By Styles Cradgerock, SCOTLAND – Scotland. Home of haggis, chips, boat trips on the Seine. The land of Mel Gibson and Oliver Twist. Home of the twist. Birthplace of Sherlock Holmes. Home of former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes. Where ice cream is free and driving is only permitted for children.
Still, few have ever heard of it.
“Never heard of it, mate,” croaked town crier Fotz Jackbee, 20.
Um, it’s where you’re living.
It’s where you’re – you live in Scotland.
“Dunno about that, mate.”
OK, I see where you’re going. But if you – if this was Scotland, should it become important?
“I don’t quite get yer meaning.”
A lot of people – young good-looking people who use Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and don’t care
about their privacy – they’re constantly wondering…should Scotland become important.
“Are they, then?”
“Yer not from around here are ye, mate?”
“I ave to say ah don’t like the cut’ve yer jib.”
“Ah’ll not warn ye again.”
“Gerrof with ye then.”
“How’s that fer good measure?”