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What do you Consider a Tallboy?

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- Sat, 13 Mar 2021 12:17:48 EST 473m6gKi No.286004
File: 1615655868717.jpg -(39693B / 38.76KB, 333x368) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. What do you Consider a Tallboy?
I've heard people say tallboy's are either 16 or 24 ounce cans. I've also heard people refer to 16 oz cans as "pounders" but I've never heard of this. Is this a regional thing? What actually is a tallboy?

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Thomas Crecklelark - Sat, 13 Mar 2021 22:54:53 EST 4H/9l7bZ No.286005 Reply
never heard of a pounder. i always understood a "tall" boy to be taller than the standard/most common size, 16oz. so a 24 oz or maybe even a 32 oz would be a tall boy to me
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David Wottingdure - Sun, 14 Mar 2021 04:53:45 EST UkvGjzjD No.286007 Reply
>>286004
Pounders are 16oz, tall boys are 24oz. Pretty standard. Pounders must be a regional thing because everyone by me (Western NY) calls them pounders.
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Nell Cammerlock - Mon, 15 Mar 2021 15:35:36 EST XqjQZdbA No.286013 Reply
>>286010
So one drinks one pound, I think
so if one looks at history, 16 oz
was tallboys. 24 oz sounds
good to me. So if we look at
history, say 12 OZ miller cans
there was 6 oz beers.
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Nell Cammerlock - Mon, 15 Mar 2021 15:43:00 EST XqjQZdbA No.286014 Reply
>>286013
So Steel Reserve 24 OZ makes sense.
Let's call 64 OZ Old E makes sense.
Yet it was called illegal. Like one would
give a FK. Unless the Malt Liquor would
would get warm and kinda difficult to
drink.
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Nell Cammerlock - Mon, 15 Mar 2021 16:15:59 EST XqjQZdbA No.286018 Reply
>>286017
the point was, on government regulated job-sites, was to allow the minimum
allowed ALC content. To allow workers safe ALC content
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Barnaby Bimmlefag - Tue, 16 Mar 2021 02:45:50 EST q7OFAysf No.286020 Reply
>>286018
This is true. I used to work for a large state college and the union electricians in their contract had a clause that they were allowed up to half a pint with lunch. This was allegedly from the 60's to keep them from being too hung over. I only knew 2 guys who did this and they usually just split a 12oz can/bottle around noon on a Friday.
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Fucking Blackdock - Tue, 16 Mar 2021 03:08:28 EST SIAMnSFh No.286021 Reply
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>>286020
>the union electricians in their contract had a clause that they were allowed up to half a pint with lunch. This was allegedly from the 60's to keep them from being too hung over

Take me back pls i hate this neoliberal virtual-hellworld bullshit

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