Sunday 26 February 2006

Saturday in Glasgow

Just like last year, (scroll down if necessary), sexism is still rampant in Glasgow. At the SECC yesterday all the boys (aged 5 to 105) were attending the Model Rail Scotland exhibition and the girls were in the next hall at the Scottish Wedding Show. These sexual stereotypes just don't go away, do they?

Hey, I've got an idea. Why don't we invite Larry Summers, the deposed President of Harvard University, to move to Glasgow? Like Mr Summers, we Scots understand that people are different under the kilt.

(UPDATE: Isn't this just perfect? The Scottish Baby Show is to be held at the SECC exactly one week after the Wedding Show! Fast workers, those Weegies.)

1 comment:

David Farrer said...

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Well I hope you guys aren't going to accept the latest treatment for prostate cancer then because it was developed by a bunch of women - even worse - nasty low-class colonials from Australia. Catch you middle-aged, middle-class gents relying on anything developed by those dumb Aussie sheilas! I'm sure Larry Summers wouldn't go near the stuff either, he'd rather die I think.

5 March 2006, 06:14:47 GMT