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    It's true. I'm as polished as pumice. As refined as Count Chocula.

    The last time I had red wine I slugged it straight from the bottle and picked a fight over TurboGrafx 16.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FABombjoy View Post
    It's true. I'm as polished as pumice. As refined as Count Chocula.

    The last time I had red wine I slugged it straight from the bottle and picked a fight over TurboGrafx 16.
    I buy Count Chocula in bulk every October...
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    LMAO....you pricks are awesome.


    Lets do a shot of Fireball!

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    I had something called a Fireball Lemonade at a social dinner a few nights ago.


    I like Fireball lemonade

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dracula View Post
    I buy Count Chocula in bulk every October...
    Is it seasonal there? Boo Berry is elusive around these parts, but the Count is year round in MI.

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    Lets do a shot of Fireball!
    I don't think I've ever seen anyone do a single shot of Fireball

    I recently switched liability insurance companies. I should call and double check that I'm covered for acts of Fireball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FABombjoy View Post
    Is it seasonal there? Boo Berry is elusive around these parts, but the Count is year round in MI.


    I don't think I've ever seen anyone do a single shot of Fireball

    I recently switched liability insurance companies. I should call and double check that I'm covered for acts of Fireball.
    This is a compelling argument to move to Michigan.
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    So enter Bota box and just like the name suggests, it's in a box but it's quite a ingenious design as it prevents air from entering the "bottle" so it will not prematurely break down. I have drank "the box" before but only as a money saving alternative which is fine but not great...until I got a hold of something called Nighthawk Black. It's a very dark and bold cabernet and man it really has got some flavor! It's about 18.00 a box and a box is equivalent to 4 750ml bottles. I would rank it right up there with Ghost Pines (completely different taste but same complexity) which is about 20 bucks a bottle.
    I found that wine tonight. Having a glass right now and I do like it. It's a lighter taste then the wine I have had recently. You may want to try the Barefoot sweet red blend wine if you like red wines (I think that was the name, they have a lot of red mixes). That wine comes in a bottle with a cork. I like the box better since it's quick to pour a glass.
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    I've had a lot of Barefoot wines. I like most all of them. Funny I'm having a glass of my Bota now along with my manly aroma diffuser.
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