I’m so disgusted with the “impartial” BBC right now. First you had Nick Robinson cut an almost 8 minute reply from Alex Salmond (in which he highlighted rife corruption not only in Westminster but in the BBC itself, neither of which had been actioned against) down to a “no reply” which is fucking bullshit, but now you have the BBC showing today’s Yes March in glasgow as like six losers walking up like argyle Street when actually it was a few thousand people matching on the royal concert hall.
Ffs, you’re supposed to be impartial and fair.
Asked someone if they could please move from our reserved tables and the guy (who would had to stand on his tip toes to hit me in the face) tried to start a fight :’)
Why’s it always me? I’m like mister (stubborn as fuck) gentle giant.
Just saw an advert where they’ve taken different clips to make it sound like Alex Salmond is singing I Want To Break Free omg
Have you seen the YouTube of David Cameron clips cut together to sing never getting back together?
"You’re doing the good thing, but you ain’t doing it right, so actually, you bad"
- The least constructive thing you can say someone.
Really though I think my favourite guilty pleasure is fancying everyone and telling my boyfriend about it.
She’s really (really really really really really) not even kidding.
She’s like “Omg, that bar guy is so hot.”, “Fucking hell Stu, the hottest girl ever just walked in the room, do you fancy her? I do.”, “[Insert female friend of both me and Kizzy’s name] you are so hot, wanna have a threesome with me and Stu?”.
And then you have me, scared to even admit that I find Natalie Dormer and Emma Stone attractive…
I’ve really enjoyed seeing what the past few weeks have brought out in Scotland. People seem to be educating themselves more and having open debate about where they stand and why, in most cases with it staying pretty civil.
Even though I am now convinced that I am voting Yes (despite my woes surrounding research funding and the pound) I have been very happy to see the No/Better Together campaign having a more outspoken and proud presence (akin to that of the Yes campaign, in spite of their numerous cock ups and blantantly twisted facts, such as the supermarket fiasco and the sexist advert).
There has never been a time to be more proud of Scotland, regardless of the outcome of Independence.