11. Alistair Darling's Eyebrows The NO campaign's weapons of choice: Alastair Darling's eyebrows can be easily seen from outer space rivalling only the Great Wall of China in their scale. 10. Not Genetically Programmed When Johann Lamont endeared herself to the electorate by asserting that Scottish people were not genetically programmed to make our own political decisions. Let's see how that turns out for you at the next election Johann. 9. Forces Of Darkness Greg Moodie / Via gregmoodie.com Lord George Robertson warned us against independence, because ‘the forces of darkness’ would descend upon us. Right then…. 8. The Positive Case The moment when Patrick Harvie weighed up the positive case for independence with the positive case for the union... 7. "FROM THE OIL!!" John Swinney's reaction when Ian Gray from the Labour party asked where the money for an oil fund would come from. *Facepalm* 6. Saving the Wellington Cone National Collective / Via Facebook: nationalcollective When Glasgow City Council announced that they would be raising the Duke of Wellington’s statue to stop people putting a cone on his head, Twitter exploded in outrage and National Collective turned out en masse to tell them to ‘coney no dae that!’ 5. Photobombing Ed Miliband The moment when Zara Kitson of the Green Party photobombed Ed Miliband with an advert for Yestival on her iphone. He didn’t find it as funny as we did. 4. The World’s Biggest Oil Company vs National Collective Peter McNally / Via documentingyes.com The David and Goliath success story of the independence referendum: when 21 year old student Michael Gray wrote an article exposing Better Together party donor Ian Taylor’s shady links to war crimes, he was threatened with legal action and won.http://nationalcollective.com/2013/04/07/dirty-money-the-tory-millionaire-bankrolling-better-together/ 3. Lady Alba Waltzing onto the indyref pop scene with her irn-bru hair rollers and her biting Bad Romance satire of the union and Lady Gaga, Lady Alba (aka Zara Gladman) convinced us to vote No: ‘I want your weapons, I want student fees, I want a country run by Tory Mp’s’ and provided some much needed light relief during the campaign. 2. Patronising Better Together Lady An ad aimed at reaching women voters, married Patronising Better Together lady in her kitchen with a cup of tea doesn't want to take the risk of independence because 'the man off the telly' says we have enough oil (that'll be the First Minister then)- patronising much? It'll be a NO from me. 1. The Empire Strikes Back Via youtube.com When a train full of Labour MP’s rolled into Glasgow to help fight to save the union, they didn’t expect to be met with a man in a rickshaw blasting the Star Wars Imperial Death March at them. Welcome to Glasgow guys!