Try not to think about it.

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12 Responses to Try not to think about it.

  1. Kieran says:

    Laf.

  2. Mike says:

    I think class is overrated. Wine should be right down there with chaw.

  3. Cheong says:

    @mike: Seconded.

  4. Isherwood says:

    LOL @ Mike. Yup. And I’m a wine drinker.

  5. strayhiker says:

    Oregon Pinot Noir and Beech Nut Wintergreen (long leaf) are my two favs. Where does that leave me?

  6. Stripe says:

    The tobacco and wine people have nothing on the folks gathered around the spitoon at the local clam chowder cook-off (Napkin, please).

    I have had some wine that seemed comparable in palatability to a brown fluid spat from from the masticating jowls of some tobacco-adddled major-league pitcher…

    But surely it takes a certain degree of refinement to define the subtler nuances of flavor contained in a can of chew. Enter the tobacco pitchmen:
    “…forward flavors of rubber tire and tooth decay are washed over by more delicate hints of ripe compost and a light, almost insecticidal perfume, giving way finally to dark undertones of liquid rot…”

    Oh, Yummy!

  7. Jamie says:

    And yet I still can’t decide which culture is more annoying.

  8. harshit says:

    wine suits me….

  9. Robinn says:

    You left out the men spitting in public areas simply because they can. It is so GROSS!! Well-educated men don’t seem to do it – never saw spit marks outside of buildings working with engineers.

  10. qka says:

    A friend had a sweatshirt with the following:

    “If you don’t blow smoke on me, I won’t spit tobacco juice on you.”

    I have to say that chewing is less disgusting than smoking. Chewers can attempt to be discreet, smokers can’t.

  11. funny as…..spitting out wine! lol

  12. CityGirl says:

    Spit out the wine?!

    I don’t care what those wine snobs say.
    That’s crazy talk.

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