It seems that Glasgow is one of the big locations for his employer. That's weird considering that Scotland has no tuition fees.
I've used that "the big city" in reference to small towns joke numerous times. I got it from Cheers. It was a Woody line:
I'll never forget when my Uncle Orlo left Hanover to seek his fortune in the big city.
You know what happened? Terre Haute just chewed him up and spit him out.
The joke stems from the fact that Terre Haute is a pretty small town. 60,000 people according to Wikipedia. I only know that Indiana State University is there.
But by contrast, Hannover, Indiana has a population of 3,500. So Terre Haute would be a real change.
Similarly, Newcastle upon Tyne has 300,000 people to Darlington's 100,000.
I'm just trying to stay awake by posting stuff. 9.00 is too early to go to sleep. I was going to go to sleep at 7.00. Actually, maybe 9.00 isn't so bad. I have to get up at 6.00, after all.
People are all abuzz over a Tim Horton's opening in Glasgow. What's Tim Horton's? I don't know. Apaprently, a Canadian coffee shop. I never heard of it, not being Canadian or a coffee drinker. But there's now like ten threads about it on the Glasgow Reddit.
I've seen the location. It's by the train station. There's a KFC across the street, a Pizza Hut diagonally, and a McDonalds on the other corner. I don't go to any of these places. They're all shit.
Here's a guy looking for a place to form an 11 a side football team. Try the gay bars.
There's always a lot of tourists thanking Glasgow for their nice stay. Hey, no problem, buddy. I hope that my masturbating in my flat made your stay more enjoyable.
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