One day I went to a beer bust
at his fraternity with some other girls, and he tripped me -- on purpose, he said, to meet me.
X Bar (xbardenver.com) is an easygoing lounge with good happy hours, karaoke nights, and a Sunday beer bust
that turns up the club volume late on weekends.
Allan and Brian had met at a Sunday Beer Bust
at the Ambush on Harrison in San Francisco, a meeting that led to a full-blown relationship almost overnight.
I have heard the "49" characterized as a "beer bust
with a drum", but this fails utterly to convey the event and in fact offers an injustice.
The guys who'd brought them there were having a beer bust
. They got drunker and drunker, and eventually got sticks and beat the penguins to death.
And while the Bodenstabs offer free T-shirts and an afternoon beer bust
to keep things lively, the main attraction is a good ROI for attendees on the time it takes to see what suppliers have to offer--not quite from A to Z, but from Adhesives to Workbenches.
Queen (the band, not the treasured institution) have connived to ruin my well-earned four-day beer bust
. They've been pretty unavoidable really.
soccer team, their beer bust
is drowning out the movie.
This in itself will raise academic eyebrows, implying--as it seems to--that a beer bust
is as good as a Heidegger seminar.
I guess I'm just too far removed from the college beer bust
scene to appreciate this Web site.
"Maybe they did some shoplifting or were caught in a beer bust
. I tried to be fair, but also firm.
"The government makes me wear a helmet when I'm on a motorcycle, and it makes me wear a seat belt when I'm driving a car," she said, "But where was it at the Greater Wenatchee Beer Bust
& No-Host Wet T-shirt Contest when I needed it?"
But while a Delta Lambda Phi brother might don a party frock or enjoy a rowdy beer bust
now and then, he'd be just as likely to work on the traffic-control crew for the East Coast AIDS Ride or visit sick kids in a hospital.
From our dress code ("You must!") to beer busts
to our April Fools' pranks to SunRise to our quiet enjoyment at night of a long, hard, well-done day of work, no company enjoyed "work" more than Sun.
In 1979 organizers of the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights were so strapped for cash that they took to throwing beer busts
and selling buttons (like the ones displayed here) to raise money.