Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Some Stories You Just Can't Make Up

A German brewing company recently won the right to market F**king Hell Beer after they proved to the European Patent Office that the beer is named for a small village in Austria. According to reports, the name was originally rejected by the Office because the name includes a swear word.

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Brewery spokesman Stefan Fellenberg said: "In German the word for a lager beer is a Helles Beer, so we have also patented the name F**king Hell, which means lager from F**king of course.

"I don't understand why the patents office think of something else. They must have dirty minds."
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According to the Sun, Fellenberg added that if succesful with F**king Hell, then the brewer would open similar breweries in Kissing, Petting, and Piss - all townships in Germany.

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