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The sun is shining, spring is in the air, National cheap supermarket lout week is a roaring success as pubs are still shutting across the land whilst the tills of consumer champion Tesco ring and I am in the mood for romance, for romance is the essence of life. Romance for me is pretty much sex, but with one important difference. Rather than just pounce on the lady squeeze, throw her over my shoulder, take her upstairs, throw her on the bed and jump on her, I romance her. Romance her by pouring her a glass of wine; talking to her for a bit about the drivel girls like to talk about. Her day at work, which one of her mates has a new fella or sacked off a fella, or been dumped. Then when sheís necked the wine, she gets pounced on and thatís where romance generally resembles sex. The weekend officially starts.

But as romance is in the air, I'm thinking letís merge national cheap supermarket lout week, with national be nice to beer geeks week. During national be nice to beer geeks week, itís okay to have a beard, wear sandals, read the guardian, drink rank pong and comment on the deep roast chocolaty notes of whatever grog you like to get pissed on. The people have spoken, the poll is in, and 71% of the odd balls that choose to read this tripe think beer bloggers should be nice to each other. Whorst (http://www.pissitupthewall.com/)has been busy making up the rest of the votes and I thank him for his persistence.

To add to this joy and gaiety and air of romance I propose the following. Iím not much of a one for pubs, but from time to time Iíve been known to show my face in one. I wonít complain about my beloved Spoons (http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/)being full of beer geeks due to the beer festival, and the queue to get a cheap burger, chips and lovely ice cold pint of Tuborg (http://www.tuborg.co.uk/), as itís be nice to beer geeks week, but I will say this. Isnít it about time we banned smoking in beer gardens? Beer gardens ought to be nice, fragrant areas with a bit of greenery. A place to enjoy the sun, ice cold pint of lout and ogle lasses in flimsy tops. Instead theyíve become dirty ashtrays where the cancer brigade go to poison themselves. Ban this filth!

Oh and visit this blog (http://oktoberfestgirls.blogspot.com/). It is the greatest beer blog ever.


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