Glasgow Guide Home

Whats On Glasgow Guide
  Glasgow What's On


    Glasgow Reviews


    Glasgow Gallery


      Glasgow Links
Discuss | Guestbook | Postcard | News | Weather | Feedback | Search | About | What's New
Glasgow Guide Discussion Boards

Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )                >> View Today's Topics <<


  Replying to Independence Day?
Enter your Name
Anti-spam code
Security Code Confirmation
Confirm security code
Loading Image
You should NOT see this if you are REGISTERED and LOGGED IN.
 

Post Options
 Enable Smilies?
 


Last 10 Posts [ In reverse order ]
MildredSr Posted 4th Jan 2015, 05:09pm
  I enjoyed the video at the beginning, especially at this time of the year. Made me think of my home and what a beautiful country Scotland is.
Smithe173 Posted 21st Nov 2014, 07:09am
  Oh well.... not long to wait before the next referendum....

QUOTE
Two--thirds (66%) of Scots want another independence referendum within the next decade and more than half think one should be held within five years, a poll has revealed.

Little more than a month after the most significant vote in Scotland’s history, a majority of the public say they are prepared to repeat the process within the foreseeable future. According to the poll commissioned by STV, 66 per cent said they backed another referendum within the next ten years, regardless of the circumstances.

clap.gif clap.gif
CAT Posted 1st Oct 2014, 01:11pm
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 1st Oct 2014, 02:11pm) *
Especially this one ...

Attached Image


... my Big Maus biggrin.gif

laugh.gif laugh.gif
TeeHeeHee Posted 1st Oct 2014, 12:54pm
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 1st Oct 2014, 08:14am) *
I love cats, couldn't eat a whole one though. laugh.gif

Especially this one ...

Attached Image


... my Big Maus biggrin.gif
CAT Posted 1st Oct 2014, 09:23am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 1st Oct 2014, 09:14am) *
I can't stand marzipan, love cats, couldn't eat a whole one though. laugh.gif

I hope not, should I be afraid?
JAGZ1876 Posted 1st Oct 2014, 07:57am
 
QUOTE (TeeHeeHee @ 30th Sep 2014, 10:58pm) *
That'll be Lübeck, up near Hamburg, famous for it's Marzipan and other sweet things like Cat's tongues.


Attached Image


Nothin' sweet and juicy (zart & saftig) about the other tongue.gif


I can't stand marzipan, love cats, couldn't eat a whole one though. laugh.gif
JAGZ1876 Posted 1st Oct 2014, 07:56am
 
QUOTE (carmella @ 30th Sep 2014, 02:17pm) *
I wonder why lubbock chose that name. Lubbock is an awfie nice city in Texas.

I think I've asked this before laugh.gif


Home of Buddy Holly and the famous 50's UFO flap sighting the "Lubbock lights".
bilbo.s Posted 30th Sep 2014, 09:50pm
  Lubbock claims to have called himself after some obscure hero of his. I still think it is a misspelling of lummox. This is explained by his mispronunciation, due to a cleft palate which extends all the way up to his scalp.
TeeHeeHee Posted 30th Sep 2014, 09:41pm
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 30th Sep 2014, 09:56am) *
... is lubbock a German name?

That'll be Lübeck, up near Hamburg, famous for it's Marzipan and other sweet things like Cat's tongues.


Attached Image


Nothin' sweet and juicy (zart & saftig) about the other tongue.gif
carmella Posted 30th Sep 2014, 01:00pm
  I wonder why lubbock chose that name. Lubbock is an awfie nice city in Texas.

I think I've asked this before laugh.gif
Review the complete topic (launches new window)
RSS Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 15th Oct 2019

All material in the site Glasgow Guide is copyright of the Glasgow Guide Organisation. This material is for your own private use only, and no part of the site may be reproduced, amended, modified, copied, or transmitted to third parties, by any means whatsoever without the prior written permission of the copyright owner. All rights reserved.

Glasgow Hotels: book cheap hotels in Glasgow online now.