Post 314: 99 Bottles of Vintage Beer on the Wall

Did you know that the word vintage mostly relates to wine and wine-making? Only a few definitions mean something other than wine. Noun: the class of a dated object with reference to era of production or use: a hat of last year’s vintage. Adjective: old-fashioned or obsolete: vintage jokes. being the best of its kind: They praised the play as vintage O’Neill. That’s it.

So there’s very little stretch room when Sparky labels something as vintage and gives us this.

VINTAGE ITEMS FOR SALE

I’LL BE ADDING PRICES BESIDE ITEMS THAT HAVE A PHOTO OF IT, WHEN IT GET MORE TIME TOO

I CAN GIVE YOU A PRICE OVER A TEXT, OR PHONE FOR NOW

As submitter NinjaChow said, “I think Sparky has been drinking too much vintage beer if he thinks this stuff is worth more than the recycling fee on the bottles.”

I like how all the photos got blurry after the pot pipe. Dude!

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2 thoughts on “Post 314: 99 Bottles of Vintage Beer on the Wall

  1. Ti follow our dear Windrose’s lead, in the spirits trade, “vintage” is used to refer to constructive aging, where the storage medium adds to the character.

    Glass imbues no character on fluids. Wood barrels impart flavor. Only reason to stockpile bottles is to hold particularly good year’s produce.

    Beer is not meant to last, or to be vintage-ed. It is a transitory product.

    What Spark has is old bottles of no great collector value filled with roadkill skunk water.

    Which Spark really needs to stop using in the bong.

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