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#16 Doki

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Posted 19 February 2009 - 02:06 AM

i don't know about Russia, but in Canada you can leave your beer to cool down outside, but don't do it for longer than ~ 8 min, otherwise the bottles freeze and break.

Worse - someone else will drink the beer for U :lol: in some countries.
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 02:27 AM

Worse - someone else will drink the beer for U :) in some countries.


not in Canada, population density: 9.27 people/sq mile, how much beer could they possibly have? :lol:
besides, our most representative Canadian member does not drink beer.
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 02:56 AM

not in Canada, population density: 9.27 people/sq mile, how much beer could they possibly have? :lol:
besides, our most representative Canadian member does not drink beer.

that's a good logic. :) but may be too much generalisation.
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:13 AM

not in Canada, population density: 9.27 people/sq mile, how much beer could they possibly have? :lol:
besides, our most representative Canadian member does not drink beer.

that's a good logic. :P but may be too much generalisation.


shouldn't you be out walking (and maybe singing) in the rain? :)
going back to the subject, in some parts of canada people don't lock their houses, so no need to worry about leaving beer out for 5 min
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:24 AM

shouldn't you be out walking (and maybe singing) in the rain? :)
going back to the subject, in some parts of canada people don't lock their houses, so no need to worry about leaving beer out for 5 min

We do things fast here :lol: Went out for a walk - bought two cup ramens (Curtis reminded me), took some photos of raining evening, walked a little more, got a little wet, had an icecream, bought some Gari-gari kun home and here back at my desk putting together some slides.

U seem to be pretty familiar to Canada (& their unusual habits) - Like our Canadian whom we are collecting evidence that she could be 'one of them' - could U be 'one of the another-them' ? (or evolving)
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:27 AM

not in Canada, population density: 9.27 people/sq mile, how much beer could they possibly have? :lol:
besides, our most representative Canadian member does not drink beer.

that's a good logic. :P but may be too much generalisation.


shouldn't you be out walking (and maybe singing) in the rain? :)
going back to the subject, in some parts of canada people don't lock their houses, so no need to worry about leaving beer out for 5 min


I guess in those countries the sheriff comes and pours the beer away - drinking beer in the public is not allowed.
but the history "fridges" is quite surprising, here in some parts old cellars are still used that keep the foodstuff cool through its construction (normally in mountain regions). Then they were replaced by first isolated cabinets that kept low temperatures with ice blocks that were sold by mobile traders.

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Posted 19 February 2009 - 05:49 AM

I guess in those countries the sheriff comes and pours the beer away - drinking beer in the public is not allowed.

That should have the Sheriff arrested for robbing off public. Drinking in public might be crime but why should they bother those who just want their beer chilled by hanging them outside the window?
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 06:47 AM

I guess in those countries the sheriff comes and pours the beer away - drinking beer in the public is not allowed.

That should have the Sheriff arrested for robbing off public. Drinking in public might be crime but why should they bother those who just want their beer chilled by hanging them outside the window?


Precautionary measures.

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Posted 19 February 2009 - 01:57 PM

Worse - someone else will drink the beer for U :lol: in some countries.


not in Canada, population density: 9.27 people/sq mile, how much beer could they possibly have? :lol:
besides, our most representative Canadian member does not drink beer.

Perhaps we can have Madrius, another representative Canadian member throw light on how we chill this plebeian drink....my guess/recommendation would be to wrap them in real good bubble wrap- about 10 layers..then put them in a small cardboard box, and then put it in another box, this time bigger, and then in another one much bigger than the last one and finally, we stash the whole thing in the trunk of our car but hopefully we didn't forget to lock the door...you'd get a fine if the police discovers that you you have unlocked car doors and if they find you've got been hoarding alcohol in the trunk of your car, then you're really in big, big trouble.....moral of the story- lock your doors- cars and homes....;)
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 02:02 PM

Worse - someone else will drink the beer for U :P in some countries.


not in Canada, population density: 9.27 people/sq mile, how much beer could they possibly have? :lol:
besides, our most representative Canadian member does not drink beer.

Perhaps we can have Madrius, another representative Canadian member throw light on how we chill this plebeian drink....my guess/recommendation would be to wrap them in real good bubble wrap- about 10 layers..then put them in a small cardboard box, and then put it in another box, this time bigger, and then in another one much bigger than the last one and finally, we stash the whole thing in the trunk of our car but hopefully we didn't forget to lock the door...you'd get a fine if the police discovers that you you have unlocked car doors and if they find you've got been hoarding alcohol in the trunk of your car, then you're really in big, big trouble.....moral of the story- lock your doors- cars and homes....:wacko:


Was this Canadians-don't lock-their-doors not a rumour started by Michael Moore?

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Posted 19 February 2009 - 02:09 PM

Worse - someone else will drink the beer for U :P in some countries.


not in Canada, population density: 9.27 people/sq mile, how much beer could they possibly have? :lol:
besides, our most representative Canadian member does not drink beer.

Perhaps we can have Madrius, another representative Canadian member throw light on how we chill this plebeian drink....my guess/recommendation would be to wrap them in real good bubble wrap- about 10 layers..then put them in a small cardboard box, and then put it in another box, this time bigger, and then in another one much bigger than the last one and finally, we stash the whole thing in the trunk of our car but hopefully we didn't forget to lock the door...you'd get a fine if the police discovers that you you have unlocked car doors and if they find you've got been hoarding alcohol in the trunk of your car, then you're really in big, big trouble.....moral of the story- lock your doors- cars and homes....:wacko:


Was this Canadians-don't lock-their-doors not a rumour started by Michael Moore?

Nope..it's so much simpler than that- TJ started it...:P
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 02:10 PM

Reality is stranger than fiction - always. :wacko:
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 02:14 PM

Reality is stranger than fiction - always. :wacko:

I'm not kidding about the cops giving you a ticket if you leave your car doors unlocked- that's reality...and tj really started it... :lol:
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:12 PM

cops in Canada (aka RCMP, even tho they're not royal or mount horses) have to take care of other people's belongings. when i left Canada i put a bouquet of flowers in my ex boss's car. she always left it open (and i'm almost certain she still does)
btw michael moore does mention Canadians leave their doors open in one of his documentaries. and BB, reality in Canada is soooo surrealistic :wacko:

Edited by toejam, 19 February 2009 - 03:13 PM.

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Posted 19 February 2009 - 03:28 PM

I can imagine how canada is then if someone would actually leave flowers in their boss's car when leaving. :wacko:
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