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17 things you'll understand if you love wine

Wine lovers took to Whisper to share their feelings about the drink. 1. Some people think it's a great form of therapy: 2. It's not fickle like a friend: 3. For some, it replaces religion: 4. For others, relationships: 5. You make up reasons why you can call it classy: 6. You come up with creative ways to take it anywhere: 7. You spend lots of time with it: 8. Portion control can vary: 9.
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