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  1. chivo243 Silver badge
    Pint

    As it's Friday

    (c) ask them to hold on for a moment and then go down the pub for the rest of the day?

  2. TWB

    How IT are you?

    Can you remind me again what IT stands for?

    1. Phil W

      Re: How IT are you?

      Ignorant T*/!

    2. mark_squire

      Re: How IT are you?

      IT stands for commitment. IT stands for audacity. IT stands for courage in the face of adversity

      1. Santa from Exeter
        Pint

        Re: How IT are you?

        Daaahhhling, I'm so IT I drink my Gin with IT!

        (Where's the Gin icon?)

        1. I ain't Spartacus Gold badge
          Happy

          Re: How IT are you?

          Strange. I drink my gin with breakfast...

    3. 0x407ab506

      Re: How IT are you?

      I only knew one IT girl, although I have met a few women who work with computers.

  3. magickmark
    Pint

    As its Friday

    (a) suggest they turn it off and back on again? (and then call you back)

    (c) and then go down the pub for the rest of the day?

    A lesson learnt from the BOFH!!!

    Cheers, Simon!!!

    1. bpfh Bronze badge
      Trollface

      Re: As its Friday

      A user calls to report a non-working printer. Do you...

      Call the user from a non-caller ID phone, explain that there is a magnetic hysterisis problem with the hot-roll, and the user needs to reset it with a hairpin or large straightened paper clip. The user needs to locate the magnetic impulse wires near the top of the rollers, one red, one blue, and user needs to discharge this by pressing the clip against the red wire to evacuate the charge, and for best results, also needs to touch some other grounded element.

      Wait for the bang and the smell or burning toner, go to pub when ambulance is in earshot.

      1. Chicken Marengo
        Boffin

        Re: As its Friday

        Sound advice.

        I always suggest that anomalies are a result of the incorrect interferasticlation of the flop bits.

        That's why I don't often get asked support questions twice

      2. Triggerfish

        Re: As its Friday

        A user calls to report a non-working printer. Do you...

        They don't call they come and see me, and if a cup of tea is involved, and mebbe biscuits. Then printer fixing might happen.

    2. FuzzyWuzzys Silver badge
      Happy

      Re: As its Friday

      Tell them you're a DBA and you don't do hardware. Phone the helpdesk!

      1. onefastskater

        Re: As its Friday

        DBA stands for Don't Bother Asking!

    3. el_oscuro
      Pint

      Re: As its Friday

      As its Friday

      (a) suggest they turn it off and back on again? (and then call you back)

      (b) the sound of footsteps immediately breaking into a sprint in your desperation to get away.

      (c) and then go down the pub for the rest of the day?

  4. graeme leggett

    A 2000 AD (OK, Starlord too) reference

    I always liked the Ezquerra style. And he did Stainless Steel Rat too.

    1. Alistair Dabbs

      Re: A 2000 AD (OK, Starlord too) reference

      I got to shake hands with the great Pat Mills last week. Top bloke.

  5. Locky Silver badge

    'Ow Yorkshire?

    We used to dream of a septic tank

    1. Franco Silver badge

      Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

      Dreams? You were lucky!

      (this could carry on for a while....)

      1. caffeine addict Silver badge
        Facepalm

        Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

        We couldn't afford an entire D-ream - we had to make do with just having Prof Brian Cox...

        (am I doing this right?)

        1. I ain't Spartacus Gold badge

          Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

          Luxury! We used to dream of having a Brian Cox (with his ooh so lovely hair). We had to make do with a Brian Blessed.

    2. Mutton Jeff

      Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

      Dahn sarf, we 'ad to make do wiv a Mexican

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

        Is a 'Mexican' like a 'Brazilian' but with a bit more burning sensation?

        1. Sir Runcible Spoon Silver badge

          Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

          "Is a 'Mexican' like a 'Brazilian' but with a bit more burning sensation?"

          OMG - I spewed out of my front bottom...and it buuuuuuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrrrrnnnnnnnnnnnnnssssss!

    3. Chemical Bob

      Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

      Septic tanks, bah! Silly peasants. We used to live in an entire sewage treatment plant!

    4. Mike Pellatt

      Re: 'Ow Yorkshire?

      Certainly did at that campsite in the Dales in the late 60's whose facilities consisted of an earth closet.

      Proper camping, that was.

  6. Doctor Syntax Silver badge

    "as if looking for butchers’ hooks"

    Slight hangover from the Cockney quiz?

  7. TRT Silver badge

    Last question should have been...

    How do you feel?

    Repeated several times when you don't answer. Because we all know that answering 12 question internet quizzes is what Spock was really doing at the start of Voyage Home.

    1. Peter Simpson 1
      Pint

      Re: Last question should have been...

      How do you feel?

      (c) Like I need a trip to the pub...

      1. Sir Runcible Spoon Silver badge
        Joke

        Re: Last question should have been...

        Is this like "How do you do?"

        Which should never be answered with anything related to your health, either good or bad.

        Eg.

        Q-How do you do?

        A-Fine thanks.

        Bzzzt wrong!

        Q-How do you do?

        A-How do you do.

        Q-No, How do *you* do?

        A-No, How do you *do*.

        etc.

        ...profitzzz.

      2. Mark 85 Silver badge
        Pint

        Re: Last question should have been...

        How do you feel?

        (c) Like I need a trip to the pub...

        I do believe we have the top answer of the day!!!!

  8. Mage Silver badge

    Cockney Quiz

    right!

    1. TRT Silver badge

      Re: Cockney Quiz

      Cockney or Essex? In two questions.

      (1) Were you born within the sound of Bow Bells?

      (2) Were you born within the sound of Bow Legs?

      1. CT

        Re: Cockney Quiz

        I think I can hear Bow Locks.

  9. TRT Silver badge

    I went to university down in Brighton...

    where there was a big Scientology thing going on. And they hook you in with personality quizzes which invariably are designed to show you that you are a good person but you need to spend £4000 on a course which will teach you to correct x, y or z personality defect which is holding you back and stopping you from becoming a millionaire like Tom Cruise.

    Being a psychology undergraduate, much like Dabbsy's victim, I went to their in depth feedback assessment and promptly took apart their questionnaire, scoring each question for positive/negative bias, control question loading etc etc and left their interviewer (a very attractive young lady, what a surprise) as a nervous wreck. My girlfriend who had been given the hard sell by an attractive young man (again, what a surprise), told me she'd signed up for two years of courses and did I think we could live the rest of the year on just my grant money - which sent me into a meltdown. She was, of course, joking; which meant she won that one.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

      For those interested, may I suggest the Oh No, Ross and Carrie podcast. Currently they are recording their Scientology course experiences "So you don't have too". They also do a fair impersonation of Hubbard's leaden delivery.

    2. Dr_N Silver badge

      Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

      Remember it well:

      "Have you got time for a survey?"

      No, **** off.

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

        Not scientologists, but one of these jumped me today on my way to work* and unlike most of them, this guy were a bit rude: "I saw you look at us**. It will only be 10 seconds!" - with an aggressive tone of voice. He didn't touch me to stop me in my tracks past him though, or it might have turned ugly.

        *My way to work is through a mine field: lady with coin jar for charity at shopping centre entrance (so I see her -twice- each day within 10 minutes), Jehova's witnesses, credit card pushers, plain old "got spare change mate" people... And that's just one point on my commute while I change trains.

        **Of course I looked at you - for half a second. I wanted to see if I'm supposed to escape you or not as I walk past you. I don't have enough time between trains to learn how to fuck with you. It's a 20 minutes interchange, and I already spent 10 of those minutes in the shop.

        1. Ken Hagan Gold badge

          Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

          You have to sympathise with these folks, though. If you don't answer then nothing happens. If they don't ask, they GO TO HELL AND BURN FOR-EVER!!

          1. Anonymous Coward
            Anonymous Coward

            Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

            One of those various types stopped me in the street to ask me how I was feeling. So I said "I have a terminal illness". He was very concerned and asked what it was. He looked taken aback when my reply was "life".

      2. Uncle Slacky Silver badge

        Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

        When they ask you to take a personality test, just tell them you haven't got one. Works for me!

        1. Sir Runcible Spoon Silver badge

          Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

          I don't need to be an actor to spook them. I just answer them honestly*.

          *A bit like that guy who was asked to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth**

          *"What, not THE Arthur Dent? Hahahahahahahahahahaha"

      3. Shadow Systems Silver badge

        @Dr_N, re: your answer.

        I like your answer & would send you a pint.

        I once used the reply of "I dunno, do you have time for an ass kicking?" For some ODD reason they left in a hurry. Oh darn.

        *Cackle*

    3. Peter Depledge

      Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

      I, too was a student in B right on. Only it was a poly in those days.

      The West St (IIRC) scientologists were already a fixture and much mocked...

    4. FuzzyWuzzys Silver badge
      Happy

      Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

      My mate and I very much enjoy the delights of the harder end of the muscial spectrum, the delights of Decapitated and Amon Amarth are firm favourites.

      I well remember heading to Brixton one bright sunny Summer evening to see Slayer play. The dear Scientologists had a little table set up right outside Subway along the high street, selling their snake-oil books and tapes. Well when of the most often used subjects for heavy metal songs is preachers of any faith trying to brainwash people into believing their tripe and nonsense. I waited outside Subway for my mate to arrive and all the while I was there, a good 30 mins, I started to feel a little sorry for those Scientoligists as they looked absolutely terrified every time a group of metallers walked past, sneered or passed comment and walked into Subway, then sneered and passed more comments on the way back. When it came time to pack away their little table I've never seen anyone shift boxes of unsold tapes and books so fast!

      1. TRT Silver badge

        Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

        @Peter. Brighton University was still a poly in my day too; I was at Sussex.

        1. Michael H.F. Wilkinson Silver badge
          Happy

          Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

          I once had a scientologist wanting to inflict a questionnaire on me, so, being a good sport, I went along with it. Answering all the loaded questions in slowly increasing psychopath mode wasn't the only thing that got to him. I think it was the combination of my slightly too bright smile, the way I kept staring fixedly at his right ear, and developing a slight twitch in my left eye that really did it. I was careful not to overdo it, I just subtly built it up. He bolted at the end.

          I had just been rehearsing a part as an insane Columbian taxi driver in a student play, so I could keep the act up all day, if needed

    5. Mark 85 Silver badge

      Re: I went to university down in Brighton...

      personality defect which is holding you back and stopping you from becoming a millionaire like Tom Cruise.

      The money would be nice, but I don't want to jump up and down on a couch while screaming.... OH.... they can fix that defect then... Where do I sign up?

  10. Dan 55 Silver badge

    How IT are you?

    (b) tell them to log a call with buildings management because stationery falls under someone else’s cost centre?

    Every time. I spend more time writing something that sounds plausable and reassigning tickets than actually working. They eventually come back to me anyway but under a different project, one with enough hours that allows me to actually work on them.

  11. ukgnome Silver badge

    How IT are you?

    D, keep them on the phone as long as humanly possible and involve as much tedious small talk as you can muster. In between the tedium try and get as may Monty Python quotes in without being obvious. Gauge their own assumed knowledge with near incomprehensible babble about flooded packet gateways, network degradation based on 443htz bleed-through from the local communications tower. Things like this will heavily dissuade idiots from calling you again.

    Sometimes it's worth a small effort.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: How IT are you?

      Thumb-down for misspelling Hz while claiming technical proficiency.

      1. Michael H.F. Wilkinson Silver badge
        Happy

        Re: How IT are you?

        Maybe he mean 443 Hurts (SI unit for cattle prods and tazers) rather than Hertz

        1. TRT Silver badge

          Re: How IT are you?

          I thought the Hurt was the unit of measure of distress caused by an alien life-form bursting out of your abdomen.

          1. earl grey Silver badge
            Coat

            Re: How IT are you?

            No, that's not painful, unless it happens with some frequency.

            Ok, that's my coat....

  12. Teiwaz Silver badge

    Internet questionnaires are more 2 dimensional than the screens used to read them, even (and probably especially the ones meant to be useful and not entertainment).

    I did a career related one, and the results of suitable careers started with 'shoe designer*' WTF!

    * Ok, I have a minor foot fetish, but there was certainly not a question about that in it, and if there had been, it'd be more likely to advise I was never let anywhere near womens feet for public decency issues.

    Great article, although I do feel let down, I was actually looking forward to an actual 'how IT are you' quiz that wasn't loaded with ads and one question per page that took ten minutes to load the next one..

  13. AndrueC Silver badge
    Joke

    (d) "Who the hell are you? I'm a programmer. I don't do hardware. I don't like talking to users either. Did you dial the wrong number? Bet you won't make that mistake again will you?"

    Slam phone down. Go down the pub because, frankly, why the hell not.

  14. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Fine tuning - How oracle support are you?

    d. Open a call and ask them to send an image of connections at the back of the printer. They reply promptly. Five days later ask for image of connections at side of printer. They reply promptly. Ffive days later ask for detailled schematics of printer. They reply promptly. Five days later ask for wiring diagram of building. Keep going askig for ever more totally irrelavent details until they get pissed off and give up then close call due to inactivity.

  15. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Fine tuning - How IBM support are you?

    e. Ask them to log a call then find a reason to reject it. Repeat until they give up. Note: It doesn't matter if a reason for rejection contradicts any previous reason.

    1. Darryl

      Re: Fine tuning - How IBM support are you?

      I don't bother rejecting them... Just add a note that the printer was checked and appears to be functioning properly, then close the ticket.

  16. Colin Ritchie
    Headmaster

    Help ma' Boab

    You didn't give your Middenface enough L, Mr McDabb.

    Alan Moore knows the score and John Wagner wrote it.

    1. Alistair Dabbs

      Re: Help ma' Boab

      Do I detect a PWEI reference?

      1. Colin Ritchie
        Windows

        Not now James, we're busy.

        Can U dig it? Hell yeah!

  17. OzBob

    Your dabb-le in psychology baiting must have been pre-1991

    Nowadays, to really convince them, you need to stand buck naked in the middle of the room, stick your todger between your legs and spread your arms out and scream "I'd F**K me!".

    (Disclaimer, if you accidentally get elected as a Tory Party member using this technique, don;t blame me).

    1. Triggerfish

      Re: Your dabb-le in psychology baiting must have been pre-1991

      Right I'm off to find some Scientologists.

      1. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge
        Gimp

        Re: Your dabb-le in psychology baiting must have been pre-1991

        There is nothing wrong with getting elected as Tory Party member, you can even go pretty far with that kind of endorsement.

  18. Elmer Phud Silver badge

    Printer hassles option E

    right-click on printer, remove.

    turn printer back on -- if no printing then how the fuck are we supposed to fix a hardware problem on a Friday?!

    move them to another print queue as geographically as far way from thier desk as is possible - and tell them is it only a 'temporary fix to get you back and working'.

    1. Crisp Silver badge

      Re: Printer hassles option E

      Obviously the right answer is :

      Please print out a printer repair form, sign it and date it and send it to IT support.

  19. LDS Silver badge
    Joke

    Knowing about Dabbs heritage...

    ... explains a lot about his articles.. :-)

  20. dwilkin

    Vos terrible impression of Vulf, old cucumber. You did not mention der happystick, nor der old cucumber!

  21. Harman Mogul

    Top bombing!

  22. Flak_Monkey

    Answer (D) Ask them to try again, and call you back. Then disable their deskphone.

  23. a pressbutton

    Re: The future...

    A user calls to report a non-working printer. Do you...

    (a) suggest they turn it off and back on again?

    ....

    I always suggest they turn it on and then back off again and that performs as expected every time so far.

  24. Toltec

    d) Explain the support site is down and would they mind sending a printed request by internal mail.

  25. russsh

    How offshore support are you

    Prank call at 2am then close the ticket as unable to contact the client.

  26. Steven Raith

    Hmm....

    "Unfortunately for them, I’d seen all the questions before: my father, a clinical psychologist, had shown them to me when I was little. They were mostly based on an old Hans Eysenck test for psychopathic tendencies."

    When you say "shown"...

    Suddenly, everything about Uncle Dabbsy makes starts making sense!

    Steven "Just kidding, they don't use those tests on kids really - they have other ones" R

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Hmm....

      "Unfortunately for them, I’d seen all the questions before: my father, a clinical psychologist, had shown them to me when I was little. They were mostly based on an old Hans Eysenck test for psychopathic tendencies."

      I've seen 'Peeping Tom'...

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    1. GrumpenKraut Silver badge
      Mushroom

      FU you with a rake for spamvertising a shitty content aggregator. Please die.

      1. GrumpenKraut Silver badge

        My message was in reply to the one directly above it, now deleted by a moderator.

  28. Alistair Silver badge
    Coat

    @Dabsy.

    Dunno why but I can sympathise with the coffee name spelling.

    I'm apparently a grammar genius and a spelling wizard. And "better than 96% of the population at....." in far far far too many cases. However, so are a couple of folks I know who would have problems floating in a kiddie pool full of pudding.

    for the printer:

    option Q)

    note that support for that hardware is currently in transition, advise the user that they need to open three tickets in three different systems, collate all ticket numbers into a single email and then email 8 DLs with those ticket numbers asking if there is anyone that can acknowledge that they are aware the printer exists, and advise which of the two outsourcing agencies actually support the printer. Advise the user to ensure that security is on the email trail as they will have to grant access for the support person who eventually is assigned to inspect the printer. Send the formal process documentation advising how to open tickets in the three ticketing systems to the user and CC their manager as well. Sign off.

    Head outside for lunch, a scotch and a chance to watch the cardinals finish building their nest in my cedar tree.

  29. Bucky 2

    The "IT" Quiz

    (c) Ask what they've tried so far, then berate them for lacking initiative

    1. GrumpenKraut Silver badge
      Devil

      Re: The "IT" Quiz

      > (c) Ask what they've tried so far, then berate them for lacking initiative

      ... if they have done nothing.

      If they have done anything, berate them for their unauthorized action.

  30. Borg.King

    A user calls to report a non-working printer. Do you...

    (d) Hang up immediately and head out to the pub, wondering how that call was not sent straight to voicemail, knowing that you can wait until Monday to sort that out.

  31. David Glasgow
    Pint

    I worked with your old man at Leeds

    Affectionately and universally known as "Dabbo"

    I hope he's still going. Either way, I shall raise a glass to him in couple of minutes.

    1. Alistair Dabbs

      Re: I worked with your old man at Leeds

      Thanks, David. I'm afraid my father is in a care home with advanced dementia. Not the man he was.

      1. Intractable Potsherd Silver badge

        Re: I worked with your old man at Leeds

        That's sad to hear, Alistair. My commiserations. Dementia is a terrible thing that leaves the body and takes the soul.* The sooner a cure is found, the better.

        *I don't mean this in a religious sense - just that everything that made the person who they were is erased. No memories of the past mean that the personality changes. Foul disease.

  32. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    How French are you indeed!

    Pour être admissible au Québec, il faut vivre pour (au moins) UN AN dans votre sac de papier brun dans la fosse septique!

    Bien sur! And also be able to code in la Langage de balisage hypertexte! - "LBHT". (You call it HTML).

    Unlike those scurrilous folks of France, Quebec has proper language laws rigidly enforced!

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: How French are you indeed!

      I thought "LBHT" was the Lesbian/Bisexual Horseappreciating Transvestite demography?

  33. heyrick Silver badge
    Happy

    In one of these idiotic evaluations...

    ...I was asked if I could go back and change something in my life, what would I change?

    I said "everything".

    Which is apparently the wrong answer.

    Why?

    The way I see it, I've "done stuff" and "made decisions" and arrived here. If I should be able to go back in time and change something, why would I want to change only one thing? Why not do everything differently and see where life goes then?

    Oh, and replying to the half-full/half-empty thing with "the cup is clearly the wrong size" is also an incorrect answer. Ho hum. I'll go cook my spaghetti in a frying pan, maybe that'll be the right size?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: In one of these idiotic evaluations...

      Life is Strange...

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: In one of these idiotic evaluations...

      I tend to advise people full and empty are absolutes, neither can be halved.

  34. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge
    Windows

    Weird

    I'm getting the feeling I am reading one of those old-school Science Fiction stories found in those "Nebula Awards" or "Michael Moorcock presents..." anthologies of my youth.

    It's either the beer or some subconscious trigger. Maybe the disturbing questionnaire silliness?

    I remember is J.G. Ballard's "Answers to a Questionnaire" (on the Internet). Also, John Sladek's "Anxietal Register B" (which appeared in John Christopher's Mind in Chains, but I had to look that up), basically a form that you don't want to fill in as it goes progressively deeper into querying information about your inner space. Shit's not on the Internet though... pity.

  35. Andrew Jones 2

    I do have to admit in a similar vain - that I get a real sense of satisfaction when I get spam emails that claim my account with this bank, or paypal, or my iTunes account has been compromised or - any of the other "give us your personal details" type of emails come rolling in. When I'm feeling mischievous and really want to f**k up someone's day - I like to copy the link, paste it into Incognito Chrome, and if the "red screen of death" doesn't appear, I like to submit as much gibberish information as I can be bothered to. It probably doesn't really make a lot of difference, but I like to tell myself - that I'm not the only one doing this and they are being overloaded with so much false information or login data that it's not worth the time trying to figure out what is real and what is not.......... It would be nice to know other people take it upon themselves to do the same - but I'm probably alone in this. I'll just continue doing it though.

    1. JulieM Silver badge

      You are not alone

      I've done this a few times, too.

    2. Voyna i Mor Silver badge

      "any of the other "give us your personal details" type of emails come rolling in."

      What annoys me in spam is the "you have more friends etc." from Facebook. I don't have any friends and if I did they wouldn't use Facebook either, but what annoys me is if a careless swipe fails to delete them unopened so some evil tracker reports the address as a valid one. Android badly needs a baked in Facebook email rejecter.

  36. Disk0

    IT UT anything goes toniight

  37. MatsSvensson

    OK then...

    ONE question about that article:

    WHERE is the fucking quiz??

    You're not out at night click-whoring, are you?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Never post again!

  38. Richard Tobin

    Scientology test

    It's particularly easy to see what's going on in the Scientology "personality test". Every tenth question is in the same category, so you can easily score 100% once you've worked out what the categories are. More amusingly, you can chose your scores so that the graph of them that they show you is a picture of a house or something like that.

    1. Voyna i Mor Silver badge

      Re: Scientology test

      I thought the questions in the Scientology test were as follows:

      1. Have you ever studied psychology at a university?

      2. Are you loaded?

      3. Are you really, really gullible?

      A match is of course No-Yes-Yes. Question 3 is intended to catch out the people who are only doing it for a laugh.

  39. Paul J Turner

    Rather damned sad...

    to see a picture of Jimmy Edwards labelled just "twitter_headmaster" :-(

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Edwards

  40. Tom -1
    Boffin

    Name spelling

    It appears that he's unhappy that Starbucks spelled his name Alistor instead of Alistair. As he claims it's a Gaelic name, it's evident that he doesn't know how to spell it himself - both his spelling and the Starbucks spelling break a fundamental Gaelic spelling rule twice. The gaelic name is writen "Alasdair".

  41. Tom 35 Silver badge

    Phone surveys

    I find it takes about 3 questions to guess who is paying for the survey, I can then pick all the answers that they will not like.

  42. Tom -1
    Pint

    Evidentally I'm non-IT

    Because I drink either gin and FR or pink gin, or even g&t, never gin and IT. IT is useful in a manhattan if made with whisky that is bad enough to deserve such adulteration, but I prefer to avoid such whiskies.

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