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So if it is a plastic cork you can not use it
join me in the hot tub at www.bigfrankshottub.com
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THIS is how the woot-off ends?????
You gotta be kiddin' me......
I am SO glad I know NOBODY who would bother with such a thing!!!
And I am quite sure THIS is a quality post, although I doubt I get credit
I love you all anyway.......lol
Let's drink....shall we?
I am having the Helix 2006 Pomatia that I purchased here many moons ago.....2-17-10 to be exact......
Here...let me be a rat for ya.....it was good. Not the best....but a good solid drunk....drink......you know.......and just so ya know...I would be happy to rat for you all anytime....I keep it simple....
But frankly Scarlet.....
Cheers you bunch a wineos.....
It is well to remember that there are five reasons for drinking wine: the arrival of a friend; one's present or future thirst; the excellence of the wine; or any other reason.
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My local market collects used corks for recycling, as do some Whole Foods I believe. Here's a Huff Post article about cork recycling.
I Bet on Sky
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We got a carefully constructed window out of an old farmhouse decorated with a hundred or so used corks. Blech!. One man's cutesy craftsy crap is another man's tacky crap.
This would be cool if you think collecting corks is cool. Just don't gift it (or your corks) unless you are positive that that person has the same hobby.
Asceticism is for those that can't afford Hedonism.