OK, OK, so you can get drunk on Guinness.
Steve and I met up at the Reluctant Camel, or whatever, and started the experiment at around six. The Guinness Marketing people were there - the first round was free (These people seem to be following me - that's the 10th free Guinness that I've had over the past two or three weeks. They can follow me some more if they feel like it.) There was also a raffle for a really cool beer fridge, but being cool, I didn't win it.
Eloon pitched up for a while. Cool lady, or 'top bird', as Steve would have it. She was the control, on G&T, rather than Guinness.
Some time around half-past eight, we got a little bored of the Elusive Camel, so we concluded the experiment, and wandered down to Cubana, just down the road. We certainly didn't feel drunk at that point, but clearly we hadn't absorbed all the Guinness yet, since Steve and I were soon feeling very drunk indeed. It must have been the Guinness, since we were only drinking various fruit juices. Margaritas, Daiquiris and Mojitos, I think they were called.Posted to by Simon Brunning at March 27, 2003 10:28 AM