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Question:  If the referendum were held now, how would you vote?
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Littlebuddha
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #1770 on: March 24, 2014, 01:52 PM »
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I am proud to be Scottish and all the wonderful things my country has contributed to the world. I am also Australian and proud of that too where your class is counted for nothing and you are treated  as yourself and not from what class you are and not for the school you went too.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #1771 on: March 24, 2014, 02:13 PM »
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Why?

Cos you've been over there since you were about three, if I'm not mistaken.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #1772 on: March 24, 2014, 03:07 PM »
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It's funny how you still see yourself as English.
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I have dual citizenship, but this is what greets you in my hallway. As the saying goes: You Can Take The Lass Out Of Scotland, But You Can't Take The Scotland Out Of The Lass.




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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #1773 on: March 24, 2014, 10:21 PM »
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Cos you've been over there since you were about three, if I'm not mistaken.

7 actually, although I guess not much difference. Have just always felt English and preferred to support England and Britain in sports etc. Possibly to do with the all teasing about being a "pom" and "go back home" when I was first in school here and my parents also found people to be very anti-English at first. My Dad says it's probably made him much more patriotic of England than he ever was when he lived there.  Have also never taken NZ citizenship so am not legally an NZer either.
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