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How much bigger do you think a case of beer will end up getting?


There was a time when a dozen eggs meant 12 eggs, but then came along a baker's dozen which meant 13 eggs. That was just in case a clumsy baker broke an egg while he was in the middle of cooking a meal. A gallon of gas meant a gallon, and it still does even though a gallon of gas cost a lot more these days. A case of beer was always a standard 24 cans or bottles. Then came along a 30 pack of beer, which fit perfectly into the refrigerator. If that wasn't enough a 36 pack came onto the store shelves. What's next a 48 pack? Which would actually equal 2 normal cases of beer in layman terms.

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    Robert the Bruce 2 years ago

    Lol....wow...anytime and all the time apparently.


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