40's were illegal in FL, so growing up everyone really wanted them (and would bring them in from Georgia)...I never understood what the big deal was
only cool people drink 40s...
yeah, we only had 32s in FL :)
I didn't really get it either...all my buddies were like ' let's get some 40s of 8ball man'. peer pressures a bitch. :-D
I read the song name quickly and I thought it said 400 oz to freedom
wow...now 400s...that I could understand the draw. LoL
Ah the good times... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Fortyhands
haha, that picture reminds me of an Andy D song
simple psychology...u always want what u can't have ;-)
@Larry true - I was just talking about this yesterday - but I said like "if doughnuts were really healthy and good for you would we still want to eat 10 of them?"
In other words - how did it come to be that almost everything you want to do is either illegal, bad for you, or both.
i think cheryl sums it up best.
It's so true! Here's an article: "Ten Years After Decriminalization, Drug Abuse Down by Half in Portugal" -- http://onforb.es/NfwP6E
wow never thought i would learn of people smuggling in 40's.
Sadly it's just often untrue @Larry - I seem to only want to eat stuff that's bad for me and do stuff that I'm not supposed to.
On the same note, everything becomes immediately less fun when you're expected to do it.
Man I hate reading. Oh crap I'm doing it right now! Nooooo
Another example. My dinner: http://i.imgur.com/3p8jt.jpg (buffalo seitan nuggets and like a quart of beer)
that dinner looks pretty good for being fake meat
Yum, fake meat
I've had that before, it's pretty delicious.
Especially with a 40 of old E
You could only beat that with some gennesy cream ale