The Scots teach us a lesson

Yesterday evening saw London invaded by the tartan hoard. Mainly young, male and full of noise they roamed the streets looking to remind us Sassenachs that something was missing from our lives. From 8-10pm , we were shown what – passion!

The first half gave England some hope but as time went on, we wondered what had happened to that bold buccaneering Captain Kane and his swashbuckling team-mates. When Kane trudged off, 16 minutes from the end, it was as if football hadn’t just come home but had evicted joy and enthusiasm in its return.

We are situated next to two loud pubs and I had expected dancing in the streets. Instead, I went out for a half-time run and came across this…

England didn’t deserve to win and Scotland raised their game. Whoever thinks that ripping the carefully framed flag of our next door neighbor and unionist should think again.

England had better brighten up or it will be more years of hurt and my message to the Scots is that you taught us a lesson!



About henry tapper

Founder of the Pension PlayPen,, partner of Stella, father of Olly . I am the Pension Plowman
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2 Responses to The Scots teach us a lesson

  1. Eve says:

    Lovely write up Henry🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

  2. Peter Beattie says:

    Henry. It’s all senseless competition intensified by an ‘overblown bag of leather’ that generates ‘tribalism rather than pulling together as neighbours rather than being negative and destroying our beloved ‘Union’. We are Brits under siege as a country and we should all remember that if these Islands have any hope of survival rather than being ‘taken over’ by ‘external cultures’. I do not believe that any one part or region of out country is better than any other. To think in those terms is being hypocritical!

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