Hotel wine MacGuyver

Fellow drinks writer Camper English, a San Francisco-based fellow who writes a blog called "Alcademics," has this anecdote that I found a hoot. It begins:

"Say you find yourself in a hotel room on a cold London night, caught in a bout of sleep-free jetlag, but prepared to take the edge off with a bottle of wine. Unfortunately, you forget to bring a corkscrew. You don't have any cash to tip room service for bringing one up. What do you do? WHAT DO YOU DO? I can tell you what I did tonight."

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