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Funny Scottish Love Poem

Take yer pick Lass

Take yer pick Lass

A Scottish Love Poem.

(Who said Scottish guys aren’t romantic?)

A’ course ah love ye darlin’

Ye’re a bluidy top notch burd

An’ when ah say yer gorgeous

Ah mean every single wurd

So yer bum is oan the big side

Ah don’t mind a bit o’ flab

It means that when I’m ready

There’s sumthin’ there tae grab

So yer belly isny flat nae merr

Ah tell ye, ah dinnae care

So long as when ah cuddle ye

Ah kin get ma erms roon’ therr

Nae wummin wha is yer age

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Hiz nice roon’ perky breasts

They jist gave in tae gravity

But ah ken ye did yer best

Ah’m tellin’ ye the trooth noo

Ah nivir tell ye lies

Ah think it’s very sexy

Ye’ve got dimples oan yer thighs

Ah sweer oan mah grannies grave noo

The moment that we met

Ah thocht ye wiz as guid as

Ah wiz goanie get

Nae metter whit ye look like

Ah’ll alwiz love ye dear

Noo, shut up while the fitba’s oan

An’ fetch anither beer!

(Author unknown)


John MacNab (author) from the banks of the St. Lawrence on February 14, 2013:

Beth37: Thanks for reading and commenting Beth. I'm glad you liked it.

Beth37 on February 05, 2013:

Liked this one. :)

John MacNab (author) from the banks of the St. Lawrence on November 10, 2012:

Many thanks for your visit and comment epigramman. You have a very brave Dad - 1) For landing on Juno beach. 2)For admitting to looking up your mother's skirt. I looked up my wife's skirt at Wallaces Monument, but I have never had the courage to admit it until now.

Stirling was the very last place I visited before I came to Canada; I was fishing in the river Tay. I now live east of lake ontario.

epigramman on November 09, 2012:

Hello John - you are the Hub reincarnation of Robbie Burns - or is it Billy Connolly - lol - gee my mum and dad would loved this - they were both from Mel Gibson's hometown of Stirling (lol) .... sorry that was William Wallace - where my dad confessed to me he looked up my mum's skirt when they were walking up the steps at the Wallace Monument.

I love your sense of humor John and guess what we are fellow Canadians - I am sending you warm wishes and good energy from lake erie time ontario canada 7:1pm and thinking of my this Sunday as he was a 6 year veteran of World War II and landed on the Juno beach on D-Day.

John MacNab (author) from the banks of the St. Lawrence on August 09, 2012:

Jools99: Ta for stopping by, Jools, an' ah appreciate the comment. As ah wis sayin' tae drbj, I wish I had written the poem instead o' Andy in the auld country. At least ah think he wrote it - he sent it tae me.

John MacNab (author) from the banks of the St. Lawrence on August 09, 2012:

drbj: Dinnae fash yersel hen. I ken am nae as guid as Rbbie, an' anyway I didnae write it. A Scots buddy sent it tae me fur a giggle. Ta for poppin' in an' leavin' a comment. Ah appreciate it.

Jools Hogg from North-East UK on August 09, 2012:

Ha! Ha! John McNab, fab poetry - fit to be seen on the same pages as Burns :o) Voted up n shared!

drbj and sherry from south Florida on August 09, 2012:

John - Ye iz as gud as Bobbie Burns. Ah’m tellin’ ye the trooth, trust me!

John MacNab (author) from the banks of the St. Lawrence on August 09, 2012:

I'm pleased you popped in and left a comment, Reynold Jay. You'll find some mair Scottish wurds in ma ither hub - 'Using language to anger a Canadian.' Ye have me blushing here at your compliment and at ye becoming a fan.

'Aye, whae's like us? Damn few an' they're a' deid.'

Reynold Jay from Saginaw, Michigan on August 08, 2012:

I gotta learn the lingo on this Scottish thing. I enjoyed this very much. You have this laid out beautifully and it is easy to understand. Keep up the great HUBS. I gotta give this an Up ONE AND GREAT. I'm now your fan!

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