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Offline x0Kiss0fDeath

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You should see the amount of alcohol that comes through this place.  SO. MUCH. ALCOHOL.

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Any desire for ALCOHOL FREE Heineken?  Even the vultures don't want it.   Loads just sitting around.  I can grab some for you if you want it.
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Any desire for ALCOHOL FREE Heineken?  Even the vulture don't want it.   Loads just sitting around.  I can grab some for you if you want it.

What even is the point?  Why do they make that?
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What even is the point?  Why do they make that?

No idea.  I know people who drank alcohol free wine when pregnant.  I never could understand....

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I like some alcohol free beers and ciders, which are really nice if you're heading to a pub, but you are the driver (countryside living) or just for something different but don't feel like drinking. However, regular Heineken is revolting, so alcohol free Heineken is probably worth dumping down the toilet. 
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What even is the point?  Why do they make that?

My thoughts exactly. If I wanted to drink .001% alcohol, I'd drink a Brewdog Nanny State because the minty-green colour on the label is at least nice to look at haha

But I wouldn't do that as I'd rather just have a diet coke.

Think I will pass on the Alcohol Free Heineken... Thanks for the offer though! hahahah  I don't like the taste of Heineken enough to warrant drinking it with no alcohol pay-off.


However, regular Heineken is revolting, so alcohol free Heineken is probably worth dumping down the toilet. 

I mean. Yeah. Pretty much this haha

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I know people who drank alcohol free wine when pregnant.  I never could understand....

Is that not just grape juice?  ;D

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