The bottle is then riddled, so that the lees settles in the neck of the wine bottle...
Manual riddling is still done for Prestige Cuvées in Champagne... mechanised riddling equipment (a gyropalette) is used instead.
You think you're lazy??You're all making me look bad, ya bums!~
What does OSHA have to say about that whole rooftop without a guard rail workplace, I'd like to know...
When I go and sit on the roof no one says "Oh look at old Ak sitting on the roof that'll make a nice pikcher".It's all "Come down you old fool. The clouds can't hear you"IS THIS FAIR?
It's all "Come down you old fool. The clouds can't hear you"You forgot "and put on some damn pants." Which also might explain the lack of eager painters.
I'm sure if A.K. had some nice pants to wear, he'd put them on, tigris.IF THAT IS YOUR REAL NAME!~
It's kinda hard to put pants on while upside down. They don't call it the "Pantsless Hemisphere" for nothing, you know.
Extensive research allows us to conclude without equivocation that the term "trousers" is exponentially funnier than the term "pants".Unless, of course, the term "pants" is used as a verb...
I am sorry, mikey, but our experiments at Riddled Research Institutes show conclusively that "a complete load of pant" is funnier than "a complete load of trousers".
Al very interesting but overlooks Thundras insight. NICE PANTS!!
I meant "Load of pants", but the library pixies have been rationing our supply of Ss. Do not play them at scrabble, they cheat.Also, compare and contrast:"Doughy pantload" vs."Doughy trouserload". See?
Unless, of course, the term "pants" is used as a verb,,,The difference between a clown and a dog? Well the clown wears a clown suit, the dog - just pants.
Coleridge would never have written "As if this earth in fast thick trousers were breathing"; it would have spoiled the scansion.
Er the picture is by Max Klinger. Is this the Leipzig Klingers or the Toledo Klingers?
Doughy Trouserload is MUCH funnier.
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