The Food and Wine Hedonist

leave your inhibitions at the door

That all important first post…

I’ve had a couple hundred ideas for posts swimming through my head, but none of them have jumped out at me as that PERFECT first post.  You know, one that will grab your attention and ensure you come back to read that perfect second post.  One that will have you Tweeting that you’ve found the next Daniel Tosh, or at least the next Gilbert Gottfried.  But then it occurred to me, I created this so that I have a place where I can unleash random thoughts onto an innocent populace – and hear yours.  It’s not here to put forth any one agenda.  It’s not here to urge you to take action.  And it’s not here to sell you anything – although I’m certainly open to offers for corporate sponsorship and product placement.


But I guess it’s appropriate to talk about what this blog will do.   This blog will…. I have no idea.  It may make you laugh. It may introduce you to a new restaurant, cuisine, wine, cooking technique, or even a new friend.  You may learn something new about something old.  It’s doubtful, but this blog just may make you horny.  It probably will at some point piss you off.  Whatever you get out of this, it makes me feel good that I had – however minimal – an impact on your day.  Especially if you’re now horny.

About thefoodandwinehedonist

I don't know everything about the world of food and wine, but I'm not going to let a small detail like that stop me from blogging about it.

One comment on “That all important first post…

  1. Pingback: The Best Day Ever. OK, at least in the past 5 months. « The Food and Wine Hedonist

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This entry was posted on June 10, 2011 by in Ann Arbor.


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