What is this bear doing?

My fellow inebriates, I need your help. What is this bear doing? And why does it have beer? (We don’t even have any in the house.)

Pabst bears

Okay, so is it barfing out a rainbow? (When my mum worked at Expo ’86 they used to call tourist barf a “technicoloured rainbow”). Does Pabst mean to tell us its product will make us vomit? Or just panda bears, who are notoriously picky about what they consume? (OMG, don’t get me started, MFI, they are not even real bears; they don’t even have the same number of chromosomes as Scary and I have.)

And if it’s not chucking up those two cans of Pabst, is it making some sort of social commentary?

Your thoughts, my fellow inebriates.

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7 responses to “What is this bear doing?”

  1. Rachael C. Black says :

    This bear is one of those damned hippies who’s been Burning Man. Our camp eschews said hippies. Do you know how I recognized his Burner status? He’s drinking PBR -official beer of the Playa and Black Rock City. Seriously though, everyone gives away free alcohol to their camp visitors and it’s
    Always PBR.
    Ditch the hippie man!

    • liquorstorebear says :

      OMG! Thanks for clueing me in! I’ve never had a Pabst, never even seen it in the store. I suspect it would be watery, which could be good in the desert I guess. And if it were free, well then, I would take it.

  2. Elemmire Anini says :

    pabst is trying to say that drinking will fill you with awesome to the point of spewing it everywhere in the form of a rainbow. not that it makes much sense. i wouldn’t drink it again, even if it was free.

  3. Indra Anderson says :

    Like a rainbow in your mouth? Or possibly their beer is radioactive and that strange glow is an indicator you need a Haz Mat squad and a big dose of Prussian Blue. On the plus side, when the radiation is finally excreted — in a glowing pile of navy blue pooh — you’ll know your on the mend.

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