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    Is it possible to enjoy a beer and make some revision notes at the same time?
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    Doesn't ethanol impair concentration/judgement?

    ah may as well!
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    Why stop at just one? :wink2:
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    (Original post by Mihael_Keehl)
    Doesn't ethanol impair concentration/judgement?

    ah may as well!
    All one beer would do is reduce stress which I guess would be a good thing.
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    (Original post by harmony_x)
    Why stop at just one? :wink2:
    I have to work full time and study in my spare time, I've had one beer but really feel like having another, I miss my uni days
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    Beer = soft drink
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    It's a scientific fact that alcohol (in moderate amounts) can boost concentration levels, so drink away good sir.
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    wow. did u decide to be a thug or did the thug life choose u?
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    (Original post by may_1)
    wow. did u decide to be a thug or did the thug life choose u?
    huh?
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    (Original post by accno1)
    Is it possible to enjoy a beer and make some revision notes at the same time?
    I do most Fridays for revision motivation... only problem is finding the motivation to get up and get another beer when the glass is empty
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    I do most Fridays for revision motivation... only problem is finding the motivation to get up and get another beer when the glass is empty
    I just had that predicament a second ago, went down and got one from the fridge, beer warms me up when the temperature drops
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    (Original post by accno1)
    I just had that predicament a second ago, went down and got one from the fridge, beer warms me up when the temperature drops
    I know what you mean.... it's 0 degrees at the moment outside....also the water from the cold tap actually feels warm
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    I know what you mean.... it's 0 degrees at the moment outside....also the water from the cold tap actually feels warm
    Compared to outside? Yes! My house has bad insulation too so it's freezing. Do you like beer then?
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    (Original post by accno1)
    Compared to outside? Yes! My house has bad insulation too so it's freezing. Do you like beer then?
    My room has a high ceiling so is never that warm and yes, probably more so than any other alcoholic beverage how about yourself?
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    My room has a high ceiling so is never that warm and yes, probably more so than any other alcoholic beverage how about yourself?
    I like straight vodka but haven't been able to enjoy it since the end of uni

    I'm enjoying a Corona right now though, fancy a chat over PM?
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    I did a large portion of the coursework in my masters degree while having a beer or three. I found it easier to remain focused and easier to turn my thoughts into text on the page.

    I say go for it but don't go too mad!

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    (Original post by accno1)
    I like straight vodka but haven't been able to enjoy it since the end of uni

    I'm enjoying a Corona right now though, fancy a chat over PM?
    Haha I steer well clear of nearly all spirits.... cant go wrong with a carling or babycham
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    Yes very possoble cos i do that alot.
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    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Haha I steer well clear of nearly all spirits.... cant go wrong with a carling or babycham
    Carling was nice at uni. £2.12 a pint.

    Now I look at £4.50 for Amstel.

    We yearn for yesteryear.
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    (Original post by accno1)
    Carling was nice at uni. £2.12 a pint.

    Now I look at £4.50 for Amstel.

    We yearn for yesteryear.
    Only £2.12?? That's not bad at all, its about £3.20 at the pub down the road!!
 
 
 
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