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41 miles to the gallon

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WALKING AND BEER

A recent study found the average American walks about 900 miles per year.

Another study found Americans drink, on average, 22 gallons of beer a year.

That means, on average, Americans get about 41 miles to the gallon.

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I must get really bad mileage as I drink that much in a couple of weeks. grin.gif

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And from what I hear your exhaust needs some repairs too.

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 Originally Posted By: reelemin
WALKING AND BEER

A recent study found the average American walks about 900 miles per year.

Another study found Americans drink, on average, 22 gallons of beer a year.

That means, on average, Americans get about 41 miles to the gallon.

EEEEK! I am below average, I haven't drank a beer since 1977!

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LMFAO!!! Good one Muc.

Duane

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Happy birthday Muc33.

I think I get about a million miles to the gallon. Haven't had a beer in about 15 years.

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Funny stats Tami!! \:D I'm a smooth running machine. cool.gif NOT! grin.gif

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I'm thinking I must get about 82 miles to the gallon, since I'm a Tequila and Rum gal \:Dgrin.gif

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Yea, but the old engine has slowed a bit with age - \:D\:ocrazy.gifgrin.gif

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It may have slowed a bit with age, but you can save a few bucks by slapping collector plates on it's rear. grin.gif

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No way girl, I don't think so. You're the most active woman I have EVER seen.

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 Originally Posted By: boilerguy
It may have slowed a bit with age, but you can save a few bucks by slapping collector plates on it's rear. grin.gif

LOl LOL LOL LOl \:D LOL - still laughing - \:D

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mmmmmmmmmmmm, beer and teqila just not at the same time.

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I do like Margarita's but I choose not to drink for the publics safety.

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How bout PBR and Lisa??

That sounds like a wonderful combanation.

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Could be, who know's? Don't want to get TOO close to that brew. I heard it has some very disturbing affects on people. whistlegrin

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Yeah, gotta be careful with the one and only Blue Ribbon. It makes ya bald, but a whole lot better lookin.

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Vodka girl here, And ICE COLD Mich Light! But just like Glen, NOT together.

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How did I know that BG would be the first to respond to this post? laugh

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Dude, there are experts in fine wines, classic cars, housing, the financial market, bass fishing, fiberglass repair, auto body, landscaping, salvage, sales, roofing, home repair, engineering, monster pike fishing, elite dining, architecture, and childhood education on this site. All staff.

I'm just doing what I can to help the information flow. laugh

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Don't worry Tami, BG's chili kind of offsets that number as he needs to wash it down!

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