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Pheromones for Scots

Yesterday, Richard Harris, his lovely partner Gill Allan, and I drove down to the town of Callander to pick up a few supplies. Gill and I were in the local whisky shop when this exchange occurred:

Gill: Look at this -- it's whisky soap.

Me: Is that the sort of thing a Scottish girl would use when she's trying to get a man?

Gill: I suppose so. She could put some on, stand in the middle of the road, and see what happens.

Me: So is it like pheromones for Scots?

Later in the car, we recounted the conversation for Richard and asked him what he thought:

Me: What do you think? Is the scent of whisky like pheromones for Scots?

Richard: Well, for discriminating Scots.


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