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Wine Connoisseur 10/07/17(Sat)20:57 No. 1196
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Hello, gentlemen. I am attending UC Davis in the fall to major in enology - yes, that is correct; I am actually majoring in sticking my penis into fine wines. How does that make you feel?

Pic related, my face when I got into the ag school at Davis.


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Wine Connoisseur 10/07/23(Fri)00:10 No. 1221

Congratulations, good sir!


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Wine Connoisseur 11/04/09(Sat)10:58 No. 1730

>>1196
I admire you for your academic accomplishments yet I must admit that I can hardly contain my envy.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/05/16(Mon)08:04 No. 1782

I bike over your workshop. Deal with it.


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Wine Connoisseur 11/05/18(Wed)06:13 No. 1785

>>1196
Please excuse my ignorance, I admire and congratulate your achievements. I have to ask is UC Davis as out in the sticks as I have heard? I was given the impression that it is just a small college in the middle of farm land. I hope you can enlighten me.


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oh fack 11/05/24(Tue)15:46 No. 1799

UC Davis fag here. Cool major, bro. Yea, we have cows and shit but it's hardly "out in the sticks." It's about 10 miles away from Sacramento, the capital city of California, and about 60 miles from San Francisco. It's a college town with a large bicycling community, lots of families... and drunk ass uni students, lol.

I took an intro to winemaking class two years ago... was pretty interesting.



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