Scottish Humor

Ah, the Honesty of the Scots:
An armed, hooded, robber burst into the Bank of Scotland in Princes Street, Edinburgh, and forced the tellers to load a sack full of cash. On his way out the door with the loot, one brave Scottish customer grabbed the hood and pulled it off revealing the robber’s face. The robber shot the Scotsman without hesitation! He then looked around the bank to see if anyone else had seen him. One of the tellers looked straight at him and the robber walked over and calmly shot him also. Everyone by now was very scared and looking down at the floor.

“Did anyone else see my face?” asked the robber.

There were a few moments of silence, then one elderly Scottish lady, looking
down, tentatively raised her hand and said: “I think my husband might have caught a glimpse .….”


After thirty years of dating, at last, one beautiful evening on the Isle of Skye, Jean thought it was time to ask the question.

“Sandy,” she breathed, “is it not about time we were getting married ?”

After a heavy silence. Sandy sighed.

“Yes, Jean, it is.”

A hopeful gleam spread over Jean.

“Yes, Jean, it is. But who would have us ?”

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