If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
I prolly should taken the Great European Divorce Tour back then (1982).Oh!Right.Travel was much more limited then.*Sigh*
I was right in the middle of a "Great European Tour" of sorts back in '82, entering into my second full year o' living in Ol' Blighty. My travel wasn't very limited at all in those years. My, how things have changed! ;-)
I was thinking in terms of the lack of democracy in Eastern European countries.
In that case, I most definitely WAS limited in my travel opportunities. USAF wouldn't have looked kindly on me traipsing off to Prague back in those days.
Ummmmmmm. . . "Bathe in yeast?"I'm sorry. . . I can't help thinkin'. . . my wife has had a yeast infection or two in her young life, and those are just no damn fun. Who the hell would want to bathe in the stuff? . . . I mean, especially nubile young women, when it looks like soakin' their privates is the whole idea. . .Color me "Huh?"
Two possibilities here, I think. (1) "Yeast," as used here, might be a Brit-ism for beer, like we use "brewskis." (2) Brewers yeast and a yeast infection are two ENTIRELY different things! I might could possibly understand soaking in a brewers yeast solution, but I'm thinking it would be weird. As for the difference between the two things... like you, I know from whence I speak. ;-)
Those girls don't look 21 to me. Although I remember the 18 year old drinking age, having participated, but that was many Administrations ago, when freedom reined and men came back from war without crying in their beer.
The drinking age is 18 in the Czech Republic. That age seems to be pretty much standard in a a lot of the world.
Just be polite... that's all I ask.