M: Yeah. The Hermitage Museum. It could also be an art gallery. So you can talk about that. So the Louvre, the Van Goff Museum, the British Museum. Okay, it's a museum, but also kind of what's the difference between an art gallery and a museum, you know.
R: Well, a museum is a place for display, sorry, a museum as a place for displaying artifacts, whereas an art gallery is a place for displaying things that are specifically considered to be art. I mean, there are like, there are things like ancient...
M: Artifacts, exhibits, ancient exhibits.
R: No, no, it's still the same idea. Like an ancient, I don't know, ancient desks, for example, that's not usually considered art, that's something functional that tells us something about the people that lived in that specific time.
M: And then, for example, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, right? Also. So if you have no idea about the names, so just, you can use some of these names. And you can make it up, even if you've never been to an art gallery. So just go ahead and... Yeah.
R: Just go ahead.
M: Just go ahead, you know.
R: Just go ahead. However, there are also. Despite the fact I know nothing about art, because I'm a complete Philistine. There are still some useful things in here, for example, don't go out of my way, which just means I don't make an effort to do something.
M: Yeah, and you used it twice.
R: I know, because I was, I just wasn't going out of my way to use different kinds of vocabulary to describe the subject.
M: So you kind of said, like, I don't go out of my ways to enjoy art. So, and also about an art gallery. I don't go out of my way to go to these places. So to go to art galleries, right, so I don't go out of my way to go to these places. So Rory is definitely not a culture vulture. So he just, you know, he's a podcaster, a Scottish person.