Scottish Humor

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I don’t know, Arthur. Don’t you think we’re a little too matchy matchy?

Duke of Wellington statue, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow, Scotland, 2005
Photo by: c.b.w.

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After doing a little research, I found out the traffic cones are a bit of a local tradition that dates back to the 1980s.  They are meant to represent the humor of the locals, which I can wholeheartedly vouch for with a chuckle.

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c.b.w. 2012

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29 thoughts on “Scottish Humor

  1. sandymair

    Hello from Western Canada, but my ‘ to the bone ‘ scottish roots found this hilarious. TX.
    My first trip to Scotland to research family roots in 2010 made me realize where my sense of humour came from ..

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