Englishman, lecturing on his travels, was speaking disparagingly about
the Scots in Canada and the mixing of the race with the Indians.
‘You’ll find,’ he said, ‘a great number of Scots half-breeds and French
halfbreeds, but you cannot find any English half-breeds.’
‘Not surprisingly,’ shouted a Scot in the audience. ‘The squaws had to
draw the line somewhere.
Scotsman walked into a supermarket with his zipper down. A lady cashier
walked up to him and said, "Your barracks door is open." This is not a
phrase we Scotsmen normally use so he went on his way looking a bit
When he was about done shopping, a man came up and said, "Your fly is
He zipped up and finished his shopping. He then intentionally got in the
line to check out where the lady was who told him about his "barracks
door." He was planning to have a little fun with her. When he reached
her counter he said, "When you saw my barracks door open did you see a
Scottish soldier standing in there at attention?"
The lady thought for a moment and said, "No, no. I didn't. All I saw was
a disabled veteran sitting on two duffle bags!!!
glazing is doing great business in Scotland in hope that the children
cannot hear the ice cream van when it comes round
decided to call his father-in-law the "Exorcist" because every time he
came to visit he made the spirits disappear.
auction in Glasgow a wealthy American announced that he had lost his
wallet containing £10,000 and would give a reward of £100 to the person
who found it.
From the back of the hall a Scottish voice shouted, "I'll give £150!"
nephew came to him with a problem. "I have my choice of two women," he
said, "a beautiful, penniless young girl whom I love dearly, and a rich
old widow whom I can't stand."
"Follow your heart; marry the girl you love," Jock counselled.
"Very well, Uncle Jock," said the nephew, "that's sound advice."
"By the way," asked Jock "where does the widow live?"
Scotsman was invited for a visit to the home of his Canadian friend.
Soon after the Scotsman arrived, he glanced out the window to see a huge
beast just outside. He pointed, and asked his Canadian friend, "Och,
lad, what's that?" The Canadian replied, "Oh, that's a moose." The
Scotsman stared in disbelief, and replied, "That's a moose?! Well, how
big are yer cats around here?"