Those Lonely Scottish Nights

Q: Why do Scotsmen wear Kilts.
A: So the sheep don't hear the zippers.

Yet when closed down millions of sheepish teens lost their place of refuge on the interweb.

Fret no more me laddies.
I've found just the thing (Probably Not Safe for Work) for those long, cold, lonely nights.

To the Scots in the crowd, no hard feelings.
Really, Love Ewe, mean it.
No bones about it, I feel baaaaaad about my comments.

Posted by phineas g. at 02:08 PM on December 15, 2005 | TrackBack

Oh my gawd that was baaaaaad! Ewe crack me up!

Posted by: Theresa at December 15, 2005 02:19 PM

We're not offended. Sheep buggering has been bred right out of our clans.

I hope.


Posted by: Margi at December 15, 2005 02:22 PM

I always thought it was the Welsh that had the cruelty to animals issues.

Posted by: Contagion at December 15, 2005 03:12 PM

Kiwi's do it, too. That looks like the perfect gift for the New Zealander ewe know and love.

Posted by: Josh at December 15, 2005 03:34 PM

An Aberdonian has discovered a new use for sheep - meat and wool.

Sheep buggering's only confined to the northern half of the country now, mainly Aberdeen according to the stories.

We in the southern and civilised half have moved on to bigger and better things ;o)

Posted by: Nugget at December 18, 2005 07:33 AM