In view of my own post earlier this week on Robert Burns, I just had to post this funnier, wittier one by the amazing Shelley Sackier over at Peak Perspective blog. If you don’t already follow her, then do yourself a favour and remedy that omission right now. She’s brilliant and the cartoon illustrations that accompany her writing done by the very talented Rob Gott just enrich an already first-class blog.
There is nothing more attractive to me than a big, burly Scotsman dressed in a kilt.
There is nothing more attractive to me than a big, burly Scotsman dressed in a kilt and holding a glass of single malt scotch.
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There is nothing more attractive to me than a big, burly Scotsman dressed in a kilt, holding a glass of single malt scotch and offering it to ME.
And the great thing about January 25th is that my chances of seeing this attractive vision unfold increases monumentally all because of one charming fellow.
Who happens to be dead.
Nonetheless, Robert Burns is still remembered, admired and hailed around the world. His birthday is celebrated in ways that likely have him wishing he could be there and glad that he is not. It all depends upon what party you end…
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