I can guarantee I am above my quota. I can also tell you that fruit flies do go well with the Chardonnay.
Since the fruit flies like the wine as much as I do, I decided to do an experiment. The whole catching more flies with honey than with vinegar, not true. They go crazy for vinegar. But, will they go more crazy for wine or vinegar?
|It's a dead heat|
|Franklin does not partake in the wine|
At night, I like to sit on the couch, drink a glass of wine, and I don't know, watch tv, knit, have a dance party. Depends on the night, and possibly how much wine. Last night, I was swarmed by so many fruit flies that I began to wonder:
Is it me? Am I creating fruit flies? Is the chest wound not only gross, smelly and rotten, but also breeding fruit flies? HOLY SHIT! BUGS ARE FORMING FROM MY ROTTING FLESH!!
I drank a second glass of wine, and another 5 fruit flies.
While the Ogre was doing dishes, and standing in his own swarm of fruit flies, I mentioned my chest wound as fruit fly breeding ground, when he yelled out:
After a hearty "huh?" from me, he explained. The watermelon field, BEHIND OUR HOUSE, is probably why we have a fruit fly infestation.
So, the good part of this is, I'm going to continue my fruit fly trap experiments. I mean I should probably find out if the fruit flies prefer cheap wine, or say, a nice Vouvray.
The bad part is, our house is going to have glasses all over, like the family from Signs.
Except ours are full of wine, and vinegar, and we're fighting flies, not Aliens.
Although, I dig the hats.