You have to read this

Really, you do.  It’s so short, that I can’t quote any of it.

But, SlushPile Hell just rocks sometimes.

(What can I say, I have a soft spot for PBR references even though I can’t recall ever drinking it.)

BTW, my latest beer find: Wooley Booger Nut Brown Ale

Seriously good.  (And there’s even a Deep Thoughts quote at the bottom of the page.  My kind of people.)

About M. H. Lee

M.H. Lee is a speculative fiction writer currently residing in Colorado whose stories are sometimes dark, sometimes funny, sometimes darkly funny, but hopefully always thought-provoking and entertaining.
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2 Responses to You have to read this

  1. Dave Higgins says:

    Investigating PBR made this post more humorous than I anticipate you intended. The most common meanings of the abbreviation in the UK are for a prescribed Governmental report and a type of nuclear reactor, neither of which I would recommend consuming.

    • mhleewriter says:

      That is funny! Me and my cultural biases. In this instance, I do believe PBR stands for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer.

      That kind of reminds me of how people use FTW and mean “for the win”, but I seem to have too many friends who use FML on a regular basis so I think of FTW as meaning something very different.

      (Or that funny iPhone screenshot that shows the mom who thinks that LOL means “lots of love” and puts it at the end of a text about a funeral…Nooo.)

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