Monday, 9 March 2020

Italian village residents find Lambrusco wine coming out of their taps

quote [ People living in a small village near Modena, in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna, got a surprise on Wednesday when they turned on their kitchen taps and got wine instead of water. ]

I'm trying to transmute tap water into wine
[SFW] [food & drink] [+2]
[by ScoobySnacks@5:03amGMT]


Hugh E. said @ 6:15am GMT on 9th Mar
NuncEstBibendum said @ 9:06am GMT on 9th Mar
Yes, lately here in Italy we have sunk into a certain "human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together" mood. Sadly, this particular miracle didn't last long.
...And, let's face it, Lambrusco isn't exactly Marsala or Amarone: among Italian wines it's like the equivalent of Coca-Cola.
cb361 said @ 3:04pm GMT on 9th Mar [Score:2 Funny]
That’s just sour grapes.
mechanical contrivance said @ 12:57pm GMT on 9th Mar
Does the wine have coronavirus in it?
ComposerNate said @ 1:49pm GMT on 9th Mar
adds the kick
mechavolt said @ 6:27pm GMT on 9th Mar
Can I catch the coronavirus from drinking Italian wine?
mechanical contrivance said @ 6:38pm GMT on 9th Mar
Probably. Best to drink grain alcohol with distilled water or rain water.
rndmnmbr said @ 10:38pm GMT on 9th Mar
I did once rediscover how to transubstantiate wine back into (mostly) water...
zenviper said @ 11:02am GMT on 10th Mar
Not terrible, but I would have preferred vin santo

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