58 Responses to “WW On A Tuesday – Tip Of The Week 2”

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  1. Lydia C. Lee
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    Well, I guess it depends on the guest….we did get served baked beans at a very fancy degustation restaurant. They were dressed up with a super long descriptive title, and homemade but still at the end of the day, baked beans. I decided they were all laughing in the kitchen at the people who spent $200 a head for baked beans…

  2. Jeanna says:

    There are some pretty good cheap wines, I used to keep a list but your idea is better (;

  3. mimi says:

    My Sweetie can tell the difference is the trouble!

  4. Rhonda Albom
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    Hmmm. Just bring out a jug and tell them you’re drinking for effect πŸ™‚

  5. Klara S
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    Awful! But it’s true πŸ™‚
    Thank you for hosting.

  6. Lana Le
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    I probably wouldn’t except that I do get sniffly if the wine has sulfites!

  7. You know Steveo, if you gave me grape juice I wouldn’t know any difference since I haven’t had a drink of any alcohol for 30 some years so bring it on my friend. Ha,ha,ha.

    Have a fantastic afternoon Steveo. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  8. Indah Nuria
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    Oh my… we be easily fooled πŸ˜‰

  9. Sandee
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    That wouldn’t work on everyone. Some folks really do know swill when you serve them swill. Nice idea though.

    Have a fabulous WW on a Tuesday. πŸ™‚

  10. Patrick Weseman
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    Very lovely. Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week.

  11. Create With Joy
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    Ah naughty naughty – you wouldn’t play tricks like that would you? wink wink

  12. Karren Haller
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    Oh my goodness, now that is a thought!!
    Have a great week!

  13. Christina Morley
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    It’s interesting that a lot of people really wouldn’t know the difference, especially if they’ve already had a few glasses of wine. πŸ˜€
    Thanks for always leaving cheerful comments on my blog and thanks for hosting!

  14. Alissa Apel
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    Sounds like a great plan to me. Sneaky host you are.

  15. I bet my nephew would. He’s a sommalier.

  16. Joyce Lansky
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    Not a bad idea. We have two weddings to plan, so we might have to. πŸ˜‰

  17. Shilpa
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    Clever deal!!

  18. I probably wouldn’t know the difference. Now if it was beer ….

  19. Cathy Kennedy
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    Steve,

    I couldn’t tell the difference in a five dollar or five hundred dollar bottle of wine because I don’t drink adult beverages. I tell you this just in case you invite us for dinner so you can save your money. πŸ™‚ Heck, give me Coke and smile that’s all I need! Thanks for hosting the mid-week fun, my friend. Have a funtastic week!

  20. Deborah Coombs
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    Now that’s just mean. I would be fun though, to see if anyone noticed the difference

  21. Anni S
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    :oD My mom used to do that with coke!! My spoiled cousin thought she’d only drink Coca Cola – and my mom fooled her for years putting store brand coke into a Coca Cola bottle!!

    Thanks for linking up AND hosting! Happy hump day!

  22. XmasDolly
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    Bwahahahahaha I knew there was a reason I liked you! Brilliant and definitely going to remember this one! Have a rockin’ week my friend! hugs

  23. Sounds like a plan. Might be even easier doing it from a box spigot directly into the bottle. πŸ˜‰

  24. Kristin Aquariann
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    I certainly don’t know the difference! That’s why I buy boxed wine.

  25. Janice
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    I’m not a wine drinker so yeah I wouldn’t know the difference either!

  26. Kathe W. says:

    good advice- especially when the relatives are visiting! Have a super day today and every day!