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9th Nov '17 7:35:05 PM DrNoPuma
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* Invoked in ''LetsPlay/HoboBros'', Kevin sometimes tries to imitate a Scottish accent when he gets angry at a game.
29th Oct '17 1:03:48 PM AgProv
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* In 2017, the Creator/{{BBC}} is producing and broadcasting a series of plays commemorating the centenary of the Russian Revolution. In a dramatisation of the life of Lenin, it is very noticeable that [[AccentAdaptation characters have been given a range of British regional accents]] to symbolise when they are from other parts of Russia and not natives of St Petersburg/Moscow [[note]] City natives get London/RP English accents of various sorts according to their social class[[/note]]). Lenin's personal driver, for instance, is broad Welsh. And when a thuggish Georgian bank-robber called [[UsefulNotes/JosefStalin J.V. Djugashvili]] enters the play, ''his' accent is Violent Glaswegian, no doubt to symbolise that Georgia is a different country and seperate from Russia...
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8th Oct '17 1:57:41 PM nombretomado
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* Black Jock [=McLaren=] from ''{{Porridge}}'' (also a ScaryBlackMan and a ScaryMinoritySuspect).

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* Black Jock [=McLaren=] from ''{{Porridge}}'' ''Series/{{Porridge}}'' (also a ScaryBlackMan and a ScaryMinoritySuspect).
19th Sep '17 4:15:55 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* Music/EricBogle, who was born in Peebles, does not shy away from his Scottish heritage, and has used this stereoyoe for songs both comic (e.g. "English Arse Kissing Blues") and serious (e.g. "Glasgow Lullaby").

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* Music/EricBogle, who was born in Peebles, does not shy away from his Scottish heritage, and has used this stereoyoe stereotype for songs both comic (e.g. "English Arse Kissing Blues") and serious (e.g. "Glasgow Lullaby").
19th Sep '17 4:15:03 PM v-n-n-n-n
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* The founding of Music/FranzFerdinand subverts this. Nick [=McCarthy=] drunkenly stole Alex Kapranos' bottle of vodka at a drunken party in (where else?) Glasgow. On the edge of a fight, Kapranos asked [=McCarthy=]: "Can you play the drums"? It turned out he really couldn't, but they switched things around, and a band was born.
** There are rumours that there was an actual fight for a bit, and then there was the question, and then the fight segued into a makeout session.


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* Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine with their "Sealed with a [[UseYourHead Glasgow Kiss]]".


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* The founding of Music/FranzFerdinand subverts this. Nick [=McCarthy=] drunkenly stole Alex Kapranos' bottle of vodka at a drunken party in (where else?) Glasgow. On the edge of a fight, Kapranos asked [=McCarthy=]: "Can you play the drums"? It turned out he really couldn't, but they switched things around, and a band was born.
** There are rumours that there was an actual fight for a bit, and then there was the question, and then the fight segued into a makeout session.
17th Sep '17 10:55:49 AM nombretomado
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The stereotype may have come from existing stereotypes about the Scots and also some TruthInTelevision about Glasgow. Any metropolis in 19th and early 20th century Britain had a lot of urban poverty and crime. But in Glasgow it was compounded by sectarian tensions between the Irish Catholic immigrants and the native Protestants. In the interwar years, the city became notorious for "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasgow_razor_gangs razor gangs]]", (often sectarian) gangs that were armed with knife-like razors. Today, the main surviving case of sectarian tension is the rivalry between [[BritishFootyTeams Rangers and Celtic]], one of the longest running and ugliest football feuds, and violence still happens to at least some degree at every game between the two.

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The stereotype may have come from existing stereotypes about the Scots and also some TruthInTelevision about Glasgow. Any metropolis in 19th and early 20th century Britain had a lot of urban poverty and crime. But in Glasgow it was compounded by sectarian tensions between the Irish Catholic immigrants and the native Protestants. In the interwar years, the city became notorious for "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasgow_razor_gangs razor gangs]]", (often sectarian) gangs that were armed with knife-like razors. Today, the main surviving case of sectarian tension is the rivalry between [[BritishFootyTeams [[UsefulNotes/BritishFootyTeams Rangers and Celtic]], one of the longest running and ugliest football feuds, and violence still happens to at least some degree at every game between the two.
1st Sep '17 11:19:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]], in [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales any]] [[Comicbook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck incarnation]].

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* [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]], in [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales any]] [[Comicbook/TheLifeAndTimesOfScroogeMcDuck incarnation]]. Interestingly, while his father was Scottish (and Scrooge was raised in Glasgow and the Highlands) his mother was actually Irish, so he also has some of the FightingIrish inside him.
23rd Aug '17 9:20:42 AM IceBearBelievesInYou
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A connected stereotype is the "Ned" -- a young Glaswegian hooligan who wears tilted-up baseball caps, lots of gold bling and tracksuits, travels in packs, drinks [[BoozeBasedBuff Buckfast]][[note]]A tonic wine, popular among binge drinkers in Scotland[[/note]] by the gallon, and is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scNLfr1EP08 impossible to understand.]] This is a counterpart to the English "chav" stereotype.

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A connected stereotype is the "Ned" -- ([[FunWithAcronyms Non Educated Delinquent]])-- a young Glaswegian hooligan who wears tilted-up baseball caps, lots of gold bling and tracksuits, travels in packs, drinks [[BoozeBasedBuff Buckfast]][[note]]A tonic wine, popular among binge drinkers in Scotland[[/note]] by the gallon, and is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scNLfr1EP08 impossible to understand.]] This is a counterpart to the English "chav" stereotype.
1st Aug '17 7:27:18 PM snichols1973
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* WesternAnimation/Brave features the Dingwall, Mcguffin, and Macintosh clans, whose feud for the right to marry Princess Merida threatens to divide Scotland. Fortunately, Merida convinces the clans' heads to let their sons marry in their own time to whomever they choose, and manages to re-unite the clans and mend the relationship between her mother and herself.

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* WesternAnimation/Brave WesternAnimation/{{Brave}} features the Dingwall, Mcguffin, and Macintosh clans, whose feud for the right to marry Princess Merida threatens to divide Scotland. Fortunately, Merida convinces the clans' heads to let their sons marry in their own time to whomever they choose, and manages to re-unite the clans and mend the relationship between her mother and herself.herself.
* [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstructed]] in WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}, since Shrek doesn't resort to such sterotypical actions as throttling someone, laying siege to the fortress, grinding someone's bones to make bread, decapitating entire villages, putting their heads on a pike, or cutting out their spleens and drinking their fluids, since villagers tend to misjudge Shrek when they run away and call him a big, stupid, smelly ogre, and when Shrek mishears Fiona's conversation with Donkey [[spoiler:about Lord Farquaad,]] he thinks that Fiona is talking about him when she mentions falling in love with an ugly, hideous creature.
1st Aug '17 7:05:42 PM snichols1973
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* WesternAnimation/Brave features the Dingwall, Mcguffin, and Macintosh clans, whose feud for the right to marry Princess Merida threatens to divide Scotland. Fortunately, Merida convinces the clans' heads to let their sons marry in their own time to whomever they choose, and manages to re-unite the clans and mend the relationship between her mother and herself.
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