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No no no...
No no no...
Noooo..Scotland is not the same as Britain, unless you British guys like to wear kilts. If a guy goes around wearing a skirt or dress around here, you are called a transvestite.
Well, I'm thinking with my luck I wouldn't run into Russel Crowe, so that wouldn't be a big deal. And what is wrong with the other indigenous males in that country?
You have to remember, that I want to just visit Italy and Greece. I wouldn't run into the problem of the history "getting in the way". Now if I visit, and then decide to stay, then that is something I would have to take into consideration.
Now, on to France. So your a patriot fry person? lol. Interesting and here I thought everyone in the world was laughing at us for taking the French outta the fry. lol.
11/15/2005 9:58 pm
The confusing thing about our little country is that it has three names. Scotland is in Great Brutain which is a reference to the large Island. However it is also a part of the United Kingdom which also includes the other smaller islands and Northern Ireland. So you see Scotland is seperate from England and Wales but all three of them are in Great Britain (meaning that 'British Guys' includes those bloody transvestites). No-one really wears a kilt anymore. You might see one at a wedding or a formal event but even then they are in short supply. If you see a guy wearing a kilt then it is an 80% chance that he is American and claims descent from Scottish folk to the extent that he thinks he is wearing his national dress (in general the Scots laugh at this as they look ridiculous as they tend to wear them in a very ceremonial over the top way). |
You like Russell Crowe? I think that I should point out my last comment was completely tongue in cheek (I think you should go to all those places - I am no hater of travelling or different cultures). But liking Russell Crowe is taking it a bit far. As for the indigenous male, well I should correct myself here. Indigenous male would refer to the Aborginals, of whom I have no direct experience. I was refering to your Australian (the Russell Crowe male). Well they are certainly an acquired taste and would love to be there when you finally come face to face with them (although I have a terrible feeling in the pit of my stomach that you find them endearing after the Russell comment).
History getting in the way was a reference to all of Europe. I reckon that in general you were on to a winner with the whole Greece/Italy idea.
The patriot fries thing. The whole world was laughing at you. I was being ironic.....sorry.
11/16/2005 10:14 am
Well, lucky for you I'm not a Russell Crowe fan. I can honestly say I don't think I have ever watched one of his movies. |
Well, men are men, right? Men are probably the same here as there as well as in Austrailia. Different types, etc.
Well, I figured as much about the patriot fry. Even I laughed at that.
Hmmmm...I have always wondered what a guy wears under his kilt? Any ideas?