wee Jordy from Scotland

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Oxford, Oct 21, 2002.

  1. Oxford

    Oxford G&G Evangelist

    One day wee Jordy was out walking with his lass in the fields of scotland, while walking
    through the heather the lass says; "ah wee Jordy I can tell you want to hold my hand!

    Wee Jordy says "aye lass that I do, but how can you tell?

    Well she says "I can tell by the gleam in your eye."

    Walking along a bit further she says to him "wee Jordy I can tell you want to give me a kiss".

    "Well I lass that I do, but how can you tell?"

    "Ah wee Jordy, I can tell by the gleam in your eye!"

    Walking along a bit further she says "wee Jordy I can tell you want to make love to me".

    He says, "aye lass that I do! You can tell by the gleam in my eye!"

    "No!" she says... "by the tilt in your kilt!"
    :D
     
  2. NRAJOE

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    I don't get it... ;) :D guess they really don't wear anything under there!
     

  3. Oxford

    Oxford G&G Evangelist

    I was in Scotland two years ago and that was a common question. I would suggest not wearing a kilt if you're on viagara, though.(ha):D :nod:
     
  4. NRAJOE

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    True meaning of kissing the blarney stone?
     
  5. Oxford

    Oxford G&G Evangelist

    For what it's worth, you either have to kiss it upside down or get down on your hands and knees or something sort of crazy like that. It' located high up in the battlements at the Blarney Castle in Blarney, Ireland.

    Found more about the Blarney Stone on the internet:
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    " Kissing the Blarney stone

    The world famous Blarney Stone is situated high up
    in the battlements of the castle. Follow one of the
    several long, stone spiral staircases up to the top
    and enjoy the spectacular views of the lush green
    Irish countryside, Blarney House and The Village of
    Blarney.

    The stone is believed to be half of the Stone of
    Scone which originally belonged to Scotland.
    Scottish Kings were crowned over the stone,
    because it was believed to have special powers.

    The stone was given to Cormac McCarthy by Robert
    the Bruce in 1314 in return for his support in the
    Battle of Bannockburn.

    Queen Elizabeth I wanted Irish chiefs to agree to
    occupy their own lands under title from her. Cormac
    Teige McCarthy, the Lord of Blarney, handled every
    Royal request with subtle diplomacy, promising
    loyalty to the Queen without "giving in". Elizabeth
    proclaimed that McCarthy was giving her "a lot of
    Blarney", thus giving rise to the legend.

    You too can acquire the gift of eloquence by kissing
    the stone!"
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2002