By Patrick Vickery
Geese often guarded whisky distilleries in the past, you know, providing an effective alarm system with integral deterrent (pecking) should anyone attempt to make off with a barrel or two, although in more recent times they have fallen out of favour due to their complete disregard for the notion of intent.
Intent to steal whisky - deserving of a good peck.
Non intent to steal whisky – still deserving of a good peck.
Not pleasant. On a par with oscillating dog ears. Give me a casual cow any time!
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