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Celebrate the Hammer of the Scots and our Longbows at Falkirk

Scottish tourist attraction bans English visitors in revenge for 1298 battle - Telegraph

The Edinburgh Dungeon said the one-day event is in revenge for the Battle of Falkirk, fought 710 years ago July 21st (sic- I think it was on July 22nd), at which more than 2,000 Scots were slaughtered by the Auld Enemy.

English visitors will only be allowed entry if they sign a scroll swearing allegiance to Scotland, while those from other countries will be encouraged to bring in items deemed 'typically English’ to be smashed.

I'd be jumping up and down on a tartan scone tin in revenge, but I'd probably be arrested for being racist.....


Can we have a commemoration of the Battle of Stirling Bridge where Scottish visitors have to sign allegiance to England and foreign visitors bring items made in Scotland to be smashed?

Braveheart not yer favorite movie, then?

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