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    Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

    Posted by Nder on 16/5/2018, 10:17:46

    I was in Aberdeen & Edinburgh for a short while & although prepared for it I was still not ready for how widespread anti-English they are. Good luck to Ollie Lee with that if he does go. After one international weekend experiences while there, true colours were then shown & I reckon 50% of them proper hate us. Any other Hatters have similar experiences?

      Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

      Posted by luton ger on 16/5/2018, 18:26:01, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

      Depends whereabouts in Scotland you go and who you mix with.

      When I stay in Kilsyth and Glasgow mixing with my Rangers pals, 99.9% of them have no problem with us whatsoever.

      I and every English person (Rangers fan naturally) I know who have visited Ibrox ..........has always been welcomed.

        Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

        Posted by Gothenburg Hatter on 16/5/2018, 12:39:17, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

        I visit Scotland every year and have done so since a child. I can honestly say that I have never been on the end of any negative comments or anti English abuse. The opposite in fact. Have always been welcomed warmly and find the scots frienndly. Sure there is a lot of banter but its mostly good natured.

          Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

          Posted by Farhat on 16/5/2018, 12:17:43, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

          EVERYBODY now hates the English. And it bloody well serves us right.

          Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

          Posted by East Durham Hatter on 16/5/2018, 11:41:27, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

          I lived in Aberdeen for four years ,working as a chef although I've a couple of good friends from that time the amount of Anti -English feeling was huge .I was there when England played the Scottish in euro play offs 2000, one of the pubs played brave heart before the first game to get people in the mood. My wife was studying at the university and ,possibly because it was culturally mixed, the feeling there was nothing like my work environment.

            Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

            Posted by Celtic Sid on 16/5/2018, 10:35:37, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

            Ask the resident 2 club wanker. Spends his life on here expressing his love for those bluenose cvnts

              Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

              Posted by bbb on 16/5/2018, 10:45:52, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

              The irony of your posting name on a Luton board calling someone a 2 club wanker is obviously lost on you! !

                Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                Posted by RGDave on 16/5/2018, 11:29:16, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                To be fair, he seems to have stopped posting lately. Maybe having the summer off?

              Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

              Posted by RGDave on 16/5/2018, 10:35:03, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

              Most Scots are fine. You get bigots everywhere. They can be found late at night in any pub or on Social Media venting their spleen. Take people as they come.

                Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                Posted by Jane on 16/5/2018, 10:29:14, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                I lived in Scotland for a year. I did not know at the time but it was a strong SNP area. There is no doubt that even those who were friendly were anti English. Often it was subtle but still obvious. Given that we had been there on numerous occasions playing golf we were shocked as short visits had been different. Probably because we were on holiday and spending money!

                  Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                  Posted by crumpsall on 16/5/2018, 10:28:10, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                  I heard of a couple of nasty examples of that during the Scottish independence referendum - one friend was so upset by it that she wanted to move back to England. She's still unsettled by it.

                  But you will find unpleasant, unjustified bigotry everywhere of course - you only have to look on here sometimes for evidence of that.

                    Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                    Posted by Laurie on 16/5/2018, 10:26:44, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                    I suppose when you invade a country and commit genocide in the Highland clearances - One can understand the hate

                      Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                      Posted by azores hatter on 16/5/2018, 10:58:07, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                      laurie, so we are getting the blame for that now are we? the highlands were cleared by Scottish hereditary aristocratic landowners

                        Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                        Posted by azores hatter on 16/5/2018, 11:06:12, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                        lived in Orkney for twelve years and even they didn't blame us for the highland clearances, then again a lot of them didn't like beng called scots, "i'm Orcadian" and they have closer feelings for their Norse heritage and a lot have nordic first names like Erland or Thorfin. if scotland had broken from the UK there was talk of Orkney and Shetland splitting from Scotland, that would have ####ed up the SNP as most of the oil is off Shetland

                          Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                          Posted by RADSB on 16/5/2018, 10:59:43, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                          and because of weak Scottish law that gave little or no protection to tenants.

                            Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                            Posted by azores hatter on 16/5/2018, 11:09:45, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                            correct RADSB, the english system of "copyhold" meant this couldn't happen to english tenant farmers

                          Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                          Posted by Shatter on 16/5/2018, 10:44:55, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                          I don't think that was Nder that did that.
                          How far back do we go?
                          Do we still hate the Vikings?

                        Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                        Posted by new boy on 16/5/2018, 10:24:43, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                        I used to regularly visit customers across Scotland . Whenever I had chance to go out into production areas there were always Scottish saltires festooned around the place : the shopfloor staff were ALWAYS anti-English but senior staff were more accommodating . Bloody good job I'm Irish

                          Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                          Posted by Mahatma Gander on 16/5/2018, 10:20:56, in reply to "Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                          I haven't been up there much but I've always had the opposite experience.

                            Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                            Posted by nev the bear on 16/5/2018, 10:24:27, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                            I worked for an Aberdeen company and had no problems. you have to respect its their country

                              Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                              Posted by Nearly a Genius on 16/5/2018, 10:42:31, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                              Perhaps the current spate of perceived anti-Englishness is because Scotland on the whole voted to stay in the EU.

                                Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                                Posted by Mahatma Gander on 16/5/2018, 10:56:26, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                                Lol, that's reaching even for you Remoaner types

                                  Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                                  Posted by RADSB on 16/5/2018, 10:58:38, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                                  Only 40% of voters in chilly jocko land voted Remain. An estimated 400,000 SNP voters voted Leave.

                                    Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                                    Posted by Howzatter on 16/5/2018, 11:15:21, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                                    Good old Jimmy Greaves quote 'Chilly Jocko Land'

                                    Always made me laugh when he said that to Ian St John

                                      Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                                      Posted by RADSB on 16/5/2018, 11:17:42, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                                      It was good old fashioned banter....err, um, I mean disgusting stereotyping/racism/rage rage rage.

                                  Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness?

                                  Posted by nev the bear on 16/5/2018, 10:45:32, in reply to "Re: Living in Scotland - anti-Englishness? "

                                  not getting into that I earn my living in Europe

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