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Tuesday, October 04, 2005


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2 Comments:

Anonymous Fishboy said...

Hey Deacon Dr. Fresh,

Seeing that you are a sports guy. I was wondering if you could help me with a embarrassing problem. I spend two hours a day swimming in a chlorine filled pool. I double shower after my swims.. nothing works - chlorine is part of me. When I have my non swimmer friends over for wine tastings, my chlorine saturated hair and body seems to permeate the wine's bouquet. Once again this is so embarrassing. The other day I had a tasting with a 1994 Sassicaia. Comments ranged the use of chemicals in the wine and it smells like it came from a gutter. I played along, saying it must have been 'corked'. But deep down I knew the truth... Chlorine... I want so much to make a good impression with my choice of wine in my tastings...
Could you recommend a wine that would go well with the scent of chlorine.

I hear you,
Fishboy

10:11 PM  
Blogger Deacon Dr. Fresh said...

Yo Fishboy:

Sound like you done got corked! There's only one solution to this dire predicament. Head out to the Stelvin factory and have a huge, industrial strength screw-cap made for your head. Screw it on before you swim and your problems will be a thing of the past. Screw-caps are the way of the future and will eliminate the problems of clorine on your corky skin.

By the way, that 1994 Sassicaia is just about at its peak right now! Don't wait too long or it will be fading to black, Jack!

Deacon Dr. Fresh

11:11 AM  

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