Split from 'Official' Scottish Open Thread

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by holy_mary, Nov 12, 2005.

  1. holy_mary

    holy_mary New Member

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    im coming to scotland do i a)need my passport
    b)wear a kilt
    c)have to eat haggis
    d)have to say flaming heck all of the time?:confused:
     
  2. dyl

    dyl Active Member

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    or

    e) have to keep a low profile, 'cos of the stereotypical comments above?

    ;)
     
  3. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

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    or

    f) don't ask for a Glesgae Kiss
     
  4. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    :lol:

    Just researched what a Glesga Kiss was! lol
     
  5. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

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    heheheh! - you better find out what a Glesgae Smile is too! ;)
     
  6. johnmartin

    johnmartin Active Member

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    I'm coming to England do I have to leave my brain at the border?

    It's attitudes like these that make us Scots so nationalistic. I refer you to the thread on a GB football team and why the Scottish FA is against it.

    I hope all our visitors enjoy themselves in Glesga. :)
     
  7. HBB

    HBB Active Member

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    You'll have to find it first :tongue::tongue::biggrin::redface:
     
  8. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

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    - if you and John meet up together, would you accept a Glasgow handshake from him? :rolleyes:
     
  9. bruceg

    bruceg Active Member

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    • Absolutely.
    • Only if you're male - up here in this backwater of civilisation the women aren't allowed clothes of any description.
    • For breakfast and lunch if it's your first visit.
    • Only if you're some kind of numpty who wants to stand out as English because it's not a phrase we Scots tend to use.

    If you're bringing anything electrical don't forget your power adaptor (4 pins up here) and check that your equipment is compatible with our 350V / 47Hz AC supply.

    Also, if you're driving do remember to bring ample fuel supplies to get back across the border. Scottish unleaded/diesel is quite different to English unleaded/diesel.

    Finally, do remember to point out at every opportunity what a whipping you English gave us awful Scots at Culloden - it'll endear you to the locals who have more than a passing interest in the history of our two nations.
     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2005
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