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The AGE1HAVE1 Wine Flu and You
What is Wine Flu?
Wine Flu is a global vindemic that is spreading bottle-to-person worldwide, probably in much the same way as venereal disease.
What are the Risk Factors for Wine Flu?
There are a number of factors which might put one at increased risk for contracting the Wine Flu. These include but are not limited to: being over the age of 21, finding yourself within 6 feet of a bottle of Cameron wine, receiving a holiday bonus or hanging out in retail wine shops. The main risk factor is contact with an infectiously exuberant Cameron fan.
How do I know if I have the Wine Flu?
You may have the Wine Flu if you have some or all of the following symptoms: euphoria, reduced inhibition, erratic behavior and verbosity often culminating in a propensity for singing drinking songs.
What should I do if I get the Wine Flu?
You should definitely not stay home where depression might set in. The rational course of action is to look for social events including our Open House.
Are there remedies to treat the 2009 Wine Flu?
YES! In fact we suggest consulting the following pharmacies: click here.
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