Roger Bewman

(1976 BC / Virothiom)

Guinness or Stella?


Stout is Guinness
And lager is Stella
So you think you know about beers?
Maybe…
I don’t know which one to choose
I like Stella cause she is an aristocrat
But I love Guinness cause she is more down to earth

But I ordered a Leffe
Or was it Duvel
Mmm I think it was Hoogengarden
But I want Guinness

I am too drunk to think
But to think another drink is on the way, it’s great
I’ll get more pissed
And buy a crate of Guinness for my place

Would you like to come with me?
I am too drunk I know
But I can make good talk
Make you laugh smile and feel special
As long as a Guinness is next to me

Submitted: Sunday, December 03, 2006
Edited: Thursday, December 02, 2010

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