A Romantic Scotsman– Honestly!

Jul 12, 2014 by

We all know Scottish men can be charming, but are they also romantic?  I’m not sure who wrote this silly love poem, but it may  shed a wee bit of insight on what Scottish men consider “romantic” behavior.


A Scottish Love Poem

A’ course ah love ye darlin’

Ye’re a bluidy top notch burd

An’ when ah say yer gorgeous

Ah mean every single wurd

So yer bum is oan the big side

Ah don’t mind a bit o’ flab

It means that when I’m ready

There’s sumthin’ there tae grab

So yer belly isny flat nae merr

Ah tell ye, ah don’t care

So long as when ah cuddle ye

Ah kin get ma erms roon’ therr

Nae wummin wha is yer age

Hiz nice roon’ perky breasts

They jist gave in tae gravity

But ah know ye did yer best

Ah’m tellin’ ye the trooth noo

Ah nivir tell ye lies

Ah think it’s very sexy

Ye’ve got dimples oan yer thighs

Ah sweer oan mah grannies grave noo

The moment that we met

Ah thocht ye wiz as guid as

Ah wiz goanie get

Nae metter whit ye look like

Ah’ll alwiz love ye dear

Noo, shut up while the fitba’s oan

An’ fetch anither beer!!

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Really, though–what DOES make Scottish men so popular with the ladies?  Craig Ferguson and James McAvoy explain:

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A Visit From The SCOTTISH Easter Bunny

Apr 15, 2014 by

 

Easter is this Sunday and many children will be  searching eagerly for hidden treats  left by old Peter Cottontail.   

Don’t bother bringing your Easter basket to this guy, though– Ye’ll gi’ nae eigs from this wee kilted bunny.

 

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A bit more Scottish bunny humor:

Ehhhh, What’s up, MacDoc? 1948 cartoon, in which our hero, Bugs Bunny, makes a wrong turn at Albuquerque and winds up in Scotland, whereupon he soon sees an old lady being attacked by a horrible, noisy beast…

Bugs Bunny-My Bunny lies over the sea

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Funny video about a wee Scottish hare that won’t give way to motorists trying to pass–Caution: lots of swearing in a Scottish accent:

 

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We Are HAPPY In The Celtic Realm!

Apr 13, 2014 by

 

Clap along if you’ve heard American singer Pharrell Williams‘ tune Happy, from the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack album, a pop song that has become a huge success here in the US and internationally.   The song is written, produced and performed by Williams and has spawned more than 1000 covers on YouTube from cities around the globe, where happy locals dance along to the extremely catchy song.   There’s a multitude of happy people in the Celtic realm, and they’ve posted their own videos to prove it.  In fact, Oprah Winfrey will feature a Happy Donegal video in an upcoming special show ( Sunday night, 04/13/2014) with Pharrell Williams, a  decision sure to please the Donegal tourism board.

So, get your dancing shoes on and clap along–I guarantee you won’t be able to sit still–with the happy Celts in these fun videos.

Sebastian, from the travel site OffthePath.com, dons his kilt and dances through the streets of one of my favorite cities, Edinburgh, Scotland.  He’s also the very first video Kilted Hottie of the Day on the WESC Facebook page.

 

 

How about clapping along with a few happy Dubliners?

 

 

Dancing kilts in Glasgow makes me HAPPY!

 

 

Beautiful Celtic Brittany is so happy in Lorient!

 

 

Here’s the Donegal video Oprah will feature on her show.  *Trivia: can you identify the guitar player statue seen in this video?

 

Still need to dance?  Click HERE to find other cities who want to share their happiness with you, including Cork and Galway.  I didn’t find a Welsh city, but I’m sure they’re happy, too.

 

* The life-sized bronze statue is of Rory Gallagher, a famous blues-rock musician born in Ballyshannon, Donegal.  The statue is in the town square;  Ballyshannon holds an annual Blues Festival in Rory’s honor.

 

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