's no wonder that most American beers
taste like piss.

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Jim Brooking

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Aug 28, 1990, 8:28:47 PM8/28/90
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>
In article <28...@netnews.upenn.edu>, dep...@eniac.seas.upenn.edu (Jeff DePolo) writes:
> In article <70...@alvin.mcnc.org> broo...@mcnc.org (Jim Brooking) writes:
> >
> > Coors == pisswater (Thanks, lara)

> >
>
> Didja notice this guy didn't say what he drank? Probably Buttwiper.
Never touch it!
>
> (Various claims about Coors manufacturing process deleted)
>
Just goes to show the end isn't justified by the means!

I've toured the Anheuser-Busch
> plants in Ft. Collins and in St. Louis. By the looks of their breweries
> and the cleanliness inside, it's no wonder that most American beers
> taste like piss.

...including, of course, Coors.

Jeff DePolo

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Aug 29, 1990, 1:21:55 AM8/29/90
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Cindy Crawford's.

Richard Barry Shrum

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Aug 29, 1990, 5:22:54 PM8/29/90
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Reminds me of what one of Monty Python's troup (Eric Idle, I
believe) said:

Q: What does American beer have in common with having sex in
a rowboat?

A: They're both fucking close to water!


***Rick***
ps Does ne1 remember the name of the beer the McKinzey (sp?) were
involved with in _Strange_Brew_?

R.

Ken Berger

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Aug 29, 1990, 12:56:17 PM8/29/90
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In article <70...@alvin.mcnc.org> broo...@mcnc.org (Jim Brooking) writes:
>>


Some of my all time fav names for well known commercial brews...

coors = "sewers"

schlitz = "shits" as in it gives me the...

someone already mentioned buttwiper

how about "spud beer"

michalob = "gives me a load"
= "frontal lob"

busch = "i want some bush" (if she's offering you one)

rainer = "rain dog"
= "traineer" beer
= "raindeer"

oly = "holy"

give me a microbrew any day. full sail, widmier , ruby, sunset

jeremy c ronsen

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Aug 29, 1990, 2:03:54 PM8/29/90
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A boy sat under the Anheuser Busch,
The rain, 'twas coming down in Schlitz,
He rose a sad Budweiser boy,
Pabst yes, Pabst no, Pabst yes.


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John Kerenyi

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Aug 29, 1990, 3:02:28 PM8/29/90
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In article <28...@netnews.upenn.edu> dep...@eniac.seas.upenn.edu (Jeff DePolo) writes:
> [couple of extraneous headers deleted]

>>>... it's no wonder that most American beers
>>>taste like piss.
>>
>>Yes, but whose piss do they taste like? And how do you know?!*}
>
>Cindy Crawford's.
>...

Why do you bring up Cindy Crawford? The reason I ask is because I've met
her, and she doesn't strike me as the kind of gal whose piss tastes like
American beer... :-)

John Kerenyi

William (Bill) Mayne

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Aug 29, 1990, 3:21:20 PM8/29/90
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In article <56...@vice.ICO.TEK.COM> ke...@vice.ICO.TEK.COM (Ken Berger) writes:
>
>busch = "i want some bush" (if she's offering you one)
>

Woman cusomer to male bar tender: I'll have a lite beer.
Bartender: Anhauser (sp?) Busch?
Woman: Fine. And how is your dick?

Seriously, of the widely distributed domestic brews I'd say Samuel Adams
can justify their claim to be the best beer brewed in America. At or least
its a viable contender. But it cost just as much as imports (more than some.)

Of the main stream less expensive beers I think Rolling Rock is one of
the most under-rated. But what do I know? One of my favorite cheap
brews is the domestic version of Carling Black Label. I actually
prefer it to many of the so called "premium" domestic brews. The pricing
suggests to me brewers must go to extra effort to make most domestics so
tasteless. I actually brew most of the beer I consume myself.

Is there a rec.beer newgroup we should be cross posting to?

Timothy G. Avery

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Aug 29, 1990, 3:42:02 PM8/29/90
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BUDDUMMER - Bud don't make ya wiser, it makes ya dumber!

BUSCH - I'll have a cold beer... or a warm bush!

Milwaukee's Best -- Try harder.

Old Mill -- Old Swill

Jeff DePolo

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Aug 29, 1990, 4:34:04 PM8/29/90
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In article <1...@ncuug.UUCP> ra...@ncuug.UUCP (Ray Randolph) writes:
>> [blah blah blah]
>
>Yeah I find it amusing that Coors set up their second brewery on the east
>coast. Since they couldn't claim that the water they used there came from
>'A rocky mountain spring' they simply named a nearby hill, which they owned,
>Rocky mountain, and then continued to call it 'Rocky mountain spring water'.

Where is this second brewery? I live in Denver and frequent the Coors
plant. I was just there about 3 weeks ago and they still say on the
tour that it's the one and only Coors plant in the U.S. Note that
in Canada that Molson produces some of the Coors that is sold. That's
why Coors says that the Golden brewery is the only one in the U.S.

>Being shipped within 16 minutes is irrelevant, as AB has MORE breweries,
>and doesn't have to ship their beer nearly as far as coors does, hence,
>the beer you get from AB will STILL probably be more fresh than that
>from Coors, unless maybe you live in Golden.

Distance doesn't matter. It takes 28 hours to drive from Golden, CO
to the east coast. 28 hours of driving under refrigeration is a heck
of a lot better than 10 hours under no refrigeration plus warehousing
time.

BTW, there is a liquor store 3 blocks from the Coors plant that says
"Freshest Coors Anywhere" on it. Not true, either. You get 2 free
mugs of beer when you tour the brewery. I have to say that the beer
inside the brewery tastes incredibly good. Not sure why, but it does.

>Your comment on cleanliness confuses me. As I've understood Coors has
>had problems all along with health inspectors and health department
>personel. In fact, it was just last week when they were accused
>(correctly or not, I do not know) of dumping various nasties in Clear
>Creek. I too have toured both plants, and find the Fort Collins plant
>MUCH more clean.

I've lived in Denver for over 6 years and have never heard of a case
of Coors being accused of health violations. The only thing I remember
is the mouse-in-the-can story, that was proven a fraud. I don't think
a brewery with the size and reputation of Coors would be dumb enough
to dump waste into Clear Creek. Clear Creek isn't exactly the size
of the Mississippi. I toured the AB brewery soon after it opened.
Although the Coors plant is older and shows some signs of age while
th AB plant is only 2 (?) years old, from what I saw, the impression
I got was Coors had more strict cleanliness rules than did AB.

By the way, the Coors tour is more enjoyable, in my opinion. Also,
if you just want to go to the gift shop/bar area, you can opt to take
the "short tour" and they'll let you. Most of my tours have been
of this nature :-)

I know, I know. Take this discussion somewhere else. Gladly. Send
replies directly. I'm not out to start a flame war.

Here's the joke:

How many Irismen does it take to change a lightbulb?

Five. One to hold the lightbulb and four to drink until the room spins.

--- Jeff

paul.a.bouchard

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Aug 29, 1990, 6:40:36 PM8/29/90
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In article <28...@netnews.upenn.edu> dep...@eniac.seas.upenn.edu (Jeff DePolo) writes:
>
>Coors is one of the few decent brewers in the USA as far as I'm concerned.
>Where else can you find a beer brewed with spring water, brewed, bottled,
>and packaged all within the same complex, shipped out within 16 minutes
>of being packaged, kept under refrigeration the entire time it's en
>route, and has a brewer-imposed shelf duration that's less than half that
>of any other major brewery in the USA? I've toured the Anheuser-Busch
>plants in Ft. Collins and in St. Louis. By the looks of their breweries
>and the cleanliness inside, it's no wonder that most American beers
>taste like piss.
>
Many "Microbrewers" (a dumb term for owners of microbreweries) refer to
Coors, and most other American "premium" beers as "wet air" {:-)}

I agree, though, that Coors is better than Bladderweiser!

BACS Data Communications Group

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Aug 29, 1990, 5:24:18 PM8/29/90
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ron...@acsu.buffalo.edu (jeremy c ronsen) writes:

>A boy sat under the Anheuser Busch,
>The rain, 'twas coming down in Schlitz,
>He rose a sad Budweiser boy,
>Pabst yes, Pabst no, Pabst yes.


BEER
by Joyce Kiljoy

I think that I shall never hear
A poem lovelier than beer.
The stuff that Joe's Bar has on tap,
With golden base and snowy cap.
The stuff that I can drink all day
Until my mem'ry melts away.
Poems are made by fools, I fear
But only Schlitz can make a beer.

-- _MAD_ c. 1960

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Kevin D. Quitt

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Aug 29, 1990, 8:27:44 PM8/29/90
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I had a boss from Czechoslovakia, who happened to be an expert at
appraising beer. He loved Coors. He told me "It's not beer, but it's
good".

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Thaddeus Konar

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Aug 30, 1990, 11:58:16 AM8/30/90
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> I had a boss from Czechoslovakia, who happened to be an expert at
> appraising beer. He loved Coors. He told me "It's not beer, but it's
> good".

A friend of mine from Germany loves hamburgers. He told me "It's not beer,

but it's good".

Thaddeus Konar
Thad...@cv.hp.com

Andy Soravilla

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Aug 30, 1990, 3:39:41 PM8/30/90
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In article <71...@eos.UUCP> sh...@eos.UUCP (Richard Barry Shrum) writes:

*>ps Does ne1 remember the name of the beer the McKinzey (sp?) were
*> involved with in _Strange_Brew_?

Elsinore?

Dave Polakowski

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Aug 31, 1990, 10:38:19 AM8/31/90
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In article <28...@netnews.upenn.edu> dep...@eniac.seas.upenn.edu (Jeff DePolo) writes:
>
>Where is this second brewery? I live in Denver and frequent the Coors
>plant. I was just there about 3 weeks ago and they still say on the
>tour that it's the one and only Coors plant in the U.S. Note that
>in Canada that Molson produces some of the Coors that is sold. That's
>why Coors says that the Golden brewery is the only one in the U.S.
>
I believe the second "brewery" is in Tenessee, but I seem to remember that
at this time it is only a packaging plant. The Golden plant brews the stuff
and ships in bulk to the Tennessee plant, where it's packaged and shipped
to us mortals.

I also seem to remember that Coors was going to revise their label to say
"Brewed with pure mountain spring water," dropping the "Rocky" when the
new plant actually began brewing. Renaming the local mountain is news
to me.

For my 2 C<backspace>/ worth, I really liked Coor's Herman Joseph's, but
they quit brewing it at the beginning of this year. My private stash has
finally run out. :-(

OK, joke: Bumper sticker seen on a van:

I CAN READ YOUR MIND, AND YOU
OUGHT TO BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF!


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John G. Daneau,,,

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Sep 1, 1990, 1:50:12 PM9/1/90
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Who really cares which american brew is best. They are all like making love
in a canoe....F*ckin' close to water. The only real beer is only sold in
Germany and is not the import swill that you buy in the grocery store. The
next best thing is what we bring over the border from Canada, not imported,
what we carry over ourselves.

dumo the drunken.
WHY? --

Steve Cirian

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In article <56...@vice.ICO.TEK.COM>, ke...@vice.ICO.TEK.COM (Ken Berger) writes:
>
> coors = "sewers"
> (stuff deleted)

Old Style = old pile, or old vile, brewed in the old world way know as
poisoning

Blatz = Blatz (enough said)

Old Mill = Old Swill


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Jeff DePolo

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In article <1...@einstein.eds.com> cir...@einstein.eds.com (Steve Cirian) writes:
>In article <56...@vice.ICO.TEK.COM>, ke...@vice.ICO.TEK.COM (Ken Berger) writes:
>>
>> coors = "sewers"
>> (stuff deleted)
>
>Old Style = old pile, or old vile, brewed in the old world way know as
> poisoning
>
>Blatz = Blatz (enough said)
>
>Old Mill = Old Swill

= Old Mildew

Milwaukee's Best = Milwaukee Beast
= Milwaukee Death

Haffenreffer (sp?) = Haffenwrecker

Bud Light = Butt wipe

Given a choice of Dixie beer or Busch:
"Do you prefer cold Dix or warm Busch?"

--- Jeff

BACS Data Communications Group

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dep...@eniac.seas.upenn.edu (Jeff DePolo) writes:
>>> coors = "sewers"
>>> (stuff deleted)
>>
>>Old Style = old pile, or old vile, brewed in the old world way know as
>> poisoning
>>Blatz = Blatz (enough said)
>>Old Mill = Old Swill
> = Old Mildew
>Milwaukee's Best = Milwaukee Beast
> = Milwaukee Death
>Haffenreffer (sp?) = Haffenwrecker
>Bud Light = Butt wipe
>...

Fallstaff = Foulstuff

My friends and I often visit the local junk-food junction for lunch.
We have pet names for the "restaurants:"

Long John Silver's = Long John Silverfish
Pizza Hut = Pizza Slut
Arby's = A-rabs
Steak 'N Shake = Snake 'n Shake
Taco Bell = Taco Hell (where tacos go when they die)
also known as The Mexican Phone Company).
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com...@silver.ucs.indiana.edu (BACS Data Communications Group) writes:
>My friends and I often visit the local junk-food junction for lunch.
>We have pet names for the "restaurants:"
> Pizza Hut = Pizza Slut
> Arby's = A-rabs
> Steak 'N Shake = Snake 'n Shake
> Taco Bell = Taco Hell (where tacos go when they die)
> also known as The Mexican Phone Company).

Or how about:
Dairy Queen = Dairy Queer
Burker King = Burger Thing, or the B.K. Lounge

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Brian Crowley

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Sep 4, 1990, 5:44:10 PM9/4/90
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In article <13...@hydra.gatech.EDU> cca...@prism.gatech.EDU (Vincent Fox - Mac Cluster Coordinator) writes:
>com...@silver.ucs.indiana.edu (BACS Data Communications Group) writes:
>>My friends and I often visit the local junk-food junction for lunch.
>>We have pet names for the "restaurants:"
>> Pizza Hut = Pizza Slut
>> Arby's = A-rabs
>> Steak 'N Shake = Snake 'n Shake
>> Taco Bell = Taco Hell (where tacos go when they die)
>> also known as The Mexican Phone Company).
>
>Or how about:
> Dairy Queen = Dairy Queer
> Burker King = Burger Thing, or the B.K. Lounge
>
What about my favorites:
McDonalds = Mickey D's Steak House
Kentucky Fried Chicken = Kentucky Fried Rat (has to do with a FOAF's aunt ;-)

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Clifford Mather

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Sep 4, 1990, 6:50:24 PM9/4/90
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How about:

Kentucky Fried Chicken = Kentucky Fried Children


"...we do children right!"

Steve Cirian

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Sep 5, 1990, 9:25:42 AM9/5/90
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Little Ceasar's = Little Sleazers

Domino's Death Disks (the trucks are known as Domino's Death Disk Delivery
Devices)

Steve Wolfson

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Sep 6, 1990, 11:29:09 AM9/6/90
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>How about:


>"...we do children right!"

Popeyes Fried Chicken, pronounce as Pope Yes

The Jester

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Sep 5, 1990, 7:36:56 PM9/5/90
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In article <1...@einstein.eds.com> cir...@einstein.eds.com (Steve Cirian) writes:
>Little Ceasar's = Little Sleazers
>
>Domino's Death Disks (the trucks are known as Domino's Death Disk Delivery
> Devices)
A friend of mine referred to Dominoes Pizzas as:

Greasy Death in a Box.


The Jester

Dirk Lummerzheim

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Sep 5, 1990, 9:11:51 PM9/5/90
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someone wrote:
>>
>>Coors is one of the few decent brewers in the USA as far as I'm concerned.
>>Where else can you find a beer brewed with spring water, brewed, bottled,
>>and packaged all within the same complex, shipped out within 16 minutes
>>of being packaged, kept under refrigeration the entire time it's en
Coors has wells (I don't know why they call teh stuff they got out
there spring water)

Do you know what Coors and making love in a rubber raft have in common?

Both is fucking close to water.

Russ Gilman

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Sep 7, 1990, 2:29:03 PM9/7/90
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In article <13...@hydra.gatech.EDU> cca...@prism.gatech.EDU (Vincent Fox - Mac Cluster Coordinator) writes:
>com...@silver.ucs.indiana.edu (BACS Data Communications Group) writes:
>> Taco Bell = Taco Hell (where tacos go when they die)
>> also known as The Mexican Phone Company).
>
>Or how about:
> Burker King = Burger Thing, or the B.K. Lounge
>
we have Taco Bell = taco hell too, as well as
Taco Time = Taco Slime
Burger King = Booger King


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jeremy c ronsen

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Sep 7, 1990, 4:51:18 PM9/7/90
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In article <1990Sep7.1...@cs.uoregon.edu> ru...@cie.UUCP (Russ Gilman) writes:
> we have Taco Bell = taco hell too, as well as
> Taco Time = Taco Slime
> Burger King = Booger King
>
I've always called them Taco Ding-dong and Burger Sama. But that's
what happenes when you live in Texas.


Let speaking dogs lie.

Don Bolton

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Sep 7, 1990, 8:26:26 PM9/7/90
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>> Burker King = Burger Thing, or the B.K. Lounge
>>
> we have Taco Bell = taco hell too, as well as
> Taco Time = Taco Slime
> Burger King = Booger King

Mc Dumps
Arf'ys
Pizza Gut
Papa Dildos (papa aldos take and rake pizzas)
Spendey's

Yo, if ya don't like it then bite my arby pal

oxymoron Fast food

Jure Marn/;093090

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Sep 9, 1990, 1:11:03 AM9/9/90
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In article <1990Sep1.1...@sun.soe.clarkson.edu> dane...@clutx.clarkson.edu writes:
>Who really cares which american brew is best. They are all like making love
>in a canoe....F*ckin' close to water. The only real beer is only sold in
>Germany and is not the import swill that you buy in the grocery store. The
^^^^^^^^ Garfield says: for the unimaginative (barley, yeast, water
and hops ... really dull). Ever tried Belgian beers? Or
those brewed in Montenegro (Niksicko)?

>next best thing is what we bring over the border from Canada, not imported,
>what we carry over ourselves.
>
> dumo the drunken.
>WHY? --


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Sep 10, 1990, 12:15:42 AM9/10/90
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In article <1...@einstein.eds.com> cir...@einstein.eds.com (Steve Cirian) writes:
>Little Ceasar's = Little Sleazers

How about --------> Little Seizures (sp?)
Taco Bell = Taco Smell

Joke:
What do you get when one phenalia with another phenalia?

A pair-a-phenalia.

Stupid, I know.

Martin Mahan

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Sep 11, 1990, 2:56:53 PM9/11/90
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I just recently came back to rec.humor after a severe flame match
last semester so excuse me if I mention something that has recently
already been mentioned fifty-million times.

I just noticed your fast food cuts and had to get in Vegas' opinion.

Pizza Hut-> Pizza slut

Taco Bell-> Snatcho smell

McDonalds-> McDog Doos

specialties: chicken McBoulders
Big Rock
Quarter Grounder

Jo Jo's -> Blow Joe's
(a piece of advice, don't order the patty melt!)

Naugles -> Dick's House
(in case you wondered, that's his first name.)

Subway -> Slobway


Just my two cents.


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Steve

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Sep 12, 1990, 1:28:34 AM9/12/90
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Let's see:
Dead Lobster = Red Lobster
Pizza Slut = Pizza Hut
Noble Scrotums = Noble Romans
Little Sleazers= Little Ceaser's
Little Greasers
Domi blows = Dominoes
Wenchies = Wendy's
these are just off the top of my head, others?

l...@iccgcc.decnet.ab.com

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Sep 12, 1990, 9:32:36 AM9/12/90
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Pound A Grossa = Ponderosa
Queery Dean = Dairy Queen


RAMBOB

Bill Kinnersley

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Sep 12, 1990, 1:12:27 PM9/12/90
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[In "Foodonyms" <862.26...@iccgcc.decnet.ab.com>,
l...@iccgcc.decnet.ab.com said:]
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: Queery Dean = Dairy Queen
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No no, that's Diarrhea Queen

(I was hoping you wouldn't make me say that.)

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--Bill Kinnersley
Physics Department Montana State University Bozeman, MT 59717
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William M. Bumgarner

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Sep 12, 1990, 4:16:35 PM9/12/90
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McDog Balls = McDonalds
Taco Hell
Big Bird = Giant Eagle