Off topic: Pump up your music, I mean your productivity
Thread poster: Vito Smolej
| | Allesklar
Local time: 11:33
English to German
Vito Smolej wrote:
Sure enough when the music went up the beers went down, faster.
Maybe that's because you don't waste time with conversation at that noise level
I sometimes crank up the music when I do a repetitive job and boredom becomes an issue - as soon as I need to think I have to turn it off again.
| | Vito Smolej
Local time: 02:03
English to Slovenian
| noise level as the milking machine || Sep 18, 2008 |
It's Wiesn time (Oktoberfest starting Saturday with O'zapf is @ 12:00 sharp) in Munich and I guess we will again break all records in terms of beer going down the throat (and on to lower body parts... )
... at what cost I ask ye, oh my fellow drinkers of mineral water? At the cost of a permanent ear damage to all those Giovannis, Aussies, Tommies &c, listening to that 95dB Blech Musik...
"Ein Prosit, ein prosit ...." and "Oans, zwoa, gsuffa..."
[Edited at 2008-09-18 13:58]
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