Scottish Ginger Jokes: I Hae Tae Scud Ye, Ken?

Feb 19, 2014 by

Red hair is a common trait among Celtic people, especially those of Scottish and Irish heritage, and most, rightly so, are quite proud of their flaming tresses. 

It is unwise, therefore, to make jokes about redheaded Celts, human or feline.

Ruadh gu Brath!



I hae tae scud ye, ken?**

**I, the beautiful Scottish cat with a sleek red coat, am so offended by your odious comment that I must give you a hard slap with my paw, claws extended.  You understand, don’t you?

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One Tough Irish Woman

Jan 15, 2014 by

Above all else, deep in my soul, I’m a tough Irishwoman.

Maureen O’Hara, born August 17, 1920 in Dublin, Ireland


The Divine Miss M, Maureen O’Hara–you can take the woman out of Ireland, but you can’t take the Irish out of the woman.


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The Celtic Maiden With Flaming Hair

Oct 22, 2013 by

Celtic Maiden With Flaming Hair

Celtic Maiden With Flaming Hair

The Celtic maiden with flaming hair
Is as fierce as she is fair…

Lucille Ball, a Celtic woman herself, famously said that once in their lives men are allowed to fall in love with a beautiful red haired woman. If your love is a Celtic woman with red hair, once may be quite enough.

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Feb 20, 2013 by

Maureen O’Hara, born in Ireland, plays Mary Kate in the wonderful film, “The Quiet Man”, filmed in Ireland

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