Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and not of ScoopWhoop. This article is only meant as a funny observation.
If you look up the meaning of blasphemy in a dictionary, it says –
‘The offence of speaking sacrilegiously about sacred things’.
If you look a little closer, you’ll find a picture of a Whiskey mixed with Coke.
And therein lies the problem.
While we’ve been going about our daily lives, there’s been a widespread atrocity being committed under our very noses.
We’ve been blissfully unaware about the Whiskey-Coke conundrum, but not anymore.
There was no reason for this crime, this brutal injustice.
And yet, every Friday and Saturday night, scores of people, including our closest friends, are sinning.
Well to you I say, “FOR SHAME!”
A fine whiskey is like a classy automobile (don’t drink and drive though). You don’t just throw a fuzzy steering wheel cover on there, right?
Well mixing whiskey and coke is like plastering the rear windshield with ‘Jatt boy’ and ‘Papa ki pari‘ stickers.
Honestly, if you do this, then read between the lines, man.
Alright fine, if it’s some bottom shelf, runt of the litter moonshine, maybe you get a pass (lookin’ at you, Bagpiper).
But if you get even a drop of Coke in my finely aged, duty-free nectar from the gods, we gonna have problems, son!
That’s why Japanese whiskies are celebrated around the world. Dishonour is a big deal in Japan, and if you pull this shit there… well, it’s seppuku time, baby!
At the end of the day, it’s about respect. You wouldn’t ask your war-veteran grandad to wash your smelly boxers, would you? Well this is EXACTLY like that. So show your grandad some goddamn respect and make him a whiskey on the rocks instead. Godspeed!