“Do you want a flyer?” “NO, I live here.”
Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas… Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn’t for the midges, it would be pretty much perfect.
Scottish voters explain why they’re going to vote no in September’s independence referendum. “Better to be a big fish in a big pond, than a little one.”
Scottish voters explain why they’re proud to be voting yes in September’s referendum. “For a government Scotland votes for.”
London might be a bustling world capital, but does it contain chippy sauce? Nope.
These pets are more British than a tea sandwich.
The Overheard In Glasgow Facebook group is amazing. Here are its best bits.
Can any amount of North Sea oil make up for the loss of Bargain Hunt?
The First Minister of Scotland tried to kick a football and looked really awkward. The internet responded magnificently.
“I can’t come into work today, there’s a seal on my dashboard.”
Knightmare was the best kids’ TV show of all time. It was also ludicrously difficult. Here are nine teams who couldn’t handle the dungeon of deceit.
There were no supermarkets in the past, but that’s no excuse for eating badger ham and sparrows on toast. H/T to The Curious Cookbook and Supersizers.
“Take A Break” is the UK’s best selling women’s magazine. Why? Because it’s filled with VERY IMPORTANT news. H/T to Really Real Life and Take A Weird Break.
Alton Towers is the largest - and arguably the best- theme park in the UK. Here are 21 signs you’re obsessed with it.
Early 90s adventure game show The Crystal Maze was fairly challenging. Unfortunately, some people really couldn’t handle it.
What springs to mind when you hear the phrase “Medieval England”? Peasants? Witches? Chivalrous knights? If so, these facts might surprise you. Thanks to The Time Traveller’s Guide To Medieval England for inspiring some of the entries.
Look at your hand. Is there wine in it? If so, you’re probably Marsha, the permanently sozzled landlady from ’90s sitcom Spaced.
It’s hard to believe, but colour images of the early 1900s do exist…and it’s spooky how modern looking and vivid they are. Many thanks to Musée Albert-Kahn and the National Media Museum for granting permission to use some of their images.