Treasure Island

Richard Sockett

(29/07/1970 / Sheffield)

Drinking In A Pub

Down your tools on Friday night, its time to hit the pub
Rounds bought for friends, menus read lets order some grub
Inside the pub find somewhere cozy by the fire
Nothing compares to a nice cold beer, of that I will never tire
Karaoke night is a great way to relax and unwind
Imitating Elvis one of the greatest entertainers of mankind
Now lets get our brains in gear and answer the pub quiz
Gin and tonic goes down well followed by bucks fizz

Ice and lemon in your drink for the finishing touch
Nuts and raisins are a tasty treat, you can never eat too much

Apple juice fermented becomes a nice refreshing cider

Pints of bitter and of lager to choose from a list getting ever wider
Use your common sense ditch the car don't drink and drive
Booze can make you do some crazy things so its better to arrive alive

Submitted: Thursday, December 08, 2011
Edited: Friday, December 09, 2011

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