Fifty-Word Inspiration (#JuneJour Challenge, Day 16)

Hey, all.

Last post for the #JuneJour Challenge that I created this month. Sadness. 😦

But another inspiration from The Daily Post. Thought that I would give it a whirl. Here’s the pingback/link to the prompt: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_writing_challenge/fifty-word-inspiration/

Let’s get started, shall we?

50 Shades…

…of wine. There isn’t just red or white, but also burgundy, magenta, rosé. Full-bodied, medium, light. Crispy or smooth. Whatever suits your fancy, whether at a wasted carouse or at cocktail dinners. Like the infinite tints of a good drink, there’s always one for everyone.

And I love them all.

– The Finicky Cynic

 

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  8. This reminds me of when I waitressed when I was newly 21. I described a wine as “um, well it’s sort of like that fresh dirt smell when you garden….” the women I was serving with a smile said ” oh…my dear, you call that earthy”. 😊

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