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No hangover wine developed

Posted on Tuesday, 15 April, 2008 | Comment icon 13 comments


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"The days of headaches caused by wine are nearly over, thanks to Guy Kebble's new purification technology."

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Comment icon #4 Posted by www375 on 15 April, 2008, 14:40
WoooooHoooooo!!!!! Pour me some more!!!!
Comment icon #5 Posted by bogcreeper on 15 April, 2008, 14:41
There's cancer and aids spreading like melted jelly around the world and some are worried about this? I back in my college fraternity days drank enough to float a battleship and had many a hangover. This was a deterant from drinking and should be a part of it. Less worries for alchoholics. Give me a break. Listen to me, I just spewed enough "Whine" to get everybody on this forum drunk...
Comment icon #6 Posted by The Cosmic Fluke on 15 April, 2008, 17:37
wow!! a cure for cancer AND hangover free wine, all in one week! http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/04/10/...951_page4.shtml
Comment icon #7 Posted by Sweetsalem82103 on 15 April, 2008, 17:47
I'm a little afraid of cancer cures after watching I Am Legend. . . .though it does sound cool. Always ready for a hangover free alcoholic beverage though!
Comment icon #8 Posted by SoulFire on 15 April, 2008, 21:24
i wish they could make hangover free whiskey
Comment icon #9 Posted by Roughneck on 16 April, 2008, 1:30
There's cancer and aids spreading like melted jelly around the world and some are worried about this? I back in my college fraternity days drank enough to float a battleship and had many a hangover. This was a deterant from drinking and should be a part of it. Less worries for alchoholics. Give me a break. Listen to me, I just spewed enough "Whine" to get everybody on this forum drunk... I don't see why anyone would be worried, but I can support making trivial things better. If we were all to just focus on one very serious thing at a time, humanity would have died off a long time ago, of bored... [More]
Comment icon #10 Posted by _Nyx_ on 16 April, 2008, 1:38
i wish they could make hangover free whiskey amen to that
Comment icon #11 Posted by Harriet Reed on 16 April, 2008, 14:47
I back in my college fraternity days drank enough to float a battleship and had many a hangover. This was a deterant from drinking and should be a part of it. I agree. Hangovers should be there to teach people not to abuse drink. A hangover free tipple would probably just encourage people to drink more of it, doing more harm than good.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Truffles on 18 May, 2008, 17:09
I must be a genius too then as I have discovered the no hangover wine too. It's called DRINK IN MODERATION!
Comment icon #13 Posted by Fishka on 18 May, 2008, 17:25
I must be a genius too then as I have discovered the no hangover wine too. It's called DRINK IN MODERATION! LOL, that's an excellent plan, one i wish i took on board in my college days , thankfully learnt my lesson well and hangover free.


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