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Budweiser acronyms

Postby DanO » April 10th, 2009, 2:07 am

Sorry if this has appeared here before and I missed it...

Forwards;

B... Because
U... You
D... Deserve
W... What
E... Every
I...Individual
S...Should
E...Enjoy
R...Regularly

Backwards;

R...Remember
E...Every
S...Soldier
I...In
E...Every
W...War
D...Depends
U...Upon
B...Buddies

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Re: Budweiser acronyms

Postby Wheaton » April 10th, 2009, 9:43 am

Those are pretty good. But in all fairness, an allowance must be made for the alternative brand name. Let's give this a whirl:

B - Beer?
U - Ugh!
T - This
T - trash
W - would
I - imply
P - production
E - errors
R - rampant.

Not very good, but the best I can do in the morning over my cup of Maxwell House. Maybe I'd have better luck with a haiku:

Some things make no sense
Like Bud, in its false glory
My soul abhors it.


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Re: Budweiser acronyms

Postby Lovegun » April 10th, 2009, 10:35 am

How about other beers??
S-Sure
T-Terrible
A-Always
G-Gross

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Re: Budweiser acronyms

Postby Beamer » April 10th, 2009, 10:40 am

H-ave
O-ne
B-eer
B-arf
S-oon
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Re: Budweiser acronyms

Postby DanO » April 11th, 2009, 12:38 pm

O.K. guys, I agree Bud is not quite the best brew to ever come down the pike, the "King of Jeers" it seems but I liked the acronyms my buddies had for several different beers, forwards and backwards for each. Problem is, after several beers I couldn't remember the rest!
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