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Monday, July 10, 2017

Euro Nanny Hates Booze

My thanks to a loyal reader who pointed me in the direction of an article in the Independent that warns about nanny having a go at drinkers again.

A report by United European Gastroenterology wants alcohol sales to be restricted and minimum pricing introduced.

For why?

Seemingly Europe needs to be weaned off its “deeply embedded” fondness for alcohol.

Apparently Europe drinks more alcohol than any other part of the world and consequently has the highest rate of ill-health and premature death linked directly to it.

Seemingly the Brits are to blame in part (a swelling of national pride!) because of the 24-hour availability of alcohol in the UK. However, we only rank eight in the boozer league (Lithuania comes out top).

Notwithstanding that, Euro Nanny wants evening sales banned, minimum pricing introduced etc etc.

Euro Nanny can F Off!


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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous4:42 PM

    Well if Spain is near the bottom of the list, either other countries are full of complete piss heads or the research is bollocks.

    Here a morning drink is a ‘cafĂ© carajillo’, which is a strong coffee with a large measure of brandy. An excellent way to start any day.

    McDonalds, along with all other fast food places will, (and very often do) serve you a beer with your burger.

    At this time of year, the beach ‘chiringuitos’ do business from early in the morning until late at night.

    Alcohol can be brought at any petrol station and all service stations 24 hours a day.

    Bars usually stay open until the last person leaves.

    Almost all restaurants offer customers a free ‘shot’ of very strong alcohol when giving you the bill.

    Very popular drinks include the obvious Sangria, which has no particular recipe except for red wine and whatever spirits you have to hand, and ‘Tinto Verano’ which the locals drink (a mixture of red wine and Fanta lemon. Tastes better than it sounds.

    Also, the researchers would have no way of monitoring what nationalities are buying alcohol. In Spain, the amount of our cheap booze consumed by tourists is truly staggering. Brits and Norwegians being the main culprits.

    1.6 drinks per day per person on average? Fuck off!