Scottish World Cup Anthem

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  1. I don't know about you, but I really miss Scotland at the world cup. Mostly I miss trainloads of drunken Scots molesting the crack whores and covent garden nuns while singing dire football anthems. I thought they could do with a song to cheer them up for this world cup.

    Here's my effort, I think you know the tune:

    O floowerrr of Scotland
    When wull we see
    You on the pitch
    That played and lost for
    Your wee bit hill and glen
    And soon dismayed them
    Poor tartan army
    And sent them homeward
    Tae think again

    The shelf is bare now
    And autumn leaves lie thick and still
    O'er trophies long lost now
    Which those so dearly held
    For we've dismayed them
    Poor tartan army
    And sent them homeward
    Tae think again

    Those days are passed now
    And in the past they will remain
    But we can still rise now
    And be embarrassed again
    Poor tartan army
    Will always go homeward
    Tae think again

    Any other suggestions to cheer up our Caledonian parasites?
  2. Very good, come up with that on yer own?
  3. Irish parasites? vv poor - extra lat for you.
  4. B_AND_T

    B_AND_T LE Book Reviewer

    Were staying at home!
    Were staying at home!
    Football is staying at home!
  5. Whoops, well spotted, I must have missed school that day with mumps, edit on it's way!
  6. IMHO you should really have a team before you can have a football national anthem, I don't believe the Porridge wogs need an anthem!
  7. Maybe Scotland doesnt have a good team at the moment, but at least they have their OWN national anthem.

    Its slightly ironic that the same sentiment can be applied to the equally barren English trophy cuboard.
  8. B_AND_T

    B_AND_T LE Book Reviewer

    1966 ??
  9. Interesting to see a Scot (I assume), try to take lumps out of a transplanted Scot (who is a god when it comes to marital relations), over the issue of a song.

    The inevitable flaccid comments about England are amusing too.
  10. As a jock I find that poem quite amusing. Nicely done.

    Then again we can take a joke, unlike the legions of whining English cnuts on here bleating because we wont support them or because we dare to wear a t-shirt advocating supporting "Anyone But England".
  11. Oh look! Another Eng-ger-land v's Scotland thread. How novel! We havent seen one of these since the three or four threads below it! :roll:

    I honestly cant wait until the England team are on the plane home and this boring shite is over and done with.
    Yes Im Scottish, no I dont give a fcuk about the Scottish team, the English team or any fecking team of over paid prima donna wendyballers that kick a bag of air around.
  12. Auld-Yin

    Auld-Yin LE Reviewer Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    Thanks for that wee poem - very witty :D

    It is of course very considerate of you to post this on the anniversary of The Battle of Bannockburn when the home team had a resounding victory. :twisted:

  13. How about this little ditty:

    And did those boys, just really hae
    Another great escape
    And did they only put one past
    A nation so small and crass

    And yet its like, they won the cup
    When in all truth, they fucked it up
    For now they must overcome
    The team that spank them 3 stars to 1.
  14. Biped

    Biped LE Book Reviewer

    I believe that the porridge eaters sing it slightly different when they're on the road, with their bottles of Buckfast.

    It actually goes like this:

    O flwrrrrrsssscnnnnn
    Taaaeee thunk agaiiiiin

    the sheeerrrff izzzz baarenoooo
    och ya fukkazzzzz
    aaall ave yeeezzz!