Does Michelob actaully sell beer? I'm sure they do, but compared to Budweiser, Coors, Sam Adams, etc., I can't specifically remember the last time I drank a Michelob or saw someone purchasing some Michelob in the store. Let me check my resources.................................okay, this is sort of gay. But the www.michelob.com requires you to enter your birthday before entering the site??
Couple quick questions:
1. Do you have to be 21 to enter an alchohol-related website?
2. If I'm under 21, and I enter my correct birthday, what happens?
-Answer: you're directed to the Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks page. Again...gay.
3. If I'm under 21, but I enter a fake birthday which gives me the cyber-appearance of being over 21, what happens?
-Answer: you get right in just like I did with my fake ID at 19.
"Well, I'm so excited to have finally turned 21, now I can get into Michelob.com."
--quote that will never be overheard.
Not really sure why I'm worried about Michelob, it's probably pretty tasty. Afterall, if I'm going to drink a Bud, or a Coors Light, then I'm pretty sure it doesn't get worse than that. I actually remember buying "Beer" in college, and it wasn't all that bad. That level of beer is all the same if you ask me.
In summary, beer is good. We like to drink beer. Possibly this point was missed as it was subtle, but the word "gay" is not used by me to refer to homosexuality or anything related to it. Similary (this just goes for me), the word "fag" does not refer to a homosexual male, but the term "fag hag" does in fact describe a woman who hangs out with gay men.
What's a "fag" then? It refers to a guy who wants to know what it means. Seriously, is this what you want to know? If so, you're definitely "gay."