Old Pulteney Single Malt Whisky 70cl £20.97 @ ASDA Luton - HotUKDeals
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A fine single malt. Down in price from £25.

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#1
Very good whisky
#2
how can this be a good deal?????????????????????????????

Calories – With 7 calories per gram, the number of calories in alcohol is second only after fat (9 cals/g). If you are trying to control your weight, avoid alcohol. Alcohol will thwart your weight loss efforts more than most foods.

Hangovers – A hangover describes the sum of unpleasant physiological effects following heavy consumption of drugs, particularly alcoholic beverages. The most commonly reported characteristics of a hangover include headache, nausea, sensitivity to light and noise, lethargy, and thirst.

Accidents – Alcohol related accidents include traffic accidents, domestic or work related accidents. They may result in serious injury or death.

Break ups – Alcohol may fuel irrational behavior such as jealousy and violence that may break up relationships and families.

Flow on effects to other parts of your life – Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol spreads its negative energy to other areas of life. For example, heavy drinkers are less likely to be productive at work.

Hinders creativity – Alcohol slows down the brain functions and impairs creativity. If you want to succeed in life you need a fresh beautiful mind that is free from alcohol.

Escapism – you should face your fears and demons and address underlying issues instead of finding solace in the bottle.

Types of Friends – If you surround yourself with drinking buddies everyday or even just during the weekends, you may be missing out on a whole lot of people out there. There are many good people who do not hit the clubs or pubs. They may be the friends that may make you happy or help make a difference in your life. Avoid the myth that deals are made in pubs. The big deals are made when sober.

Wastes time – Alcohol is the thief of time. Time spent recovering from hangovers or sitting at a pub could be used for other pursuits in life. Remember there is an opportunity cost for every hour of drinking.

Alcoholism - Continuous heavy drinking over a long period of time can lead to a person becoming physically and psychologically dependent on alcohol.

Expensive - Alcohol is expensive, not just in the money that you spend buying beer, wine or spirits, but in the opportunity cost and consequences of drinking. Decide if the price is right for you.

Health Problems – Significant damage to the brain and liver.

Depression and suicide – Alcohol can fuel depression and suicidal tendencies.

Amnesia – Amnesia means the loss of memory; forgetfulness. Alcohol leads to temporary and even permanent amnesia.
#3
[quote=ZOLA_OT]how can this be a good deal?????????????????????????????

Wow, an evening in your house must be a barrel of laughs. Hope the happy clappy squad aren't invading HUKD.
#4
ZOLA_OT
how can this be a good deal?????????????????????????????

Calories – With 7 calories per gram, the number of calories in alcohol is second only after fat (9 cals/g). If you are trying to control your weight, avoid alcohol. Alcohol will thwart your weight loss efforts more than most foods.

Hangovers – A hangover describes the sum of unpleasant physiological effects following heavy consumption of drugs, particularly alcoholic beverages. The most commonly reported characteristics of a hangover include headache, nausea, sensitivity to light and noise, lethargy, and thirst.

Accidents – Alcohol related accidents include traffic accidents, domestic or work related accidents. They may result in serious injury or death.

Break ups – Alcohol may fuel irrational behavior such as jealousy and violence that may break up relationships and families.

Flow on effects to other parts of your life – Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol spreads its negative energy to other areas of life. For example, heavy drinkers are less likely to be productive at work.

Hinders creativity – Alcohol slows down the brain functions and impairs creativity. If you want to succeed in life you need a fresh beautiful mind that is free from alcohol.

Escapism – you should face your fears and demons and address underlying issues instead of finding solace in the bottle.

Types of Friends – If you surround yourself with drinking buddies everyday or even just during the weekends, you may be missing out on a whole lot of people out there. There are many good people who do not hit the clubs or pubs. They may be the friends that may make you happy or help make a difference in your life. Avoid the myth that deals are made in pubs. The big deals are made when sober.

Wastes time – Alcohol is the thief of time. Time spent recovering from hangovers or sitting at a pub could be used for other pursuits in life. Remember there is an opportunity cost for every hour of drinking.

Alcoholism - Continuous heavy drinking over a long period of time can lead to a person becoming physically and psychologically dependent on alcohol.

Expensive - Alcohol is expensive, not just in the money that you spend buying beer, wine or spirits, but in the opportunity cost and consequences of drinking. Decide if the price is right for you.

Health Problems – Significant damage to the brain and liver.

Depression and suicide – Alcohol can fuel depression and suicidal tendencies.

Amnesia – Amnesia means the loss of memory; forgetfulness. Alcohol leads to temporary and even permanent amnesia.

LOL
However, Zola thnk you have made the rookie mistake of confusing a Jakey with a Lush. Jackey = p*shy tramp with chronic alcohol problem, personality disorder and small to medium sized dog on a rope, often heard to utter the terrifying cry of BIG ISHOOOO. Lush = middle to upper class person who likes a snifter with dinner, after dinner, at the gentleman's club, during shopping spree, whilst out shooting or at polo club (just a social drinker, I can take it or leave it honest). Perhaps you should repost on this link and leave the lovely malt drinking Lushes alone.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tennents-super-lager-4-pack-half-price-3-21-sainsburys-instore/914888
#5
Lushes are not exactly healthy people either.
#6
mccririck
Lushes are not exactly healthy people either.

Ah Mr McCririck, as a bit of a lush yourself (assuming your are the real John ;) ), I thought you would appreciate the irony......
banned 1 Like #7
Goes nice with Pepsi

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