Looks like somebody's ready for the weekly poker game!
From the look on this pup's eyes I'd reckon he's been digging into his own wares.
Very nice design!
I don't know, woot. If you keep exposing these poor dogs to bad influences they're going to develop drinking problems, and nobody wants that.
Brings new meaning to "dying with dignity." I'd happily go with a martini in hand.
Of course, alcohol dilates your blood vessels, decreasing core temperature and leading to a quicker death when out in the cold.
This is basically what the movie "Balto" was about, right?
colinm09 wrote:Of course, alcohol dilates your blood vessels, decreasing core temperature and leading to a quicker death when out in the cold.
Yes, but if you're gonna die anyway, might as well have a good drink while it happens.
I bet it glows in low light, like the glare of the sun off snow.
I'll take a martini with a twist of lemon and a generous topping of slobber...
*goes off to make her own gin martini*
Ah, man's best friends.
Roll over, Beerthoven?
This shirt is perfect for your favorite booze hound.
I'll just take the scotch, thanks. I don't meddle with my liquor.
They did this myth on MythBusters.
Conclusion: MYTH BUSTED!
I say the words "Happy Hour" and I went OMFGWTFBBQ but was quickly disappointed when I read it more carefully.
Are you sure all that drunken shouting won't cause avalanches?
No room for the barrel of brandy?
The history of St. Bernard dogs
Darquis wrote:I don't know, woot. If you keep exposing these poor dogs to bad influences they're going to develop drinking problems, and nobody wants that.
AHEM! They expose dogs AND people to other saintly spirits, like those on wine.woot.
I am trying not to gush, but Oh For Cuuute! Who's the Good Dog, huh?
chrisprender wrote:Looks like somebody's ready for the weekly poker game!
That's the wrong link.
Here's the right one:
nothing like a little hair of the dog to fix you up right.
I did not know that Leann Rimes made tee shirt designs. That's weird wild stuff.Edit: WOOT not to be picky but you forgot the "watch em get down,watch em get down" part.
one more time please.I know you can do it.
HA. Have always loved this one, Leon. Congrats.
My hero would never wear a white T-shirt.
White T-Shirts attract one thing. Stains.
oh wow! this will go great with my beer helmet!
chrisprender wrote:This is basically what the movie "Balto" was about, right?
greatest comment so far. well done chris
They proved on an episode of Mythbusters that drinking liquor in freezing climates really does bring the temperature of your extremities up (but actually causes your core body temperature to drop).
Check the seal on that bottle. Looks like someone melted the yellow snow.
I've never seen a more appropriate shirt title.
That is a cute puppy! Nice work as always.
Remember when I was a puppy and you used to tease me playing "Keep-Away"? Well, I'm now 21 in dog years and two can play this game!
Poor guy just woke up. Look how bloodshot his eyes are!
jel2301 wrote:No olives?
NightGhost wrote:No room for the barrel of brandy?
The history of St. Bernard dogs
Y'all are correct that the part of the collar we can't see contains NOTHING else. For some reason, only the part you can see holds a variety of alcohol and components of drinks.
How big of a tip should it get?
How would one go about removing items like the martini glass and salt shaker? Are there snaps on there or something?
The real question is how good is he at mixing? I mean any dog can pour booze into a glass, but only the best can get the right ratio of vermouth to gin for the perfect martini.
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