A dodger is a person who uses deception to get ahead.
A dodgy dodger has some tricks up their sleeves, like stealing a bottle of wine, then hiding it in a toilet, or just stuffing it in your purse.
It’s a great way to get a good look at a dodgy bottle.
A glass of wine is also a dodgem if it has been left on the counter and forgotten.
It will make you think twice before buying a glass of red wine.
But don’t be fooled by the look of it, it’s the actual bottle that matters, says the Wine Bottle Table, which is run by a wine expert.
“The real deal is what it looks like,” he says.
“There are different kinds of wine bottles and different sizes.
Some of them are small, some are big and some are even small, and that’s the key thing.”
It’s also important to note that not every bottle is the same, with some being cheaper, but also more expensive than others.
So if you’re considering buying a dodgie, here’s a list of things you should consider before buying: – Does the glass fit in your pocket?
– Does it look clean and neat?
– Is it labelled correctly?
– Will it hold the correct amount of liquid?
If you don’t think it’s right for you, you can always ask your local bottle shop to check the authenticity of the bottle.
In fact, the wine bottle table is a good source of information on the subject.
It also recommends buying wine from reputable wine stores and also offers tips for buying from dodgy retailers.
There’s also the advice of the Wine Vineyard Institute, which has compiled a handy list of tips on spotting a dodging wine bottle.
But do be aware that some wine is a bit dodgy, so if you think you’ve spotted one, please don’t buy it.
“I’m sure it’s not a big deal,” he adds.
“But if you don