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ET, the Extra Terrestrial wrote:It's hard for me to disparage the Scottish diet with any enthusiasm. After all, one of the featured items is Scotch.
Probably helps them get past all that other stuff...
Roy Hunter wrote:My Mum bought a raffle ticket and won... a bottle of whisky! At an event to promote public health. In a city with one of the worst drink-related health records in Europe.
My Mum bought a raffle ticket and won... a bottle of whisky! At an event to promote public health. In a city with one of the worst drink-related health records in Europe.
KC Observer wrote:I certainly can see the medicinal benefits of a fine single malt. After all, it is designed to served in a fine Scottish cut crystal snifter where the virtues of the content's "nose" can be appreciated and it is supposed to be consumed slowly to be fully appreciated. One is not supposed to quaff Scotch whiskey; one is supposed to sip slowly and appreciate the subtlties of the elixir. One glass a night is good for the heart!
Rab C. Nesbitt wrote:
I will tell you this, boy! I will tell you this! Therr's nae snifters aboot here! Single malt's fur yer west-end trendies an' yer lawyers an' bankers in Edinburgh! I don't know whit ye dae in Kansas City, but in Glasgow oor whisky is like oor prison sex: rough; unpalateable; and ye don't know if yer gonnae survive the experience!
Fried egg, flat sausage, bacon, cheese, potato scone, and a burger patty are crammed into a floury roll then slashed with cheap, sweet ketchup the color and consistency of fake blood.
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