Tearsquirting Diary Of Alcoholic, Chapter 2...
> That day even corks stopped being round...
That day even corks stopped being round...
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Is this Goldwasser the one with the wafers of real gold in it? Bought a bottle back for son once, but was faintly worried about him imbibing any metal, let alone a precious one...has he ever been the same since? I have other thoughts on this..but can not begin to express them here......Super carefree shot!
never seen this angle :)... bravo on making it all so interesting and fun...
John, Amma not gonna believe you, pal, that your liver is suffrin' so much , LOL ! Pinot was cool , but... not up to Italian mezmerizin' wines, :-) !
My liver hurts just looking at this extravaganza of libations!
By the way, how was the Oh-one Pinot?
Try whiskey on the rocks,but rocks in the form of an icebergh ;-)
Amigo, nothing helps when temperature of blood goes beyond 40 degrees !!!!
Michael, that blue grid is nothing short of a miracle... This macho knew what he's doin' !!! The rest is absolutely irrelevant incliding corks ! Or crooks like me, aahahahahahahaha !!!
You have to admit , though, that I was squezzzzzing my incredibly best to get to the the very bottom of mountains on the top of which you, god of photography, is residing !
Borsch and bupkas were found on the top of Hodero's drink !!!
hello Eldar. Fabulous Shot. Ingenious the way you incorporated the blue grid of your special guest in the upper left corner of the background. You literally popped corks with this one. You must have had a deleriously good time while photographing this puppy (not to be confused with an innocent kitty). Certainly the atmosphere here in incredibly charged. Nosdrovia! All my best borscht in my belly. Bon Voyage, Michael.
the Killer is: das Schwabacher Goldwasser ! 40 %
I managed to make a trip from the table to the bed as it was my home, LOL ! Two corks on the left belong to me and my wife, the right one to friend of mine Michael, but he allowed me to take a picture of it !
nice collection of corks .
wonder how you went home ;-)))