Ron Jeremy at Wine World

Providing more proof for his assertion that “East Wallingford is the Capitol Hill of Wallingford”, DOUG. sent in this tip:


That’s right, while we are Wine World, we are a little SPIRITED too! Hard to believe, but Ron Jeremy has two new RUMS, and we brought in 300 bottles just for this guest appearance! Why? Would you rather us invite him to YOUR house? We’re doing it because Bev Mo wouldn’t!

Come by for this rare, exclusive visit and meet the legend and get a bottle or two signed!

Now, every time we post an event on the same day as it will occur, we’re guaranteed to get a few chuffed emails from readers who only read Wallyhood in the 6 pm email digest, and thus believe that we’re posting after the event.

In this case, I think we’re in the clear, as I believe the overlap between the population who are confused by “email” and “the web” and the population that is interested in a bottle of rum signed by an aging porn star should be fairly thin.

  1. David Yao said,

    Hilarious parody of a news-worthy post. A bit late for April 1, but worth a chuckle.

    Sat, April 27 at 9:59 am
  2. Anne Droid said,

    What’s the name of his brew? Best news in ages!

    Sat, April 27 at 5:24 pm
  3. abigail said,

    “chuffed” is a positive experience – British word meaning pleased.

    Sat, April 27 at 6:23 pm
  4. lollygag said,

    By the time I opened this Wallyhood email, there was just enough time to let my husband know and in fact we did get there in time to buy an autographed bottle of rum and have a photo op with Ron Jeremy. It was way more interesting than I would have thought and I’m glad we went.

    Pinky’s BBQ was on hand with delicious $1 pulled pork sliders made with Ron’s spiced rum.

    Apparently Ron means rum in Spanish so a rum called Ron De Jeremy makes alot of sense.

    The fact that I heard about this event on the neighborhood blog amused me greatly.

    Sat, April 27 at 10:20 pm
  5. Wallyhood said,

    @abigail: wacky, I never heard of it used in a positive way before. I had to hunt through four different dictionaries before I found one that at least partially agreed with me, though!

    Apparently, it can mean both “pleased” and “displeased”. Sort of like “sanction”, which can mean both “approve” and “punish”.

    Sun, April 28 at 5:12 pm
  6. Anne Droid said,

    Meh – just get drunk and screw. Ron would be happier if y’all were doing this than if he knew people were picking nits over words.

    Sun, April 28 at 5:21 pm
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