Discussion in 'Waffle' started by Dugg Funnie, Jan 27, 2013.
You people in Great Britain butter your drinking glasses? Why??
its all about using butter as lube
Butter drinking glasses? Where are you getting this from?
lol where you getting that shit from?
we butter our glasses with booze.
i use margarine. it's the healthier option. although i do then dip the glass in fried lard, then sprinkle it with cheese.
Margarine? That's the shit they use to fatten turkey's isn't it?
Woah woah woah. Hang on a tick Dug. Let's not pussyfoot about here. Where did you hear about buttering glasses? I can't see a reason or purpose to indulge in such acts.
it was originally, but now its mostly used to keep space dolphins moist.
I blame bourbon and caravan holidays at the grand canyon.
Upon hearing this discovery, let us all have a tall, cool buttered glass of egg cream to celebrate. My treat.
way ahead of you. i'm on my second glass, salted with smoked bacon crumbs.
In England we have to put butter in our glass to reduce the carbonation effect of carbonated beverages because the carbonation level is much higher then it is in America.
To be fairly honest I have tried some American soda and it's just not quite as good. Buttered glasses are the only way to drink it in my opinion.
My personal preference is a 1mm thick coating of goose fat.
I put bitter on my glasses once. Couldny see a thing
I went to an in-laws a few weeks ago and they offered me a cold pint of ale, in an unbuttered glass...
Needless to say i spat on the floor and walked out in disgust
Ale? Where were you?
In my ends we butter the outside of our special brew cans
I took your mum out for a slap up butter supper & never buttered her again.
What does butter supper include?
bread rolls? Bread & butter pudding.
orrrrr just a hench tile of butter in the middle of the table, surrounded by tea spoons. You pick up a spoon & tuck in. No rolls. No nothing.
we get english styled buttered glasses here too, granted not in all bars, its more the ones specialized in beers from different places. but where did you hear about that dugg, did you happen to speak to a european?
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