10 Fundamentals About beer birthday meme You Didn’t Learn in School


My friend and I were out for a night on the town and we were passing by a bar that had a very unique birthday cake. The cake itself had a bunch of candles on it and had the words, “BELIEVE TODAY” written on it. I had a beer and promptly fell off my beer wagon.

That’s because the beer I had was a beer that had had a bunch of people inside it and they drank all of it. Then they had to have the cake with their names on it, which is why the cake with the words, BELIEVE TODAY, came up in the first place.

I don’t know if this has happened before or not, but it is an odd thing to watch as my friend and I passed by the bar and see two guys drinking all of the beer in the bar. One of them had a birthday cake with a bunch of candles and the other guy seemed to be in the middle of a group drinking.

The person with the cake and candles probably thought the cake was a “sucker,” but the group was probably drunk and decided that the word “believe today” was a good way to start the party.

This all happened a couple of days ago at my friend’s birthday party. I have to say that the whole thing was pretty strange. It was a nice touch that people at the party were giving each other presents, but it was still strange.

In case you were wondering, alcohol is a universal part of the birthday party circuit. People get drunk for birthdays all over the globe, and some even use it to pretend to be someone else when they’re really just being a complete douche. It’s a very fun fact to be able to share with the masses—that a bunch of people were drinking and that they were just pretending to be a bunch of people.

I think I might have found a new meme that people will appreciate.

It’s not just that we get drunk but that we’re the ones who are celebrating. We’re the ones who have had a few beers with those we know, while being completely oblivious to what we are actually doing and saying. It’s a nice little twist of the birthday party concept.

It’s a great way to get people to talk to each other, I think. When everyone is just pretending to be someone they aren’t, it just doesn’t feel real.

I don’t know if this is a trend but its nice to be reminded of that in a way. For many of us, birthday parties are the first time we get to experience the sheer insanity of alcohol. It can be a bit overwhelming, so we tend to put off having a party until we hit the age of a certain threshold. I’ve never been one to shy away from drinking, but drinking and celebrating birthdays really do add up.