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Exercises in Sophisticated Theology™: Is Gin a Girly Drink? A Refutation of The Pink Agendist | Truth and Tolerance

The following is an excerpt from Refutatio et Exscidium Hereticorum by St Remy of Aquitaine (1150? – 1205). Book Four is De Spiritus which concerns itself with Angels, Demons, and Alcohol. In Question 14, St Remy takes up the thesis, Is Gin A Girly Drink?

To some heretics, it seems that gin is a girly drink, fine for summer evenings, but otherwise to be avoided by men.

The heretics make the following arguments:

Objection 1:  Women drink gin. Therefore gin is a girly drink.

Source: Is Gin a Girly Drink? A Refutation of The Pink Agendist | Truth and Tolerance

 

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11 comments on “Exercises in Sophisticated Theology™: Is Gin a Girly Drink? A Refutation of The Pink Agendist | Truth and Tolerance

  1. john zande
    July 1, 2016

    Objection 4: Gin is English.

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  2. Helen Devries
    July 2, 2016

    Objection 1- from the earlier post re the behaviour of prostitutes: are we to assume from this that Boris Johnson’s wife drinks gin before taking up station at Waterloo?

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  3. acflory
    July 2, 2016

    Ick. Always hated gin. :/

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  4. clubschadenfreude
    July 2, 2016

    what is DP trying to do with his post? I confess I’m not getting it.

    I do like gin, but it has to be the high end stuff. I am partial to Bluecoat from Philadelphia Distilling. It’s not so junipery.

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  5. Sirius Bizinus
    July 2, 2016

    I don’t get it. Who is lifting up the bottle to check if it’s a girl or not?

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  6. Esme upon the Cloud
    July 3, 2016

    For myself, it tastes of soot and poo, (don’t ask), so tis moot a question as I can’t really say, though I am a girl (probably).

    – esme waving at Mr Pink and sticking to her JD quite literally eventually upon the Cloud

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  7. Mary sue
    July 4, 2016

    Love your hydrangeas they are beatiful and the strawberry pot looks gorgeous and tasty. Mr. Pink I don’t always comment but i enjoy reading your blog and also the comment section your subject matters are thought provoking.

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    • Hi, Mary
      Thanks for stopping by 😀 I’m in love with the hydrangeas as well. Nothing beats hydrangeas if you want to brighten up a shady part of a garden. I actually got another four of the Madame Emile Mouillère variety (bright white) last week. I think that by next year the garden will be looking very, very interesting.

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  8. Mary sue
    July 4, 2016

    Sorry I wrote the previous comment under the wrong post . Just getting used to commenting.

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