(1) We got a call two nights ago, at about 10 or 11 pm, just as we were planning to get really shloshed on a few bottles of cheap plonk .(2) Spanish wine, which was higher in alcohol than other wines, was regarded mainly as cheaper heady plonk , and better, more expensive, wines were often cut with it.(3) Having eaten in nearby restaurants, this is a great place to let your food settle with a bottle of reasonably priced plonk .(4) If memory serves, main courses were about Ôö¼├║9.00 a time, and bottles of decent plonk from their limited wine list were about Ôö¼├║12.00.(5) For instance, I agree entirely with his description of the music as ├ö├ç├┐two plinks, a plonk , and a grrr!├ö├ç├û(6) My advice is to get a few bottles of plonk at the off-licence and get down to Ethas Kitchen, only a five minute drive away - a place that oozes ambience and offers quality dishes in a very unpretentious surrounding.(7) It used to be a Saturday night thing, go down to his place, make some pasta and get smashed on cheap plonk .(8) Jilly comes back into the room and tops up the plonk .(9) we turned up at 8 p.m., each clutching a bottle of plonk(10) he sat down with a plonk(11) I cherished the symbols of dominion so soon to be objects of ridicule or subjects of parody - the plonk of the cricket ball, the stamp of the sentry's boot, the hymns and the silly rituals that spoke of old certitudes.(12) Later when he moved up to Chiswick, it was much the same sort of evening, but the plonk got better.(13) He doesn't mind drinking plonk , but says that ├ö├ç├┐like a lot of people in their forties, I'd rather have one really good bottle than 20 bottles of bad stuff├ö├ç├û.(14) Meeting the maker, tasting the plonk , and hopefully coming back for more.(15) Then it jumped, and Kate screamed again, and Mike did drop the plonk , which began to spread across the floor like a blood stain.(16) I haven't even succeeded in my most basic quest which is to find an everyday red plonk that I won't get bored with by the second glass.