Woman tries to recycle her cork lingerie [video]

Rather than scaring you about the Iberian lynx, some cork enthusiasts have put out a video to try to save…foxes? Foxes and forests? Bottles sporting wood? Something like that. I am confused.

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7 Responses to “Woman tries to recycle her cork lingerie [video]”

  1. There is brilliance here. I just may need to watch it a few times to figure out where…

  2. Made me wonder how she could be so thin.
    I took a great shot of Charles Metcalfe at Vinexpo ’07 waving his cork tie, available then at Porto airport.
    (But that was the Vinexpo where Boisset had fashion design students make gowns out of the then-new eco-wine bags, a spirits group paid a woman to dress as a martini-she shed her olive in the first hours-and a winemaker in Languedoc wore a costume that made him look like a cross between Wonder Woman and Buzz Lightyear….ah, those were the days!)
    I wonder if lingerie woman will be at Vinexpo 2011.

  3. Agreed Kath. How could she be so thin?

  4. And where was I that I missed all the Vinexpo action? Makes our Vinexpo Asia-Pacific pale by comparison.

    Thx Dr. Vino the cork vid was interesting, but I can’t help wonder how she would fare in screwcap.


  5. I have a huge bag of corks sitting here. Do we eat them or wear them?

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  7. And wondering, does she show symptoms of TCA (2,4,6-trichloroanisole)? Or perhaps TCP, TeCP, TeCA, PCP and PCA? XO



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