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English people don't really think about Scotland much.
it's pretty much the same up here, not fussed about being attached to another country really.
I remember the girls did country dancing at our Primary School. We joined walking club instead. Much manlier.
Glasgow > Edinburgh
be a little bit further North than England.
(predictable I know)
But Edinburgh fish and chips are strange... SALT AND SAUCE INSTEAD OF SALT AND VINEGAR?!?!?!?!
But i am partial to HP Sauce with my fish n chips. A match made in heaven.
I had no option; it was that or one of there B&Bs. I figured it’d be safer on the streets. For the first time ever I saw the Scotch in their natural habitat, and it weren’t pretty. I’d seen them huddling in stations before, being loud but… this time I was surrounded. Everywhere I went it felt like they were watching me; fish-white flesh puckered by the Highland breeze; tight eyes peering out for fresh meat; screechy, booze-soaked voices hollering out for a taxi to take ‘em halfway up the road to the next all-night watering hole. A shatter of glass; a round of applause; a sixteen-year-old mother of three vomiting in an open sewer, bairns looking on, chewing on potato cakes. I ain’t never going back… not never