Thursday, January 21, 2010
The Joys of Buckie
I see that the Strathclyde police and some bishop are blaming the good monks of Buckfast Abbey in Devon for 450 violent crimes in Scotland over the past 3 years.
It seems that the police et al are blaming these violent crimes on the drink produced by the monks called Buckfast Tonic Wine (aka "Buckie").
Buckie is around 15%, and has a caffeine content equivalent to around 16 cans of coke.
Its sounds like a splendid drink to me, much cheaper than downing a few Irish coffees at the end of a meal.
Notwithstanding its obvious tonic and restorative powers, Nanny is blaming it for causing 450 violent crimes over the last 3 years; Nanny even claims that people are using the bottles as weapons.
All well and good, but here are a few factoids to give Nanny a slap with:
1 People cause crimes, not booze. I can drink a bucket load of Irish coffees at the end of an evening, but I don't go round hitting people or "glassing" them afterwards.
2 Bottles in any shape or form can be used to "glass" people with. Why not ban glass altogether?
3 The monks do not force feed the scrotes who drink this stuff who them go on to commit violent crimes.
4 Ban Buckie, and the scrotes will start using toilet cleaner or something else. The issue is not the drink, but the scrotes themselves.
5 The same effect can be had by downing a few vodkas and cans of Red Bull, doubtless that will be next on the banning list if Buckie goes.
My advice is to stock up on your Buckies now, lest Nanny tries to ban it.
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