- n. Alternative capitalization of Chablis
“Now we strongly suspect that, if Her Megness actually ever did show up for a ballgame, she’d a) be wearing a cashmere sweater tied loosely around her shoulders; b) order a glass of chablis from the beer guy; and c) ask at the concession stand if she could get a tofu dog on a whole wheat bun.”
“Or you could be "sensitive", favouring smooth styles, such as chablis, or the self-explanatory "sweet".”
“Can you even get "chablis" by the glass in a bar anymore?”
“If you happen to open a bottle and it's corked, you can use saran wrap to get the nasty chemicals that make the wine taste bad out of the wne, thus saving your expensive bottle of corked chablis! just scrunch up a bunch of plastic wrap in a glass (for more surface area) and pour the wine over it.”
“John Yates, assistant commissioner at Scotland Yard, knows that the latest man to be arrested over the phone hacking scandal likes to drink ice-cold white wine, preferably chablis.”
“Let's face up to it straight away: the French have made a fairly hefty contribution to the world of booze, and it will be a wrench to say adieu to champagne, calvados, claret, chablis, cognac and other drinks that begin with C.”
“At CPAC today, Tim Pawlenty went off an a really nasty rant about how liberals all sneer at conservatives for not having gone to Ivy League colleges and for not liking “brie and chablis.””
“Maybe the Secret Liberal Cabal should now start mocking redneck conservatives who eat Brie from Costco and drink California “chablis”.”
“Nobody really cares of “Brie and chablis” in particuliar.”
“This business of “true” champaign and chablis and so on is bullshit protectionism and I, personally, refuse to play that game.”
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Another of my Random Palavery lists, still an eclectic listing of terms that catch my eye and ear. It can't be helped. I am, (as a former partner phrased it) a word-bird.
Currently on hold.
Also see Part One and Part Three
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Looking for tweets for chablis.