Diary of an MW Student - part 32
5 Jan 2012 by Richard Hemming
If there’s one thing I love more than a really good pun, it’s a really bad pun. The more groan-some the better. It’s almost compulsive for me, which means I’m devoting far too much time to thinking up the title for my MW dissertation. You know, something like:  They never Corton: alternative varieties in the Côte de Beaune.  Bored eau: underground water sources in the Médoc. _ie_ling: the inexorable rise of trocken white wine in Germany.  (Riesling without the RS, y’see. Boom boom. Told you they were bad.) I’ve got a subject, by the way. But I shouldn’t be telling you...

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