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17 hours ago, time said:

I'd suggest whisky, as that's what the Scots drink.

 

Scots drink whatever they can get their hands on, surely...

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Now you mention it...

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9 hours ago, msc said:

 

Scots drink whatever they can get their hands on, surely...

Now you mention it...

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I'm more insulted by the fact he's given Celtic and Rangers 9000 word War and Peace entries, and yet here is Partick Thistle's entire entry...

 

 

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15 minutes ago, msc said:

I'm more insulted by the fact he's given Celtic and Rangers 9000 word War and Peace entries, and yet here is Partick Thistle's entire entry...

 

 

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Thristle.

 

 

Glesgae and Glesga.

 

Pile o pish.

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Did I ever mention that I am Scottish?

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Happy St. Andrew's Day to all our Scots

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Happy St Andrew’s Day

 

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Happy Burns Night!

 

Please BBC, if you can just report that haggis neeps and tatties includes parsnips, you have lost your way!

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Happy Burns' nicht, Scots people, enjoy your traditional foodstuffs

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I have a few days supply of pork & haggis sausages in.  Special trip to the butcher for these, they only make them once a year :P

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Happy Burns’ Night to all Scots and anyone else who would like an excuse to pour a dram from their best bottle.   I can use up 1/3 of my existing haggis supply as well :wub:

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I baked some porridge oats biscuits today and celebrated Burns Night with them, I was never a whisky drinker and as I stopped drinking alcohol some 28+ years ago I washed them down with some plain tap water. I had haggis last week and have none left in the house but being a true Scot I will buy some more tomorrow when they have reduced it in price to clear the shelf ;)

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2 hours ago, torbrexbones said:

I baked some porridge oats biscuits today and celebrated Burns Night with them, I was never a whisky drinker and as I stopped drinking alcohol some 28+ years ago I washed them down with some plain tap water. I had haggis last week and have none left in the house but being a true Scot I will buy some more tomorrow when they have reduced it in price to clear the shelf ;)

 

Aberdonian? 

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9 hours ago, Windsor said:

Aberdonian

Dundonian but living in Fife for the past 40+ years.

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