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Old 09-10-2009, 12:59 PM   #31
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Well, it remains a mystery then. Because I've met others who have had the same experience; like I said, enough that it doesn't seem a coincidence. It even seemed to be common knowledge amongst many to whom I've told my embarrassing story. Maybe it has to do with the beer being opened already when it got warm and was re-chilled. Maybe it was the type of beer. I only had one; it was not a "can't hold my liquor" thing. One beer ≠ me horking in the bushes. I just know it happened, and I don't wish it on anyone.
It could have had nothing to do with the beer at all and was just a coincidence that you were drinking. You could have just caught something that made you throw up and then be fine after.
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Old 09-10-2009, 01:20 PM   #32
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Anything's possible. It would probably be easier for me to believe it was a coincidence if I hadn't spoken to others who have had similar experiences.
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