, premium German beer, 6 bottles of wine, 3/4 of vodka and a bottle of whiskey at dad's house this weekend, most of it brought by my uncle in case I wanted a wee sip, as he put it. Since my dad seems to have finally quit and my uncle, being diabetic and all, not being able to do much drinking, he feared I would have to spend the weekend dry and "tis not fair that the young should suffer 'cause of us old folk" The young being me, since my wife does not drink. I was saved by my brother in law who decided to pop up and was glad to relieve me of the burden of youth. When I left he was still on the beer.....
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