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    And here I thought you just came here to flirt with me, Canio I'm crushed
    Oh believe me that is a large part of it, but I figure I have a far better chance to laugh at Booter than I do for my flirting to work. As such, I play the law of averages

    Now, Larabars and cottage cheese, two of the foulest things on earth. Yikes. Hey, at least the red wine was a good choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Oh believe me that is a large part of it, but I figure I have a far better chance to laugh at Booter than I do for my flirting to work. As such, I play the law of averages

    Now, Larabars and cottage cheese, two of the foulest things on earth. Yikes. Hey, at least the red wine was a good choice.
    Woohoo! I'm getting played as an average! Somebody got promoted in life!

    She didn't tell you it was Boone's Farm "red wine".

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    Quote Originally Posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
    She didn't tell you it was Boone's Farm "red wine".
    Strawberry Hill ftw

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    Mad dog 20/20! You ever drink that? I can make better tasting alcohol in my bathtub.

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    Y'all drink named wine? My budget allows for the bath-tub variety . . . (kidding, mostly. $12 is expensive for me- but Apothic Red is so good!)

    Blame my New England upbringing for not being overtly pleased with your flirting. Trust me, it is still appreciated *flutters eyelashes enticeingly*
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    What's the word? Thunderbird!
    What's the price? A dollar twice!

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    My dad and I used to make homemade wine, mostly grape and muscadime, and it's pretty dang good. I've tried on my own to make watermelon and pear, but all I made was VERY alcoholic rotten juice. It smells nasty, tastes nasty, but you can feel the warm alcohol feeling hit your toes. I still have 5 gallons of the watermelon wine that I'm going to cook down to straight moonshine one of these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnegans Wake View Post
    What's the word? Thunderbird!
    What's the price? A dollar twice!
    Quote Originally Posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
    Mad dog 20/20! You ever drink that? I can make better tasting alcohol in my bathtub.

    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    Y'all drink named wine? My budget allows for the bath-tub variety . . . (kidding, mostly. $12 is expensive for me- but Apothic Red is so good!)
    Yes, I have had all. No, I was not a fan of any of the above. Honestly, I am more a beer and scotch guy. I like wine when I can find one I like, though usually I find 3 I don't like for every one I do.

    Quote Originally Posted by drssgchic View Post
    Blame my New England upbringing for not being overtly pleased with your flirting. Trust me, it is still appreciated *flutters eyelashes enticeingly*
    I blame New England for most things (well, those that are not laid at the feet of California)

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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    I blame New England for most things (well, those that are not laid at the feet of California)
    * splutters *

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gay Panda View Post
    * splutters *
    oh, there are a few good things about california, and I consider your one of them. However, does it not concern you that everything in your state will give you cancer and is labelled as such?

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