(1) The difference between a proper evening of bar hopping and a night of being rooted in a single bar is the same difference between the free-ranging hobo and the street-corner wino .(2) I'm a fan of wine, but I don't call myself a wino (though others might).(3) Oh yeah, did you hear the one about the wino and the alcoholic who go to the liquor store together?(4) Who was it who complained about the winos on the Boulevard and said they were not good for the image of the Cathedral?(5) He said: ‘People used to sit on the bench, sometimes winos , but they never caused any problems.’(6) Light beer buffs have no business near the red winos , for example, who could never appreciate the quantitative method to our madness.(7) A band was playing to a fantastically diverse range of people; young, old, winos , students, girls dressed up for a night on the town, Millwall boys in their caps.(8) Tramps and winos in France must live like kings.(9) I drink in moderation, not nearly as much as winos and hobos.(10) People assume this because winos appear drunk quite a lot of the time, tend to favor the higher-proof beers and wines, and are willing to drink mouthwash and aftershave.(11) She would walk to Skid Row and stand in line with the hobos, the winos , the junkies, and the Mexicans until the farm buses came and the farmers picked out the workers they wanted’.(12) For years, I had identified with what I saw in my community: the gang members, drug dealers, street hustlers and even the winos sitting in the alley.(13) When I was an undergraduate I spent my weekends fending off aggressive winos as I worked behind the counter in an edge-of-Oxford corner shop.(14) ‘We went for the craic and because it had so many real characters, from the winos who used to steal money off the pool table to Mick the Hippy,’ adds another former regular.(15) I was sad to see two very young lads drinking Buckfast wine, well on the road to becoming winos .(16) Real winos roll in and, out of shot, 12-year-old boys poke their head in front of the camera and Islingtonites ignore stewards asking them to keep left.