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I think those are for chicks. Looks like they successfully sold to their target audience. LOL
Here a 30 pack of that comes with a box of maxi pads and a kitten

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[QUOTE=Toxarch;939705]For a while, they were selling 8 packs of beer cans. It didn't last too long. They have 6 packs of 16 oz cans which is the same as 8 x 12 oz cans.
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Found this at a local grocery store a few yrs ago.
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It's the same mentality that packages hotdogs in packs of 8 and buns in packs of 12. WTF?

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I am seriously jealous of those who live where you can buy alcohol in convenience stores. I still remember in college trying to pick some up at a 711 in South Carolina. I was always errand boy because I have always looked like I was 40 even when I was 19 so nobody ever bothered carding me. Some clerk lectured me for 10 minutes about under-age drinking and then sold me a case of Rolling Rock.
When I was 17, I looked like I was 12. Went into an asian corner store (that had a reputation for selling to kids)...my first time trying. Walked up with the beer, scared as hell...my worst nightmare starts to unfold...the little old asian lady asked for my ID...I gave her my drivers license with trembling hands (while crapping my pants in fear)...she looked at it, handed it back, took my money and said have a good night! I don't know if she was bad at math or just didn't care...either way, I got to play hero at the party!

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It's extra funny because of how mild bud light is. That stuff is reserved for when you are doing work on the truck, that way you are coherent enough to not make mistakes. I grew up on bud light but I normally drank the 24oz cans(4 for $5) and never the "fun size" ones. That's the appetizer of beers.

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I like your reasoning. I try not to change beers during the day too, always has weird effects if I do.
I live about 5 miles from the Budweiser plant.

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I remember back in college, Milwaukee's Best was $1.25 for a six pack of 20 oz.

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When I was 17, I looked like I was 12. Went into an asian corner store (that had a reputation for selling to kids)...my first time trying. Walked up with the beer, scared as hell...my worst nightmare starts to unfold...the little old asian lady asked for my ID...I gave her my drivers license with trembling hands (while crapping my pants in fear)...she looked at it, handed it back, took my money and said have a good night! I don't know if she was bad at math or just didn't care...either way, I got to play hero at the party!
Probably didn't care. All my Asian friends who had parents who owned those types of businesses used to tell me the same thing. They would sell to anybody unless Asian kids came in looking for liquor, then they would get their asses chewed and get kicked out.

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I remember back in college, Milwaukee's Best was $1.25 for a six pack of 20 oz.
I don't know how I ever drank the cheap stuff like that. It always used to give me horrible diahhrea the next day. Icehouse and Best did it to me the worst.

The cost of fuel to operate a 6000 pound 400 horsepower half ton that does 0-60 in under 7 seconds is kind of like the price of oil changes for a Porche 911. If you have to ask you probably can't afford it.
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And then of course towards the end of a semester I would go and sell my books back, pool the 10 cents on the dollar they would give me, and use it to buy 40s for the last week before I had to drive home.

The cost of fuel to operate a 6000 pound 400 horsepower half ton that does 0-60 in under 7 seconds is kind of like the price of oil changes for a Porche 911. If you have to ask you probably can't afford it.
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