Skip to comments.Welcome To The Hiney Winery (Humor Break)
Posted on 03/19/2009 6:39:47 AM PDT by TnGOP
The Hiney Winery was established in 1979 by Uncle Harry Hiney. He had the idea of putting his Hiney in a flip top disposable can. Family friends convinced him that his Hiney was too good to keep to himself so they bought the warehouse behind the library and the rest is history. Since that time people all over the area have been enjoying Hiney Wine.
The tradition is being kept alive by Harrys two nephews, Big Red and Thor, who refuse to put their name on their Hiney until its perfect. That way you know that anytime you wrap your hands around an ice cold Hiney, its going to be the best Hiney youve ever had. The entire family is proud of their Hiney. Big Red, Thor, Ophelia, Humphrey, Selma, Ima, Rosey, Anita, Seymore, Lucie and Thors wife, Oma Aiken-Hiney are just a few of the Hineys that are part of the crack inspection team that checks every can for quality. Quality assurance and customer care ensures you that you are getting the best Hiney money can buy.
Next time you go shopping, ask your grocer where he keeps his Hiney. The motto of the HINEY WINERY says it all, You only go around once in life, so grab for all the Hiney you can get. hiney wine
This reminds me of the other funny drink: Dickin’s Cider.
If there’s one thing my gal likes every night, it’s a Dickin’s Cider.
The Hiney wine can with ice hole, so you can put ice and fruit in your Hiney.
Many years ago the Hiney Winery was right behind the Knickerbocker Liquor Locker in Hickson, ND.
I still have the t-shirt.
Thanks for the link. I’d forgotten about that one.
Thanks for the laugh.
Their ads brought our office in Michigan to a standstill every day! I have a bottle of the wine on top of my spare fridge, along with cans of Griesidieck and Mad Frog Beers.
And all along I thought this was just a Memphis thing. The DJ’s there are always griping about others stealing their material. Looks like they lifted this one from someone else - and a lot of others did, too.
Crack inspection team at the Hiney Winery?
Mr. uvular and I worked in the same office at the time (mid-80's)and we still bring it up from time to time, of how we giggled like hyenas listening to each new family name that was revealed-lol!
Each new name made me laugh, but Thor and Big Red were always my favorites.
I always liked Ophelia Hiney, myself....
A local station (FM99) played it here in the Norfolk, VA area back in the 80’s. They set the headquarters for the Hiney Winery in Chesapeake, VA on (it really exists) Butts Station Road.
“Just making it a easier for you to get a little Hiney.”
I only buy hiney in a wooden cask. That way I can tell my wife to grab my hammer and meet me in the celler when I’m ready to tap that hiney.
They increased the size of the hole so you can get more ice in your Hiney.
So look for the Hiney with the bigger icehole!
I remember John Boy and Billy (Rock 101 WROQ) playing that back in the 70’s 0r 80’s. Good stuff back then.
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