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January 12, 2018


Tequila is GOOD for your health – according to top scientists

(Thanks to Dad-O-Lot and Le Petomane)


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"It contains fructans – which is a molecule that occurs in asparagus and artichokes ". I'm gonna eat some veggies this weekend !

After the lab work, they were topless scientists!
And, hey, check this out, man... .

"Tequila makes her clothes fall off..."

Great news! I could drink tequilla to improve my health while driving in this newfangled car without a steering wheel. But I've noticed that after tquilla my health significantly improves, because I can dance again, my speaking ability mysteriusly declines. So maybe my car would not understand my commands.

But what about the bottom scientists? I heard they recommend beer, and it's a more affordable enjoyable option, righT?

Tell that to the worm.

A "shot for two" is good for you? I think that was a Freudian slip.

It's refreshing to have top scientists reaffirm the Cliff Claven Buffalo Theory.
Brain cells are like a herd of buffalo and any herd needs to have the old, useless and infirm removed to strengthen the health of the entire herd. Alcohol is similar to wolves in a buffalo herd, it only attacks the weak and inferior. This explains why you feel so much smarter after a couple of shots of tequila.

Why would you trust experts on spinning toys with your health?

Oh wait - tequila.

Top Shelf Scientists?

@Ms.Flukey - yes, his name is Jose Cuervo, Nobel winner in medicine, 2011.

One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor.

Mescal for Mensa.

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