Funny Scotland Famous Quotes & Sayings

11 Funny Scotland Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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I gather you weren't keen on going back to Scotland with your brother at this time of year. I don't say I blame you. Terribly bleak and cutoff in the winter."
"Oh no, Mom," I said, as her words sunk in. "My brother is not going back to Scotland. He and my sister-in-law are going to the Riviera."
The Riviera? I had no idea."
"For my sister-in-law's health. She's feeling rather frail at the moment."
"I don't think that frail would ever be a word to describe your sister-in-law," the Queen said, looking up with a half smile on her lips as a tray of coffee was reeled into the room.
"I managed to have six children without making a fuss. One just got on with it.
Rhys Bowen Funny Scotland Sayings By Rhys Bowen: I gather you weren't keen on going back to Scotland with your brother at this
I lost my virginity under a bridge. I was having sex with this poor girl and I was trying my best, but I was like Scotland at a World Cup - just pleased to be there.Russell Howard Funny Scotland Sayings By Russell Howard: I lost my virginity under a bridge. I was having sex with this poor girl
It was so funny, I witnessed this with my own eyes, Andy and the screw were like two WWF wrestlers, we were locked behind the grill gates cheering Andy on, the chants started. The chant was to the tune of Jingle Bells and went like this: Stab a screw, stab a screw, stab a screw today, all that fun it is to stab a screw on New Year's Day, but it was only 29 December.Stephen Richards Funny Scotland Sayings By Stephen Richards: It was so funny, I witnessed this with my own eyes, Andy and the screw
For 3 million you could give everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we could dig a hole so deep we could hand her over to Satan in person. (on Margaret Thatcher)Frankie Boyle Funny Scotland Sayings By Frankie Boyle: For 3 million you could give everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we could dig
Irene gasped. "Have you taken leave of your senses, Stuart?" she hissed. "Have you?"
Stuart closed his eyes.
"No," he said. "Au contraire." It was strong language for the Edinburgh New Town, but he had to say it.
"Don't au contraire me," said Irene.
But it was too late. He had.
Alexander McCall Smith Funny Scotland Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: Irene gasped. "Have you taken leave of your senses, Stuart?" she hissed. "Have you?"Stuart closed
Scotland is a soggy sort it place, where birds and animals walk around uncookedPeedie William Funny Scotland Sayings By Peedie William: Scotland is a soggy sort it place, where birds and animals walk around uncooked
She was convinced the country was about to succumb to revolutionary socialism. Her own circumstances encouraged this belief: just on the edge of the really rich country set, she shared their views and opinions but lacked the financial and architechtural insulation from real or imagined political troubles. She found crushed larger cans and cigarette packets in her front garden and interpreted these as menacing signals from the Perthshire proletariat. Every flicker and dim of electric light was a portent of class war.James Robertson Funny Scotland Sayings By James Robertson: She was convinced the country was about to succumb to revolutionary socialism. Her own circumstances
The government are considering spending £3million on a state funeral for Margaret Thatcher when she dies. For £3million they could buy everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we'll dig a hole deep enough to deliver her to Satan ourselves.Frankie Boyle Funny Scotland Sayings By Frankie Boyle: The government are considering spending £3million on a state funeral for Margaret Thatcher when she
I wouldna cross the road to see a scrawny woman if she was stark naked and dripping wet. ~Jamie FraserDiana Gabaldon Funny Scotland Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: I wouldna cross the road to see a scrawny woman if she was stark naked
The English are worried about the Euro being brought in because of loss of national identity and rising prices. In Scotland, people are just worried in case they have to close Poundstretcher.Frankie Boyle Funny Scotland Sayings By Frankie Boyle: The English are worried about the Euro being brought in because of loss of national
I come more to Scotland than I ever used to, so I feel more connected to it, more part of the zeitgeist. You know when you realize you have a choice and I'm choosing my homeland. It's funny: when you get older these things creep up to you.Alan Cumming Funny Scotland Sayings By Alan Cumming: I come more to Scotland than I ever used to, so I feel more connected