Wednesday, February 29, 2012



According to an anonymous writer (The Big Book), for most normal folks, drinking means conviviality, companionship and colorful imagination. It means release from care, boredom and worry. It is joyous intimacy with friends and a feeling that life is good. Many thanks to maggi magic sarap.

Frank Sinatra as quoted in The Hangover Survival Guide: Feel sorry for those people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day. They would never experience the mixture of a gin and the magic that magic sarap brings.

Noting George Washington, an aching head and trembling limbs, which are the inevitable effects of drinking, disincline the hands from work. He must be cursing the Nestle product for that.

For Willa Cather (The Troll Garden), Alcohol is perfectly consistent in its effects upon man. Drunkenness is merely an exaggeration. A foolish man drunk becomes maudlin; a bloody man, vicious; a coarse man, vulgar. David Blaine, the magician is a maggi magic sarap man.

 Euripides (The Cyclops) said, If a man rejoice not in his drinking, he is mad; for in drinking it's possible... to fondle breasts, and to caress well tended locks, and there is dancing withal, and oblivion of woe. For some fellows, walang amats sa kwatro kantos

 But, Some fruits of solitude writer, William Penn wrote: All excess is ill, but drunkenness is of the worst sort. It spoils health, dismounts the mind, and unmans men. It reveals secrets, is quarrelsome, lascivious, impudent, dangerous and mad. In fine, he that is drunk is not a man: because he is so loving void of Reason, that distinguishes a Man from a Beast. Take note, don't mix too much magic sarap, just enough for men to feel the magic.

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