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do you drink rum?

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the snake in the soju took the cake for me, when i was like 11 we werre out to dinner and the guy behind the bar goes hey have a look at this and pull the box down told me to close my eyes then pulled the box up and puyt the bottkle next to my face, there was almost a nugget in my pants haha i really wanna drink that shit though

rum is king shit gotta love the smell the next morning ahha

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THIS IS CRAZY BECAUSE THE OTHER DAY I WAS DRINKING A 40 AND WHEN I FINISHED IT THERE WAS A DEAD WOMBAT AT THE BOTTOM.

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i like coconut rum. I think we should stop putting our bodies in these caskets. let us decay away.

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that's an awesome story, i can't even think of anything to say, just imagine the looks on their faces when they saw the body

 

 

"special flavor"

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A story involving naval rum is that following his victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, Horatio Nelson's body was preserved in a cask of rum to allow transport back to England. The tale serves as a basis for the term Nelson's Blood being used to describe rum. The details of the story are disputed, with some historians claiming the term originated instead from a toast to Admiral Nelson.

 

, naval rum rather than brandy was used to preserve his body in a barrel until it was returned to England. It is claimed that his crew had drunk half of the rum from the barrel by the time they reached London; the crew were supposed to have sucked out the rum using thin straws. However, this legend is unlikely, due to the great respect that the crew had for Nelson, and because his body was guarded night and day by a marine. Nevertheless, this legend has given rise to the slang term "tapping the Admiral", meaning illicit drinking, and may be related to the nickname given to Naval rum rations later, "Nelson's Blood" (although this may possibly be a deliberate echo of the Communion ritual).

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turns out it was a big fake.

 

AP ran the story without checking it.

There was no city named, and no names.

Plus it's an old urban myth from ages ago

but the original version was ancient arabians

and it was a jar of honey. It's been done.

 

plus in the full news report it was a diplomat

in jamaica who died, so his country would have

paid for the return of his body.

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its kinda like that artical on the 50 cambodian midgets vs a lion and the lion won. it was funner to believe it actually happened.:cry2:

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hahahahaha cash

 

I met a white dude with dreds last night.

 

But it turned out they werent even real dreds, he had just curled his fucking hair.

 

At that moment I realized the only thing worse than a white person with dreds, is a white person pretending to have dreds.

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