Beer or Wine?

Beer or Wine? The choice is yours!In the good-old days there was no choice, if you were posh you drank wine, if you were not you drank beer. Same goes for the Beatles-Stones debate. The Beatles were the nice clean-living, fun loving beat combo, whereas the Rolling Stones were the scare-your-mom hairies. But, making the choice between beer vs wine, Beatles vs Stones led to a societal bifurcation, it split us down in the middle, in other words.

What are the two tribes of today? Burberry vs Barbour? Twitcher vs Birder? Bling vs Blong? Do those sociopolitical barriers between groups still exist? Here’s a short list of the key life choices you must make to help you decide on which side of the fence you sit, in whose camp you reside, and whether you’re a “Lager Lout” or a “Winebar Whinger”. Check through this highly scientific list and then cast your vote in the most important blog poll ever!

Lager Louts
  • PC
  • Star Wars
  • Snapshot
  • Windows
  • Electric
  • Pr0n
  • Rock
  • Stones
  • Jogging
  • Cook
  • Ford
  • Manchester United
  • Coffeetable book
  • Pop Tart
  • Atheism
  • Walmart
  • Constable
  • Cup of char
  • Fingers
  • Big Bong
  • Plastic bag
  • Pizza
  • Camper van
  • French fries
  • Staples
  • Tourist
  • Alpha
Winebar Whingers
  • Apple
  • Dr Who
  • RAW Image
  • Linux
  • Acoustic
  • Erotica
  • Jazz
  • Beatles
  • Yoga
  • Chef
  • Chevy
  • Manchester City
  • MySQL Manual
  • Pop Art
  • New Age
  • Harrod’s
  • Warhol
  • Lapsang Souchong
  • Knife & fork
  • Big Bang
  • Luis Vitton
  • Pasta fresca
  • Penthouse suite
  • Morrocan couscous
  • Red paperclip
  • Traveler
  • Omega

Okay, now it’s time to vote on the single most important deciding factor in our sociopoliticoeconomico experiment. Forget Star Wars v Dr Who. Forget jogging or yoga. Forget even the pr0n-erotica debate. On which side of the fence do you sit? When it comes to Beer or Wine?

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29 thoughts on “Beer or Wine?

  1. It’s amazing as to how this thread has mutated. As to all of the healthy stuff, remember:

    “Be careful about reading health books, you may die of a misprint.” Advice from Mark Twain

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