Note | Reviewing dating apps may seem outside of the purview’s of this blog. As a foreigner living abroad I’m also always looking for ways to expand my, admittedly, small social network here in Glasgow. Pictures of an individual appears for your viewing pleasure along with their first name, age, distance from you and (if they’ve added this information) a tagline. The X icon is a ‘nope’ and the heart icon, a ‘like’.
When she was living here in America, she always told me it was her "dream" to meet & marry a man from the UK. Bottom line, do you think it's dangerous or even a bit pathetic to have this kind of "dream" since, there's plenty of people in your own country?
It usually comes in the form of continually making fun of the person we like.
Scottish humour is made up of a healthy dose of slang, playful banter and self-deprecating rants.
What’s more, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe provides enough humour to keep a Scot topped up with naff one-liners and naughty anecdotes for the rest of the year.
At one of his shows during the Fringe, comedian Kevin Bridges asked if there were ‘any tourists visiting Edinburgh?