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    Quote Originally Posted by Edina View Post
    Is it compulsory?

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    I had

    Quote Originally Posted by Minisorella View Post
    OK, I've found another good reason to join the celebration tomorrow...

    Wine could preserve your memory. When researchers gave memory quizzes to women in their 70s, those who drank one drink or more every day scored much better than those who drank less or not at all.

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    Forgotten That !

    Also....I cannot remember the last time I forgot anything !
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    Quote Originally Posted by jagmanx View Post
    Forgotten That !

    Also....I cannot remember the last time I forgot anything !
    Hmmm you're obviously not drinking enough...

    ...or maybe too much? I'm sure there must be a study out there somewhere to tell us when one counteracts the other
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    I will

    Quote Originally Posted by Minisorella View Post
    Hmmm you're obviously not drinking enough...

    ...or maybe too much? I'm sure there must be a study out there somewhere to tell us when one counteracts the other
    Volunteer for any such study hic !
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    Quote Originally Posted by jagmanx View Post
    Volunteer for any such study hic !
    What a selfless, public-spirited person you are, sir! Inspirational!
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    Quote Originally Posted by delicagirl View Post
    WINE IS made from grapes which are a fruit, so it is surely one of our FiveADay essentials
    Does the five a day not mean 5 bottles of wine?
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    And 'Oppy hasn't been mentioned once, how nice, but I am diligently rehearsing for the celebrations as I tripe

    National drink wine day: 7 great reasons to guzzle fermented grapes - Telegraph
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    A shiny roof is the sign of a sick mind
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minisorella View Post
    Woohoo! It's National Drink Wine Day... tomorrow. On your marks...




    Not to be confused with National Wine Day in May, this one is about drinking it and enjoying it, not just appreciating or admiring it in theory.
    We all know that too much alcohol leads to dire things and we all need to drink responsibly. In honour of tomorrow though, I'd like to know all the reasons why drinking wine is or could be good for you - for the purposes of ammunition... erm... research.

    My offering:
    On average, women who drink moderately seem to have higher bone mass than abstainers. Alcohol appears to boost oestrogen levels; the hormone seems to slow the body's destruction of old bone more than it slows the production of new bone.

    Google away people...
    Easy to spot the blokes that drink large amounts of wine then
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    Quote Originally Posted by oppy View Post
    And 'Oppy hasn't been mentioned once, how nice, but I am diligently rehearsing for the celebrations as I tripe

    National drink wine day: 7 great reasons to guzzle fermented grapes - Telegraph
    Forgot about the resident wino Jennie's following a close second

    You know I don't mean it really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yorkslass View Post
    Forgot about the resident wino Jennie's following a close second

    You know I don't mean it really.
    I hate you too now, so it's you and Annie, the list is growing
    A shiny roof is the sign of a sick mind

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