posted on Jun, 5 2013 @ 02:22 PM
reply to post by sqorpius
It's like coffee, an acquired taste. I always ask people, when discussing beer or coffee, the very first time that you tried either, did you
like the taste? Invariably, the answer is no. Smoking....the same way. I think it's all about peer pressure.
Nah, not necessarily about 'peer pressure'.
I first tried coffee at the tender age of 8 or so, in the church 'parish hall', because after the service, that's all they served. Those old
Had to start with milk and sugar. You outgrow that part.
First time I had beer was on a family camping trip - Dad opened a can of Coors (yes, Coors) after driving all day - and proceeded to get the tent
erected for us to sleep.
Daddy, can I have a sip?
Never looked back.
And I happen to LIKE the watery, carbonated, ice-cold "non-artisan" type! It's great!!!
I prefer it over plain water, carbonated soda-water, and "soft drinks" -
plus, it helps me de-stress and sleep. AND, I'm very hilarious when I'm drinking and relaxing......
Can't you tell?
edit on 5-6-2013 by wildtimes because: (no reason given)