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The TV ads would have you believe that people who drink Jim Beam are manly men who go out to the "streep-tease" while their unconcerned, mildly retarded Mexican girlfriends sit patiently at home and grant strange media interviews.

It's not quite true.

They're actually loud drunken bogans who stagger up Spencer St chasing the last train to Frankston, and haven't figured out how to use advanced modern technology like rubbish bins.

@awursterphotos, www,dariovargas,tk, and 219 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. ~wibo~ 69 months ago | reply

    lol @ description
    nice shot!

  2. mr.analog [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

    bogan bokeh !

  3. Museum of Dirt 69 months ago | reply

    Excellent work with the Laser Beams (ligh trails) starting exectly on the bottle.

    Ah good ole Beam - (see also: Dregs, Barrelsraper)

  4. Bogeycat 68 months ago | reply

    Completely awesome. Did I mention awesome?

  5. Bruce M Walker 67 months ago | reply

    Just love the sharpness of the metal and water drops against the background. Really well planned and executed shot!

  6. Kris.B. 62 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Wide-Angle Bokeh, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  7. Geekr 60 months ago | reply

    wonderful capture!
    lights and colours are amazing!

  8. viktor-kiss 59 months ago | reply

    Excellent and fantastic picture!
    This pic is a big fav for me! :) ;)

  9. Mike Ambach 58 months ago | reply

    Terrific photo and accompanying text!

  10. P'nut :P 46 months ago | reply

    mmm... tasty shot! could make a great ad poster.. :P Have u tried to sell it to the company? i would

  11. Photo--Graphy [deleted] 36 months ago | reply

    Great composition ;-)

  12. Donna Jordan Photography 31 months ago | reply

    Really just the coolest!

  13. TriPodRoD 31 months ago | reply

    Grate shot, love the colours.

  14. thewritingreader 29 months ago | reply

    Thanks for sharing via Creative Commons! I used it in my blog today here:

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