Meme of the Day

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39 Responses to Meme of the Day

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    Well, maybe, if I was 50 years younger. 🙄

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  2. Gil says:

    Yes he is very masculine and handsome. Too bad he wants to play sjw in real life.

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  3. Menagerie says:

    I’ve never watched the show, but I’m all in on this one.

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  4. Gil says:

    If you dont mind this one. The show starts again in a couple weeks.

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  5. litenmaus says:

    Just when I think I have my blood pressure under control, along comes Stella and blows that idea clear out of the water. :0)

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  6. joshua says:

    do not EVEN think about challenging the Scots….
    seriously…

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    • stella says:

      I have two ancestors who were members of the “The 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot” which was the Scottish infantry regiment in the British Army also known as the Black Watch. Have documented proof. May have fought at the Battle of Montreal in the French and Indian War. Fought for His Majesty in the American Revolutionary War.

      The problem with the Scots (as much as I admire them) is that they are usually on the losing side.

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      • Menagerie says:

        I”ve been reading about the Picts. If you go back far enough the Scots have a better track record.

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      • stella says:

        Correction: One ancestor (Thomas Fraser) was a member of the 42nd (Royal Highland) regiment. Another ancestor (Thomas Taylor Ross) was a member of the 78th Highland Regiment (Fraser’s 78 Highlanders), which fought at the Plains of Abraham in 1759. Returned to Scotland, they emigrated to New York colony in 1772, joining the New York King’s Royal Regiment in 1776.

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        • Col.(R) Ken says:

          Glad your relatives were not with Maj. Grant who led a small attack force on Fort Duquesne, 1759. Grant survived, most of the 77 Regiment of Foot died. The burial site was known as Grants Hill. Today in Pittsburgh, we have Grant Street, and Allegheny / Pittsburgh Courthouses on Grant Hill.

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      • joshua says:

        well, usually they were defending their heritage and not attempting to colonize some other people. They might be frugal, but they are not greedy.

        It has always been tough to raise a large Army from a small rocky part of the British Isle with a small population and very little domestic resources.

        They like the Australians, tend to be fierce fighters and not quitters.

        I have always admired anyone that had the fortitude to actually eat a haggis.
        I once ate a haggis in Edinborough….had to do a lot of Scotch whiskey first and chase it with a lot of Drambuie afterwards. But in college I owned a blazer made of Black Watch Tartan that I truly liked more than a Navy one.

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  7. Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

    My favourite Scotsman!

    Rabb, C. Nesbitt! When I first moved over there, I couldn’t understand a word of their dialect, but it is English. When this show came out, they had to use sub-titles down South ’cause Londoners couldn’t even understand it.

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    • John Denney says:

      Watched the series, “Shetland”, and had to have subtitles on to understand them, too.

      My wife listens to books on tape and sometimes has difficulty understanding the heavy accents. I suggested she turn on subtitles. 😉

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