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Related: Culture Forums, Support Forums# At the bierfests, MFM wanted to marry this woman. Hell, by night's end, he wanted to marry them all!

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This is about 25-30 pounds of weight and she would do it her entire shift. Do NOT go there. I love her.

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#### Denninmi

(6,581 posts)Or would that be steins? I don't drink, so I don't know the right terminology for her very attractive glassware.

#### Arkansas Granny

(31,457 posts)#### rurallib

(62,305 posts)Because we know the one and only (fucking immortal) MFM (an American original!)

#### Yavin4

(35,247 posts)Freud would be proud.

#### mockmonkey

(2,758 posts)bieberfest.

#### cliffordu

(30,994 posts)#### In_The_Wind

(72,300 posts)#### surrealAmerican

(11,318 posts)... who's still trying to calculate the weight.

The beer, assuming those hold about a pint each, would weigh 12 lbs. I'm still not quite sure how heavy the glass steins are ....

#### tandot

(6,671 posts)You do the math

#### Quantess

(27,630 posts)I'm guesstimating it is a lot more than 25-30 lbs.

#### tandot

(6,671 posts)So, she is carrying 12 mugs = 60 pounds

Wow.

#### MiddleFingerMom

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... generous heads on those beers, the beer itself was probably 20 lbs (approx.

3 gallons of beer @8lbs/gal = 24 lbs.)

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Those are THICK-walled liter mugs (built for bierfest-level exuberance) -- I have

no idea how much each weighs, but I was figuring closer to 35-40 lbs. total.

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The women almost ALL looked like that. They all could carry those 12 mugs and

they did it all day and all night at a bierfest.

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While smiling.

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They could snap your forearm in a pretty nasty compound fracture if you dared

to arm-wrestle them... or pinch/caress them in the wrong place.

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Although many of them had a soft spot (both figuratively and literally) for

harmless old grandfatherly types.

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