DonRocks Posted August 26, 2012 Share Posted August 26, 2012 I just had a disgusting thought. I'm currently having a very well-aged Fromage de Meaux, so perfectly ripened and lovingly stored that it could masquerade as having been made from unpasteurized milk. Without naming names (because if I did, it would be an invitation to fry my ass in an all-clad lawsuit pan), I'm having this impeccably glorious cheese alongside a "beer" that, by itself, tastes, shall we say, like, well, like, one of these, except diluted. This beer is so bad that it makes me want to sing "100 Bottles of Beer On The Wall," but before you take one down and pass it around, you call up Chris Cunningham and ask him to come over with a Metal Storm 36-barreled stacked projectile machine gun equipped with under-barrel grenade launcher. On its own, this 64 calorie hydrophile could be used as a palate cleanser while trying to detect bottle variation within a single case of Evian; after a bite of this cheese, it's as if Myron, the guy from the New Jersey chemical lab, shot Splenda up your nostril during a teabag. Before ten minutes ago, not once had this repulsive apparition ever invaded the serenity of my low-calorie fantasies; now, I can't think of anything else: could it be possible that industrial beers contain artificial sweeteners? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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