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i have a question. Does anyone have a scotch labeled: Boots of Bilging?
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I recently observed a table of battle navigators enjoying several healthy glasses of Post-battel Divide. At first, some did not understand the somewhat complex aromas of auto-divvy to hold. Many complained about the acrid flavor of jumpers de ship, although some did not detect this. A couple of the more outspoken ones were eventually won over by the flavors, and it allowed them to boast of their superior palate.
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I popped open an old, dusty case of Is Ruining the Game I just came across. Even now, the lingering aftertaste of bitterness that comes after the flavor of many sour grapes makes me wonder why I even bought it in the first place.
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For anyone who is finding the above-mentioned whines too bitter, I recommend Someone Placed a Very Large Order at My Stall. Its surprising, fruity flavor is always refreshing.
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I don't quite know how to describe this whine.. It's... Interesting.
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The 2006 Pets! Pinot Noir was a fine vintage whine that is incredibly tart but has surprisingly little aftertaste.
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I don't quite know how to describe this whine.. It's... Interesting.

Kinda like something that makes you burp, say excuse me, and pretend it didn't happen?
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It looks as though the latest vintage of I got cheated out of 50ish poe has recently his the shops. Mmm, tastes bitter.

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Personaly I've taken quite a liking to the new whine on the Cobalt scene the Please plank me, plank me can you plank me?!?!?? whine, Although the blend is a tad assaulting on the taste buds at first, another quickly followed splash will smoothen its taste and leave you fruitily refreshed

tried hopefully did not fail lol


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Ahhh....my personal favorite whine is the "Ocean Masters Only Care for Dubloon Purchasers " whine. Particular to the DubViniards, it is so nicely fruity with just a hint of spice; a wonderfully exquisite flavor.

If you're looking for something a little more well aged, the DubViniards also offer another wonderful blend "If you care about the game you'll purchase dubloons." This is better if well aged. A nice Merlot, with rich color and a complex flavor...not for the uneducated whine taster. One must be careful, however, or else this wonderful brew may wind up corked.
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OMG the best thread ever came back. I'm so happy.

I have found that since starting work here at the Three Rings offices, that I partake more and more frequently of the I got hacked vintage. I suppose I might find it repetitive, but the vineyards just keep giving the keys to the storehouse to every hearty, greenie, and passerby, so who am I to deny the free goods?

I find it a heady and sometimes muddled blend of confusing circumstances, wild accusations, and right at the end, a hint of outright denial. Recommended paired with the sugary plz halp im crying cheese.
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I cracked open a bottle of the vintage My ocean is better than yours yesterday, it has a strong, bitter taste that is too much for some. But when paired with the parly iznt 4 fiteing or u sux greenie cheese, it can be one of the best vintages around.
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A fine coompanion to Mad Dog 20/20, the "Don't you realize 13-year-olds play this game?" never fails to enflame the consumer. Initially envelops the partaker in a glowing righteous warmth, but at the expense of logical judgement and memory.

Anyone consuming this potent beverage will quickly forget what it is like to be 13.
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I've just been subjected to the 2007 Dockpress. It's far less subtle and a lot more tart than the 2006 vintage, but gets the job done. I find a good swig of Mute and Complain goes down a trick if the Dockpress does not agree with you.

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I have recently sampled the "Technique or exploit" vintage. Truthfully, I do not know the proper technique for sampling this vintage, and rather than spending all the long time needed to truly understand it, I'd like an exploit a rapid lesson on it :-)

(Should this post be brought to any OM's direct attention?)
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A personal favorite is "Why won't the OMs answer my bratty and demanding inquiries on-demand?" The nutty flavour is all too often spoiled by the inherent sourness, and the fact that it insists on being guzzled down as quickly as possible ruins the taste. Far too often it ends up tasting like the Davy Jones bilgewater, but perhaps that's for the best.
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So far, I'm a big fan of this year's vintage of Jobbers Leave Before Port. It's a wonderful bargain compared to previous vintages that could set you back thousands.
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So far, I'm a big fan of this year's vintage of Jobbers Leave Before Port. It's a wonderful bargain compared to previous vintages that could set you back thousands.


I find it goes down well, and is far easier on the brain than it's fore-running "cn we prt i hav to go!!" or the "we shld hav prtd!! well loose teh poez!!"

I for one don't miss those two whines...
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There is a certain purity, a certain essence, of a special font whine, that just cannot be appreciated until experienced.
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So, I just cracked open the new I spend 5000 doubs a months so listen to me! whine. A fine taste, but a very expensive whine, not really worth the price in my opinion.
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You guys just reminded me! I need to pick up another bottle of "Not enough Jobbers" tomorrow while I'm out!
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There's always the Cabernet I can't order rum because no employees are renowned, even though they all produce expert labor as well as the Mead with the name The game was much better when I could forage my own commodities
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Nah, don't bother Mur, get yourself a bottle of "Nevasailagain" from Rockstah Vineyards. Normally a vintage highly restricted in it's production quantity thus maintaining it's exclusivity, this year it's bitter twang is souring tastebuds across the whole world due to recent changes in the recipe enabling larger quantities to be made in a short space of time. However, rumour has it the return on each bottle has been dratically reduced.
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I just had a glass of Change the AI back, and it was delicious
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The All on one! is horriible and will have a sour aftertaste, although it is best enjoyed with company.
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I've found the Why is the rum so expensive? to be an interesting whine found currently coming from the Virid Whineyards. This whine seems to be doing so well that several people are lookin into producing it in the Midnight Whineyards but it has lacked the financial backing to be a success everywhere
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I just had a taste of the Public Bounty whine, a fine whine best mixed with the Blithering Idiot cheese.

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I think lately a lot of the most enjoyable whines have come from Hunter lately.
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I just had a wonderful glass of Let us treasure haul! whine.

Then there is its close cousin When are we going to treasure haul?!

And lastly my personal favorite Why arn't you going into the flotilla?
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An old Wein from the continent, "Bluudsplitt" from Y. U. Knott. So good you just don't want to share it, with ANYONE.
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