I just laughed at this for a solid 5 mins. Well done. Have an upvote.
@timofborg, can you explain this? I've never taken a history class past high school
It’s a bit of a miracle that Australia still used the Union Jack after what the British did in WW1
Can someone explain please?
RIP Archie. He was as fast as a leopard
Heh 20 minutes
Don't like the fact they've used only the english flag to represent the british...
@bonja, Whats kind nuts is there is a war memorial in my small town (In Scotland) for the soldiers from there that died in Gallipoli and the amount the died is pretty huge for such a small place. I remember reading that for ww1 especially our towns male population was decimated.
@bonja, i heard Scotland is only part of the UK because they went bankrupt trying to start a colony. Is that true? And also, haggis....what's up with that?
@robee, the colony thing is kiiiiinda true. But also remember it was the king of scotland who became king of england not the otherway around
@bonja, unfortunatley i cant remember because i just learned that. Its really interesting though!
@robee, Ooh I'll answer the haggis question, it's great with gravy and mash. Also there's a holiday celebrating a saint or some one famous in Scotland (I can't remember his name right now), where it's an accepted tradition to eat haggis. If you want to know what it's made up of just google it.
@JeffTheGinger, whats its made of is literally the only thing i knew about it lol. I wanted to know how good it was though, thanks for answering!
@JeffTheGinger, st Andrews day. But we also would normally have it on Burns night which is for the poet Robert Burns.
Haggis is great though. I love some haggis neeps (turnip) and tatties (potatoe).