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Honest Wine Labels Describe Which Drinks Pair Best With Divorce Papers, And Other Situations

03/05/2015 05:18 pm ET | Updated Mar 06, 2015

Chances are you've stepped into a liquor store not knowing exactly which bottle of wine you want to purchase. You might have an idea of the price range and whether you want red or white, but you might leave everything beyond that to the little placard recommendations found among the shelves. These descriptions typically tell you whether a wine is "oak-y" or "dry," unless you discover a hilariously honest wine recommendation courtesy of comedian Jeff Wysaski.

Wysaski is the brains behind "Obvious Plant," a project that Wysaski says he "'plants' jokes in public for people to find." Recently, Wysaski told us he decided to create his own "joke versions" of wine recommendations and put them in his local liquor store.

If you're trying to find the best wine to go with unemployment, or you're attempting to reach a level of "suburban mom drunk," Wysaski has the perfect suggestions for you below:

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  • Jeff Wysaski/Obvious Planet
  • Jeff Wysaski/Obvious Planet
  • Jeff Wysaski/Obvious Planet

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