Monday, 18 January 2010

The Scotsman has had its chips

Blaming Buckfast for the ills of society because of the potent mixture of alcohol and caffeine contained therein is like blaming the Scotsman for the poor health caused by the greasy chips served in yesterday's paper.
The editorial in today's Scotsman is wrong to blame the drink.
God forbid - and I use that term advisedly - that the Benedictine monks who make Buckfast ever get together with the Capuchin monks after whom the cappuccino is named.
All hell will break loose - and I don't use that term lightly.

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