Couple visit up to 23 pubs a day and have spent £15k trying to visit every one in UK
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Before you judge - remember - you only get one life so make sure you live it exactly how you want.
That's what one pub-loving couple have done after spending around £15,000 trying to visit every boozer in the country.
Although their pub challenge started last March, the couple claim to be rarely hungover despite visiting up to 23 pubs a day.
What started as an unusual New Year's resolution has now turned into a daily activity.
And recently, the pair celebrated their 460th day visiting pubs around England.
The couple - who got engaged in a pub last October - said they try to visit three pubs a day, on average.
They are aiming to beat a Guinness World Record of visiting the most pubs in 24 hours, which at the moment stands at around 80.
"I've always been interested in pubs, especially the old ones as I love their history and I even ran my own pub for 10 years," Dale explained.
"Since starting the challenge last year, I would estimate we've spent around £15,000 so far.
"I wouldn't even want to guess at how many miles we've covered but it's got to be thousands."
At each pub, Dale and Holly always order an alcoholic drink and normally choose a 'quick' half pint as it lets them visit multiple pubs in one day.
Dale said: "We normally manage to do it [the pub crawl] hangover free.
"I think it's because I'm so adapted to drinking nowadays I get away with it.
"I'm twice the size of Holly so I can obviously drink more than her as she's only five foot four, but she can definitely drink a lot more than she used to before she was with me."
After visiting each pub, the couple write a review and post it on their Facebook page which is followed by over 6,000 people.
"Out of the 1,549 we've visited so far, I've only come up with negative things to say about 10 I wouldn't want to go back to. We're totally honest with our reviews," Dale added.
To complete the colossal pub crawl, Dale has estimated he and Holly will have to visit more than 60,000 pubs.
"The whole point of this bar crawl is that we were really sad that lots of pubs were closing and it's really sad to drive past them and see them boarded up," he admitted.
"Anything we can do to help to keep British Pubs open we want to do.
"We've had a few people message us saying thank you for the great reviews and have tried the pubs out and they are now their new local pubs.
"We want to keep British pubs open."