Guest Squareman

The inaugural 'See you, see me?" Scottish meet up

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    Guest Squareman

    Come and join us, come and join us

    We are the chosen few

    Come and join us, come and join us

    At a Scottish barbeque

     

    Now, the english love their roast meat

    The French eat snails and frogs

    The Greeks go crackers over their moussaka and the Chinese love hotdogs

    The Welshmen love to have a leek, the Irish love their stew

    But you just can't beat that half-cooked meat at a Scottish barbeque!

     

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    ALL WELCOME (even the english ;))

     

    Date: 28 May 2011

    Time: 13h00

    Venue: On the grass, next to the Buffalo ship in Glenelg

    To bring: All of your food and bevvy (there are two gas barbies available for those who want to bbq)

    Kids welcome as there is a nice playgym and plenty of open space

    Those who want to drop a line in the water can also do so. Plenty of bream and other wee diddy fish aboot.

     

    Mone, jyne in!

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    Guest guest1255

    ha ha luv it !!!! count us in (Tracey &Steven)

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    Guest Squareman

    And the wearing of football tops is strongly encouraged. It wouldnt be a scottish get together without a few arguments. Hehe

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    Sorry need tae give it a miss the missus works on a Satuarday but I let a few other know its on.

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    Guest SA Great

    So do you have to be scottish to be allowed to go??

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    Guest moviemummy

    Hi all

     

    Wish we were there and we'd come too! Hopefully soon...

     

    L x

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    Guest Squareman

    SA Great, the invite clearly says All Welcome, so you are more than welcome to join. An interpreter will be available on the day. Hehe

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    Guest SA Great
    SA Great, the invite clearly says All Welcome, so you are more than welcome to join. An interpreter will be available on the day. Hehe

     

    LOL interpreter will be most welcome. Can he convert everything into Australian? Yeah Naaa, Look, She'll be apples mate!! Maybe scottish is easier to understand!

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    Guest Squareman

    I've no decided yet. Being a Rangers supporter, I guess I should be displaying empathy with supporters of the wee diddy clubs. It's no nice to keep rubbing your success in others' faces......hehe

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    Guest JimmyT

    Hi,

     

    we'll be there too, might even wear a wee token bit of tartan!!

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    Guest Squareman

    Just bumping this to the top of the board in case some of you haven't seen it.

     

    Again, please note that this is not an exclusively Scottish gathering. There are a number of people coming who aren't members of the Master Race, so please feel free to join us this Saturday in Glenelg, near the Buffalo ship (the bbq area) at 13h00.

     

    Slàinte mhath!

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    Guest TheYales

    Hi Squareman,

     

    Loving your rhyme! Rabbie would be proud! We'll dig aboot for some lorne sausage and join you this weekend! Hubbie will be in Boro shirt to mix it up!

     

    The Yales

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    Guest Squareman

    Nice one, Yales family.

     

    Ian, you make a very good point. Not sure what the solution is though?

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    Guest Squareman

    That would be favourite Tyson, but I think some folk will be bringing kids. I don't know of too many kiddie friendly places in the area. A related concern is the fact that the bbq area we have chosen is a dry zone, I think? Every time I walk past there I see people drinking, but I'm not keen on tempting fate. I can imagine the headline in the Sunday Mail - 'Gang of Poms Arrested'

     

    hehe

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