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  • 65 66
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 9:42am

    9:06...750ml is 26oz, 1.5L is 60 oz...

  • 66 73
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 3:02pm

    ok...sooo 750ml is 25oz since 30ml is 1oz so 1500ml is 50oz ..... k?

  • 73 87
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 12:07pm

    11:14 ... must be in Jersey

  • 69 85
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 1:58pm

    750 ml = 25.360516919175 oz. 1500 ml = 50.72103383835 oz. sorry, just wanted ta be part of the conversation.

  • 63 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 10:12am

    oops meant 1.75L is 60oz

  • 59 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 28, 10 at 4:57pm

    2:44 you rock

  • 60 77
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 11:12pm

    i dont even know you people

  • 58 77
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 9:57am

    I really hope you're not serious...750 ml x 2 = 1.5 ml....26 x 2 = equals 52...

  • 59 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 12:18pm

    11:27 you're awesome!

  • 55 76
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 9:06am

    weird. we only get liquor in 750 mL and 1.5L bottles here. what a time to be alive!

  • 52 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 6:48am

    A 26er is a 26 oz bottle of liquor. I think the note on the forehead is just random and that's what makes it funny.

  • 47 65
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 3:38am

    If anyone gets it, please explain it. This is stupid. How some of these get here and not others I just don't understand.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 7:23am

    Lame... I liked it more before I understood it. At least there was mystery to it.

  • 55 92
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 11:14am

    i really hope YOU arent serious 9:57....750mL x 2 is NOT 1.5 mL....epic phail

  • 50 91
    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 1, 09 at 2:44pm

    1.5 = drunk. 750 = amatuer