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I have been trying all my life to like Scotsmen, and am obliged to desist from the experiment in despair
Charles Lamb

It requires a surgical operation to get a joke well into a Scotsman's understanding
Sidney Smith

Scotland is a vile country, though God made it, but we must remember that he made it for Scotsmen, and comparisons are odious, but God also made Hell
Samuel Johnson

Oats: a grain which in England is generally given to a horse, but in Scotland it supports the people
Samuel Johnson

Scotsmen take all they can get - and a little more if they can
Scottish saying

The great thing about Glasgow now is that if there is a nuclear attack it'll look exactly the same afterwards
Billy Connolly

Much may be made of a Scotsman, if he is caught young
Samuel Johnson

The noblest prospect which a Scotman ever sees, is the high road that leads him to England
Samuel Johnson

There are few more impressive sights in the world than a Scotsman on the make
James Barrie

The Scot is a fine fellow whose father toils witha muck fork, he is the bandy legged lout from Tullietudlescleugh, who after a childhood of intamcy with the cess pool, and the crab house, and twelve month at "the college" on money's wrung from the diet of his family drops his threadbare kilt and comes south in a slop suit to instruct the English in the arts of civilisation...
TWH Crosland

The Scotchman is one who keeps the Sabbath and every other thing he can lay his hands on.
American saying

You've forgotten the grandest moral attribute of a Scotsman, Maggie, that he'll do nothing which might damage his career.
J. M. Barrie, What Every Woman Knows, 1906

As hard-hearted as a Scot of Scotland.
English saying

Jews, Scotchmen and counterfeits will be encountered throughout the world.
German saying

DR. JOHNSON: Sir, it is a very vile country.
MR. S: Well, sir, God made it.
DR. JOHNSON: Certainly he did, but we must remember that He made it for Scotchmen. Comparisons are odious, Mr. S, but God made Hell.
Dr Samuel Johnson, A journey to the "Western Islands of Scotland, 1775

I have been trying all my life to like Scotchmen, and am obligated to desist from the experiment in despair.
Charles Lamb, British essayist and writer

Give a Scotsman an inch and he'll take a mile.
Scottish saying

Three failures and a fire make a Scotsman's fortune.
Scottish saying

Scotsmen tak a' they can get - and a little more if they can.
Scottish saying

That garret of the earth, the knuckle-end of England, that land of Calvin, oat-cakes and sulphur.
Sydney Smith, British clergyman, essayist and wit

 


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