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"I have tried telling you several times, my name is Ken and I am from Glasgow."
A Scottish Terrier playing bagpipes wins the dog show.
'So what can I do for you, Mr McNuggets?'
Two kilt-wearing Scotsmen
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'It's his special English tartan that celebrates Scottish independence.'
Scientist seen on loch.
'The King replaced me with easy listening!'
"I gotta say...Not a fan of the Angus."
'Suddenly, Ken regretted eating the ploughman's lunch.'
Embarrassing moments in caber tossing.
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'Dear, it's time to pay the piper again.'
Edinburgh 1 o'clock gun.
'What clan do you belong to?'
'This spider's persistence is remarkable - that's web 9.0.'
"You're just in time. I permit him three skirls a day, and here they come."
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'Hoots-Mon... with a wee dram at these prices I'll never get tipsy!'
"I like wearing dresses, carrying a big bag, and braiding my hair. Does that make me a transgender?"
'...and a packet of 'rich-tea' biscuits...Oh! I see you have 'ginger-nuts', Hamish!'
Highland Pipe Band Drum Major
As a Haggis has one leg longer than the other, it was often thought the best way to catch one was to chase it around a hillside. Then have an accomplice chase it the other way. Thus making the Haggis topple over!
"Do the Welsh and the Scots get on?"
Scotsman with bagpipes listens to 'Och Aye Pod'.
William Wallace & Gromit.
'Me? Aye were en ah coll centerrr...'