Scots top UK drinking table

Fang_Farrier

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Is it becasue they dribble most of it down their shirts?
That implies waste. And everybody knows that that would never, ever, happen.

Unless it was being paid for by an Englander. Preferably a Little one.
 

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I've been to Scotland and I can see why they drink so much.
 

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Brotherton Lad

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I've recently moved to Scotland and my consumption has increased by 23%, just so as I blend in.
 

Auld-Yin

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I've recently moved to Scotland and my consumption has increased by 23%, just so as I blend in.
You are better off with a single malt rather than these blends :)
 
#9
I drink in Scotland on my way to and from work, I'm glad to be contributing towards this.

Reminds me of a Frankie Boyle classic.

English bloke in a Glasgow bar 'Could I have a vodka and coke please?'

Barman ' We dinnae dae cocktails!'
 
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#13
Thinking on, if Buckfast was re-classified as a tonic then the percentage would change - a lot.
 
#15
As can be clearly seen from the table at the bottom. The English and Welsh have laid off the booze as the recession bites, but the Jocks are going to drink their way through it.
 
#16
As can be clearly seen from the table at the bottom. The English and Welsh have laid off the booze as the recession bites, but the Jocks are going to drink their way through it.
Only because it's funded by the English!

*pulls pin, lobs*
 
#18
Good grief, people who live in Scotland drink more then southerners.

Could this be due to waking up and going 'Oh no, I live in Scotland! Maybe if I drink enough then I'll forget, thank the Lord for Bucky, made in God's country down south.
 

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As can be clearly seen from the table at the bottom. The English and Welsh have laid off the booze as the recession bites, but the Jocks are going to drink their way through it.
We do have the thriving whisky distillery sector to support!
 

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