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On 15/04/2019 at 23:59, ICTJohnboy said:

"O wad some Power the giftie gie us To see oursels as ithers see us.

Scotland is beautiful.

You got to this bit, right?  :unsure:

https://youtu.be/tGF3FyE6cPc?t=709

 

Which bit will I use for showing that shops close early?

Oh yeah, the orange march.

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5 hours ago, dundeefc1783 said:

Have you ever actually spent any time in the east Neuk? It’s filled with inbred god fearing arseholes who don’t like “incomers”. Strange strange place.

FTFY.

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Few Weegies survive more than a year in an East Neuk village without being hounded out, usually sent back to some caravan park or Glenrothes where the second generation Weegies tolerate them to a certain degree (not the third generation though).  Probably justified tbf. 

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On 4/15/2019 at 23:59, ICTJohnboy said:

"O wad some Power the giftie gie us To see oursels as ithers see us.

Scotland is beautiful.

 

4 hours ago, Hedgecutter said:

You got to this bit, right?  :unsure:

https://youtu.be/tGF3FyE6cPc?t=709

Indeed.  "Old but it is beautiful" would have been more accurate.

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The east neuk is forgiven for not being hospitable to dundonians. The language is tricky and I lived their for 10 years.

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Have you ever actually spent any time in the east Neuk? It’s filled with inbred arseholes who don’t like “incomers”. Strange strange place.

This describes literally anywhere in Scotland

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10 hours ago, superbigal said:

 The language is tricky and I lived their for 10 years.

You seem to find English a bit tricky as well.

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On 4/16/2019 at 00:03, Adam101 said:

I think I'm lucky to have be brought up in Aberdour, pretty much down hill from there. We are pretty luckily in general in Scotland I've spent the last week in London and it's an utter hole once you leave the center 

Aberdour is a cracking village, was the team I played for as a youth so spent allot of time there. 

 

Best place to live is probably pretty subjective to what age you are and what you want. 

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I think I'm lucky to have be brought up in Aberdour, pretty much down hill from there. We are pretty luckily in general in Scotland I've spent the last week in London and it's an utter hole once you leave the center 

Fuckin’ right you are, brother! While I wasn’t raised in Aberdour I spent a few years there. Teckle wee place. Bought my first pint legally in Aberdour, it was £2.55 at the time.

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4 hours ago, NJ2 said:


Fuckin’ right you are, brother! While I wasn’t raised in Aberdour I spent a few years there. Teckle wee place. Bought my first pint legally in Aberdour, it was £2.55 at the time.

good place to be as a kid but making the most of it because I doubt I could afford to move back, sadly.

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good place to be as a kid but making the most of it because I doubt I could afford to move back, sadly.

No, I know I certainly couldn’t unless I was to get a better paying job back down the road, unlikely, and had a few years of just saving and doing nothing, even less likely!

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