Beer Goggles

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Hypothetical eyewear that people are said to put on after drinking too much, which distorts the objective appearance of a potential partner for a one-night stand
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Beer Goggles, who is entered in the Sun Bets Stayers' Hurdle, finished fifth at Cheltenham but will spend the rest of the season with Martin near Minehead.
Women claim they don't get beer goggles, but Dr Ellison said, "they do".
As Beer Goggles faded from the foot of the hill, Agrapart and Wholestone went head to head, with the former forging clear for a three-length success.
And Kayley, who will saddle Beer Goggles in the Cleeve Hurdle, revealed a fundraising page, benefiting Mind, the Injured Jockeys Fund and the Devon Air Ambulance, has been set up.
According to DOUG's research, 70 percent of people would prefer PS10 worth of Scratchcards to socks, 84 percent of you would prefer Scratchcards to novelty gifts like beer goggles, or hats with bendy straws, and a whopping 93 percent of you would prefer National Lottery Scratchcards to a comedy tie.
They want the guys to believe that the whiff of a good aftershave is the equivalent of giving a girl nasal beer goggles.
Doesn't she know that some women would rather not remember what they might or might not have done with an ugly random punter while her beer goggles were in full working order?
Things are a little awkward the next morning when Aaron removes his beer goggles and discovers Finn's just a little bit keener than he is (right).
Members of Youth Service will help visitors to try on beer goggles - glasses that mimic the effects of alcohol.
Pictured with their beer goggles on inspecting one of the ales at this year's festival are Brian Glover and Julie Hutcheon PICTURE: Richard Swingler [umlaut]
It is also known that attractiveness rises when people have had a drink or three - the beer goggles effect.
I had beer goggles on and I've humiliated my girlfriend and lost the best thing in my life.