From food to festivals, pets to property law, you'll never want to question the Scottish way of doing things every Scottish man ever. They'll be very proud of all the bands from Scotland. Which brings me to my first point: This takes some getting used to.
Or rather, they don't ‘date’ in the way that you and I (fellow Torontonians and people of the world at large) may be familiar with.
Over here, it seems that young men and women meet through friends, work or in a bar/club and after meeting and consuming alcohol, the newly acquainted individuals go back to someone’s flat and shag.
Burns Night has arrived – and as well as celebrating the life of a legendary Scottish poet, it also conjures up images of kilts, bagpipes and rugged highlanders. We’ve all fallen for Gerard Butler and Ewan Mc Gregor on the big screen, and of course the more mature ladies will remember the irresistible husky tones of Scottish hunk Sean Connery declaring: “The name’s Bond. So what exactly is this ‘Scots-appeal’ that sets Celtic men apart from other men?
Why do we find them so alluring and are they really the most manly men on the planet?
Back in Toronto, it wasn't considered strange/ too forward for a guy to approach you and either: (a) just start talking to you SOBER and/or (b) offer to buy you a drink.