Beer Pyramid — We were having a celebration of life for a friend that sadly passed from COVID. He was a huge beer drinker, so we all got together, grabbed his favorite beer, and began drinking. He would build pyramids with empty cans, so we did that. It was coming up well and was starting to get too tall when all of a sudden, it just got knocked over. We all knew it was him being his silly self. We then all burst out laughing and shared our stories about our friend. It has to be one of the best beer-drinking days I have had in a long time.
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