If It’s Not Scottish, It’s Crap If It’s Not Scottish, It’s Crap September 1, 2012 aubuchon There are two theories about arguing with a man that’s been drinking whiskey. Neither one works.
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Every single day I learn something new on the Internet – it is really quite amazing.
For instance, I never knew that Scots used chilled rocks to cool the whiskey and that’s how scotch on the rocks began.
Huh – how about that.
Some pathology makes a man trow out fin Scotch whisky. I believe it’s called “sales.”
Misspellings intended. Whisky as the Scots like it, without the “e.”
Rob – I believe that’s Scots for “fine”. Dropped “e”s.
And “ouiske” as Douglas Adams like to spell it.
…and, what are the two theories??
Scots are mad. Scots are not mad. Both clearly wrong.
Also, the boogers give it a more substantial viscosity, elongating the esophageal travel time and thereby enhancing taste bud reception, with the added benefit of a surprisingly counterintuitive concurrent attenuation of salivary gland output.
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