What I Learned in Belgium

Our ski weekend fell through and we were faced with a dilemma.  How would we spend our vacation?  Drinking beer in Belgium of course!  It was a packed 3 days filled with more than just beer.  Check out what we learned and heard in Belgium.

  • 4 cokes, 2 waters, and 1 coffee = $65.  Lesson learned.
  • There is never a bible in the nightstand.
  • A coke is $6 and the rarest beer in the world is $14.
  • Belgians LOVE Prince.
  • The street waffles are atrocious.  The restaurant waffles are to die for.
  • Yeast is a laxative and much needed after a long flight.
  • The trash men are hot.
  • Slugbug black!
  • Fanny packs are the tits in Europe.
  • Danny and Michelle could have their own comedy show.  Michelle would have one line. “DANNY!”
  • Belgian waiters shush noisy children.
  • Belgium has saggy city titties.
  • “She’s wearing Wranglers! Ask her if we can take a picture of her butt.”
  • The bartender pours the last of the beer in a shot glass and says, “Toilet business.”
  • Drinking beer is like making love to a beautiful woman.
  • The British love all the songs from my Jr High days…Madonna, Crash Test Dummies, and that song about walking 500 miles.
  • Who the F is alice?

Now that the list is actually compiled, I am realizing that it was probably funnier after a couple triples at the pub.


2 Comments to “What I Learned in Belgium”

  1. Sweet Jesus! I completely forgot about the “Cos for twenty-four years I’ve been living next door to Alice.” Do you know that we rode around on that Segway thing the following morning. I was stilled out of my tree!

  2. LOL! I had to mentally translate the last sentence. You guys went bananas when the Alice song came on. Did you tip over on the Segway?

    We rolled out of bed at 11 am to find the 7th trappist and then ended up playing on the beach in Ostend.

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