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    Posted on Jun 9, 2016

    16 Totally Insane Things That Are Everyday Occurrences In Glasgow

    "What's your Wi-Fi called again?" "Pussy Buffet."

    1. People drying laundry or ironing in the road.

    Because you can't afford to waste those five minutes of precious sunshine a year.

    2. Buses that crack jokes instead of telling you where they're going.

    "This is all very hilarious but how do I get to Bellshill?"

    3. Completely insane Gumtree ads.

    "Make joke to your boyfriend!"

    4. Folk taped to lampposts in the middle of the day.

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    They're not necessarily on stag dos, it's just a thing here.

    5. Utterly batshit newspaper headlines.

    We've become so immune to these they just feel normal now.

    6. Cheerfully rude trade vans.

    So professional.

    7. And unnecessarily smutty Wi-Fi names.

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    Guys.

    8. Excessively sweary graffiti.

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    Sausage is a cunt, apparently.

    9. Very insulting licence plates.

    10. And massively OTT responses to parking fails.

    Probably because the licence plates are so antagonistic.

    11. Furious, blunt, sweary pub signs.

    This is definitely a good way to make your customers feel welcome.

    12. Teenagers trolling ISIS.

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    We should send a few young teams into the conflict zone, just to see what happens.

    13. Meals served in pizza boxes instead of on plates.

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    "Can I have a salad, please?" "Do you want it in a pizza box?" "No." "THEN GET OUT."

    14. Extremely strange posters.

    Why.

    15. People with traffic cones on their heads dressed as equestrian statues of the Duke of Wellington.

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    This one is definitely the most niche.

    16. And, of course, people risking death or severe injury just to get a suntan.

    Glasgow, there really is nowhere else in the world quite like you. Well done.

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