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The Jameson-Gen


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Staying in the City Resort Hostel is more like living in a cinema. Apart from the fact, that there is no actual screen but you are part of the plot. You can decide to take part whenever you want or just observe and enjoy yourself.

Having been living here for a while, I saw a lot of Irish guys coming and going. Actually there was a bunch of people living there for quite a while. All of them, when they're sober, nice, enjoyable, funny people to stay with. When they're sober. But actually I never saw them sober. That's where I start asking myself this one question. Over weeks, they were drinking at nighttime, when I got up for work, they were still drinking. When I finished work, they had a new box of goon (very cheap wine). Then I went jogging and when I returned I would usually welcomed with another, new, sort of liquor. Next I would take a shower and have a meal on the rooftop. When I just sat down it happened, that the crowd would join me on the rooftop having something different in their hands, which was a mixture between energy-drink, goon and beer. Well, what I was asking myself is: Several hours had passed. We were going through at least one, usually several periods of sunrise and sunset. So how can a human being possibly bear constantly being under such conditions? The answer:
Scientist have found, that there is a new gen, which was just recently discovered. It's actually subject to modification of a different gen. They found that Jameson whiskey contains certain particles which will transform your gens if consumed frequently. This they called the Jameson-Gen. There we go. There is an explanation to this phenomenon.

Posted by cabdragon 01:16 Archived in Australia

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