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    should jaigermaister be banned from scotish events

    so our host,s might stay a little longer with their guests, serious answers only please.

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    Don't be silly

    Where would the fun be in that?

    I think it should be compulsoryonyack

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    Absolutely,

    But http://www.jagermeister.com/#/int-en/home is allowed

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    Absolutely,

    But http://www.jagermeister.com/#/int-en/home is allowed
    Fine merchandising they have too Having said that, accessing the site did crash my computer the other day. Seems it isn't just Oonyack that gets wobbly after a few Jaegermeisters
    Gert

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    Whatton's Write up and pictures of the GOTC showing the effects of Jagermeister on HRH et al is one of the funniest I've seen on the Site So I'd say its Mandatory!!
    You Soft Southern Jessy

    My Glass is half Full

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    It should be served from casks, via handpump, into pint glasses.

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    This bloke seems to like it, cant see any problems myself

    It looks abit like HRH a few years ago?
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