How to Drink Beer Like a Sir: An Introduction

You see, even in 2013 a lot of women think that drinking beer is a manly man’s activity. Well ladies, I am here to squash that trend and redefine your desire to enjoy a nice cold beer. Now don’t get alarmed, but what I am about to tell you is the secret to not just drinking a beer, but enjoying a beer like a sir.

Let’s start off by defining the title, sir.

According to Merriam-Webster, the term sir is “used as a polite or respectful way of addressing a man, especially one in a position of authority: ‘excuse me, sir’.”

Beer Post 1Well ladies, I am here to give you the authority to drink that beer.

In this day of age, we openly use sir to describe a human being who is acting with swagger. Now let’s proceed by defining the word, swagger. Swagger, according to UrbanDictionary.com, is “how one presents his or her self to the world. Swagger is shown from how the person handles a situation…”

So I would like to take the liberty of practicing my freedom of speech by clarifying the definition of swagger to be “how one presents his or her self to the world” in a manner of awesomeness. Like beer, a simple carbonated, malt beverage with the hidden power of unleashing your awesomeness, swagger,  & abilities of a sir.

Allow me to introduce my new series to kick spring into season, How to Drink Beer Like a Sir; The Complete Works.

Stay tuned for next week’s post; How to Drink Beer Like a Sir; Raise Your Glass

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Until next time ladies,

Fräulein Rose

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2 thoughts on “How to Drink Beer Like a Sir: An Introduction

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