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Which European Country Drinks The Most?

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Which European Country Drinks The Most?

Post by Taco » December 27th, 2013, 12:34 am

If you want some drinking buddies here's where you go.

Which European Country Drinks The Most?
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-12-2 ... st-alcohol

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Post by Halwick » December 27th, 2013, 6:18 am

I'm not surprised it was Germany and Russia.

With the extreme weather in Russia, they drink vodka like it was anti-freeze. As for Germans....they just like to drink.

Reminds me of the joke about the guy who checks into a hotel and finds a card near the telephone: "Do you have a drinking problem? If so, dial this number." He dials the number and finds it is a .....liquor store.

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Czechs are the first

Post by Leraldo » February 6th, 2014, 11:16 pm

For me it was a surprise that Czechs is on the top. However it appears to be true. I have a friend from Prague and he said that people there are drinking like crazy.
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Post by xiongmao » February 6th, 2014, 11:48 pm

After another beery evening with my family in the UK I can barely see. We must have been fairly high up in the charts.

It amused me to meet some American guys in Thailand. They liked a bit of beer but we Brits were on another level.

Mostly it's due to the climate - right now we're experiencing a storm every freaking day in Northern Europe which is resulting in stuff like this:

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In 2002-05 I used to commute along this railway every day, but it was destroyed overnight earlier in the week .
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Post by Seduction Sebi » February 9th, 2014, 2:53 pm

Yeah okay, but this is just beer. I am German and I am currently living in England and all I can say is that I have never seen so many drunk people, especially girls on one place before in my whole life. english people have a serious drinking problem.

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Post by walrusface » February 18th, 2014, 7:05 pm

When I was in Germany I noticed more casual drinkers, such as having the odd beer in a cafe, taking a bottle on the U bahn etc. In Britain we surely must have the biggest binge drinking problem. When people drink here they go for it in a big way! It's a bit all or nothing. It's a problem as most young people go out with the purpose of chucking as much booze down there necks as possible.
xiongmao wrote:After another beery evening with my family in the UK I can barely see. We must have been fairly high up in the charts.

It amused me to meet some American guys in Thailand. They liked a bit of beer but we Brits were on another level.

Mostly it's due to the climate - right now we're experiencing a storm every freaking day in Northern Europe which is resulting in stuff like this:

Image

In 2002-05 I used to commute along this railway every day, but it was destroyed overnight earlier in the week .
:shock:

Ah, Dawlish..I used to commute on that line all last year. Nice route. Annoyed I had to get the bus down to Plymouth the other day.

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