From time to time we like to share some good old drinking jokes with you. Nothing serious, just to put a smile on that face. This time we have a short one for you, in the classic category “a man walks into the doctor’s office”. Hope you’ll enjoy it, and share it with your mates while consuming a few beverages at your favorite pub. Cheers!
For decades Canada and Denmark have had a territorial dispute about a small island in the Nares Strait, between Canada and Greenland. Hans Island is only 1.3 square kilometers big, and it has no vegetation or valuable natural resources. Basically it’s a big rock in the middle of nowhere. Still both NATO-allies fight a Cold War over Hans Island. From time to time both countries launch expeditions to plant their flag and leave a bottle of their national booze on the island, to welcome thirsty visitors with typical “Canadian” or “Danish” hospitality. The whole situation is as bizarre as it is hilarious.
Everyone who ever played the computer game Grand Theft Auto probably at some point stole an ambulance for a joyride. However a drunk British teen actually pulled this stunt on his summer holiday in Greece. In the town Lagana on the island Zakynthos the minor (his age was not released) pushed out the driver of the Greek ambulance and got behind the wheel. In the crazy ride that followed he managed to hit 7 parked cars and a motorbike, before crashing his vehicle outside a nightclub.
When you invited some friends over for drinks at your place it’s always good to have some aces up your sleeve, some surprises worth talking about afterwards. Well, what better surprise than a new drinking game that gets everyone completely drunk? You know, that hammered that make your guests say “I guess you should have been there”, when they tell their friends. In this post we’ll introduce you to 3 drinking games that none of your friends probably ever played before. All 3 were created by the Lords of the Drinks. But don’t be afraid to spread the word.
The Netherlands has one of the most rainy climates in Europe, and possibly the world. For many a reason to get depressed, but not for some brewers from Amsterdam. They saw the wet climate in a country, that has more than half of its territory below sea level, as a business opportunity. In brewery De Prael these opportunists turn liters of rainwater into beer. This bitter blond beer goes by the name Hemelswater, which means ‘Heaven’s Water’ in Dutch.
Have you ever had an amazing dream, and when you wake up you remember the whole story to the tiniest detail, but an hour later it’s all gone. You just remember that it was awesome and you just wish that you wrote it all down. Well, I’ve had those moments plenty of times, but this morning was the first time I actually picked up pen and paper. And now it’s time to share the crazy drunken adventures I have in my sleep with you. Now I know it’s all fiction,but I placed this post in the category Real Drunk Stories, since I really had this dream and who knows how much of it will come true in the future.
In this guest post you’ll get a nice insight in the drinking culture in Taiwan. Matt Wraxall is English by origin, but has been living in Taiwan for many years. Therefor like no other he is able to tell you which unusual drinks are must-tries when you’re ever in town. And if you enjoy his writing, also check his own drinking website named Everything Home Bar, which is all about creating the best boozy experiences in your own home.