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Scottish; Translation:" Hold your tongue! (Quit bellyaching!!) And get on with it! :-) Both of our grandparents and my Dad used to say this.

"Haud Yer Weesht An' Get Oan Wae It". Humorous Scottish version of Keep Calm & Carry On.

Tweed, herringbone and plaid are patterns that we typically associate with menswear, yet their history goes beyond suit coats and ties. Get a brief history lesson of these three designs, and see mo…

A Brief History of Tweed, Herringbone & Plaid

A brief history of tweed, herringbone & tartan plaids (Image: Highland Regiment Soldiers wearing Kilts & Plaids c.

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Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan performs his routine in the exhibition on the day four of the ISU World Team Trophy at Yoyogi National Gymnasium on April 2015 in Tokyo, Japan.

Robert Burns Scotland's National (#Poet) #Whisky Night - this Saturday, where you are, all welcome, Slainte...

Robert Burns Scotland's National ( Night - this Saturday, where you are, all welcome, Slainte.

Peter Hollens Performs Acappella Rendition of the Scottish Folk Song ‘Loch Lomond’

Peter Hollens Performs Acappella Rendition of the Scottish Folk Song ‘Loch Lomond’

Scotland Travel Cheat Sheet; Sign up at www.wandershare.com for high-res image.

Scotland Travel Cheat Sheet; Sign up at www.wandershare.com for high-res image.

Bollocks to the info presented here....the kilt has been worn for millennia not since the 16th century....Hmmm thats interesting ....and to add to that tartan cloth has been found in ancient egyptian tombs....add to that that an ancient egyptian princess  - Picmia

The History of the Kilt. Another fun Infographic from the Highland Store, this one explaining the history of the kilt. Never call it a skirt!

Elizabeth Boone, born February 1(», 1732; married   William Grant, born 1720 and died 1804, in Fayette County,   Kentucky. He was among the Virginians who emigrated   to Kentucky in 1779 and built a fort at Bryan's Station   with his brother-in-law, Daniel Bo(»nf. He is mentioned   in histories of Kentucky! It is said Ihat Elizabeth after his   death, married Bouton Fletcher and another r«»eord says she   married John Turner.

Elizabeth Boone, born February 1(», 1732; married William Grant, born 1720 and died 1804, in Fayette County, Kentucky. He was among the Virginians who emigrated to Kentucky in 1779 and built a fort at Bryan's Station with his brother-in-law, Daniel Bo(»nf. He is mentioned in histories of Kentucky! It is said Ihat Elizabeth after his death, married Bouton Fletcher and another r«»eord says she married John Turner.