Bought Irn-Bru barsSticky willied your palWatched the Singing KettleGot an Oor Wullie annual as a presentSpent your pocket money on these......or theseHad this for your school lunchPlayed kerbieReturned Barr bottles for 30pWent to T in the Park at BaladoOwned a pair of theseDid Scottish country dancingRead Katie Morag booksWatched DòtamanAte double nougatsMade tin can stiltsBought Happy Tattoo gumMade your own ice popsHad an Irn-Bru floatAte frying pans......or Pan DropsWatched the Happy Gang liveOwned a pair o' guttiesHad a roll and fritter for lunchHelped your granny make tabletWatched Mr BoomVisited Loudoun CastleWatched BalamoryPretended to smoke theseAte these for your dinnerSang "Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny"Visited M&D'sCured injuries with a wet paper towelHad these bad boys at schoolHad your face painted like thisSaw the Krankies in a pantoRead the Maisie booksAte Lucky TattiesListened to DJ BadboyPlayed chap door runWatched Still GamePlayed on this in PEHad mince 'n' tatties for teaDrank Bon AccordOwned a bottle of chippy sauceSang "The Jeely Piece Song"Had a plate like this at every partyUsed these in maths lessonsPlayed this at schoolGot these for your pocket moneyDrank this in a park
How Stereotypically Scottish Was Your Childhood
Are you English or something? You have no idea of all the wonderful delights you missed out on, like eating Lucky Tatties or getting MWI on Buckie in a park. What a shame.
It probably wasn't the most stereotypically Scottish childhood ever, but hey, who wants to be a stereotype anyway? Well done!
Well done! Your childhood couldn't really have been much more Scottish. Were your mum and dad the Krankies or something?