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Que: The BBQ-Scented Perfume

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It is, of course, important to be specific about what sort of barbecue this perfume smells like. Less civilized areas (meaning those outside of Texas) create true culinary abominations and label them as barbecue.

I looking at you, Memphis.

So assuming that true and not heretical barbecue is the foundation for the perfume, this commercial is quite realistic.

Link -via The Breda Fallacy

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Texans,they are not worth arguing with... The best barbegue comes from pork. Most people (those not from Texas) will tell you so. Nuff said.
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I had a good tear-up session there the other day listening to Hard Sun performed by Eddie Vedder. I happened to be driving the 401 in Ontario without sunglasses on and the sun abruptly peirced through the clouds and partially blinded me for the entirety of the song. That coincidental happening provided all the basis I needed to ascend into existential awe. Because:

Once I built an ivory tower
so I could worship from above
When I climbed down to be set free
She took me in again - Hard Sun by Gordon Peterson

But I would not date this girl, too much into her own passions. And Barbeque scented perfume? Gross. You know food doesn't smell that good when you are satiated, and when you aren't it can make you crave food in excess of your daily requirement. You know, there might even be a connection between the amount of advertising for food and obesity. Seeing, smelling and tasting food can trigger a craving where no craving otherwise existed.
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I have had the privilege of enjoying barbeque in many native locations. It is like sex the only thing worse than bad barbeque is no barbeque.
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