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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Lol....wow...anytime and all the time apparently.
It would be hard for anyone to beat this monstrosity... unless people start bringing their own fork lifts to the beer store with them...hahaha
great stuff I want one but could not carry it LOL
This is awesome, and that is the only word that can even begin to describe this 7 foot long, 80 pound work of art.