In fact, it has been reported that 90% of Britain’s SAS are of Scottish origin – talk about robust.
Burns Night has arrived – and as well as celebrating the life of a legendary Scottish poet, it also conjures up images of kilts, bagpipes and rugged highlanders. We’ve all fallen for Gerard Butler and Ewan Mc Gregor on the big screen, and of course the more mature ladies will remember the irresistible husky tones of Scottish hunk Sean Connery declaring: “The name’s Bond. So what exactly is this ‘Scots-appeal’ that sets Celtic men apart from other men?
Why do we find them so alluring and are they really the most manly men on the planet?
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The exact opposite are the Scottish – a great majority are blond with eyes of any colour but dark.
Then the skin of the Scots is kind of transparent, very light and difficult to get tan (after sun exposure gets reddish instead), mostly covered with freckles.
Get ready to swoon – here’s a guide to the 10 things women love about the tartan-wearing warriors from the north: 1) The Kilts It takes a real man to wear a kilt…especially on a cold winter’s day!
Scotland’s traditional garment dates all the way back to the 16th century when the ‘Great Kilt’ (Feileadh Mhor) was first invented. It’s only human nature to be fascinated by this intriguing part of a man’s attire.
Don’t shoot the exceptionally well dressed messenger.
Freedom of speech is allowed in both the UK and the Netherlands.
The major differences between Dutch and British girls can be seen in the traditional British hen night and the Dutch vrijgezellenfeest.