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2018-07-12 05:47:37 PM  
God bless Scotland.

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2018-07-12 05:59:50 PM  
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2018-07-12 06:22:43 PM  
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2018-07-12 06:41:12 PM  
the president lies an average of 6.5 times a day.

Which is why I simply ignore anything he says.
 
2018-07-12 07:08:15 PM  
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2018-07-12 08:31:25 PM  
Ach! I rrrrread the comments!
 
2018-07-12 08:34:44 PM  
That's not defiance. That's disdain. And dismissal.
 
2018-07-12 09:55:25 PM  
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2018-07-12 10:22:35 PM  
If you go by the comments under the article, right wing Scots are every bit as deranged as USA's.  Possibly worse.
 
2018-07-12 10:24:34 PM  
Also,

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2018-07-12 10:41:45 PM  
Yes, true Scotsmen.
 
2018-07-12 10:42:45 PM  
Hey Scots, you want to get under Trump's skin?  Find a way to close his golf course.
 
2018-07-12 10:43:23 PM  
I love Sue Perkins
 
2018-07-12 10:44:07 PM  
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2018-07-12 10:45:00 PM  
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2018-07-12 10:45:38 PM  
You keep on being magnificent you crazy bawbags. You're the original haters!

The Original Trump Haters | Full Frontal with Samantha Bee | TBS
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2018-07-12 10:48:12 PM  
Don't forget that he's also a shameless grifter and dumb as dirt!
 
2018-07-12 10:49:48 PM  
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2018-07-12 10:54:19 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: God bless Scotland.

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I'm just a bit sad "farktrumpet" didn't catch on as well as "shiatgibbon".
 
2018-07-12 10:55:16 PM  
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2018-07-12 10:56:19 PM  
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My fav so far (from England).

Also, can someone tell me what exactly a bawbag is?
 
2018-07-12 10:57:08 PM  
I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!
 
2018-07-12 10:58:29 PM  

ViolentEastCoastCity: Also, can someone tell me what exactly a bawbag is?


Ballbag. Scrotum.
 
2018-07-12 10:58:50 PM  

ViolentEastCoastCity: [img.fark.net image 425x340]

My fav so far (from England).

Also, can someone tell me what exactly a bawbag is?


It's the skin around your testicles, sans marbles.
 
2018-07-12 11:00:25 PM  

ViolentEastCoastCity: [img.fark.net image 425x340]

My fav so far (from England).

Also, can someone tell me what exactly a bawbag is?


That one is fantastic.  Well they all are, but that one is just great.

Also, scrotum=bawbag.
 
2018-07-12 11:04:30 PM  
I had to look up the "spoon" insult.

lol
 
2018-07-12 11:07:17 PM  
I had to look up "Bawbag." Now I have to work it into casual conversation. As well as F*CKTRUMPET and Weaselheaded F*cknugget. And I'm partial to Numpty after looking that up. Thanks Scotland, you have embiggened my vocabulary with cromulent words.
 
2018-07-12 11:07:42 PM  

etoof: ViolentEastCoastCity: [img.fark.net image 425x340]

My fav so far (from England).

Also, can someone tell me what exactly a bawbag is?

It's the skin around your testicles, sans marbles.


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2018-07-12 11:08:16 PM  

Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!


You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).
 
2018-07-12 11:12:15 PM  

inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).


Far better than saatana or vittu or perkele.
 
2018-07-12 11:15:59 PM  

inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).


swearing in Finn is generally considered to be worse than swearing in other languages for some reason.
 
2018-07-12 11:16:17 PM  

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Huh. Never would have guessed that Scotland is a part of Japan.
 
2018-07-12 11:17:29 PM  
The problem with Scotland - Braveheart
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2018-07-12 11:17:32 PM  

buster_v: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

swearing in Finn is generally considered to be worse than swearing in other languages for some reason.


Well, this is a Finnish breakfast, so I don't wonder why.

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2018-07-12 11:24:50 PM  
Also, they buy beer by the 1,000 pack and farked the USSR up royally with only 250,000 soldiers. I would not fark with a Finn in any situation.

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I would not fark with a Finn at all after seeing that.
 
2018-07-12 11:25:54 PM  

Bugerz: buster_v: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

swearing in Finn is generally considered to be worse than swearing in other languages for some reason.

Well, this is a Finnish breakfast, so I don't wonder why.

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My wife's uncle Häkki managed to swear for a good ten minutes about Drump. He admits he's off his game, says age is finally catching up to him, (he's in his 90's) as he downs his sixth shot of Koskenkorva salmiakki, which is his wife's preferred drink when it's time for sauna.
 
2018-07-12 11:26:03 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: God bless Scotland.

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They are handy with the insults, aren't they?
 
2018-07-12 11:28:56 PM  

inglixthemad: Bugerz: buster_v: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

swearing in Finn is generally considered to be worse than swearing in other languages for some reason.

Well, this is a Finnish breakfast, so I don't wonder why.

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My wife's uncle Häkki managed to swear for a good ten minutes about Drump. He admits he's off his game, says age is finally catching up to him, (he's in his 90's) as he downs his sixth shot of Koskenkorva salmiakki, which is his wife's preferred drink when it's time for sauna.


I'm just gonna say, that's a great drink and I love sauna time.

I will admit, I barely understand any Finnish as it's a very tonal language, but I probably fall into a lot of the stereotypes about Finns.
 
2018-07-12 11:30:47 PM  

inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).


I liked a particular Swedish music group, so now my streaming music app wants to play all Finnish and Swedish pop groups. Most of them I don't like, but I did hear one Finnish song that was good.

Linnuksi kutsuit
kun aina lauloin
Pian näät miksi
otin sen nimekseni

Vaikea lähteä mut
vaikeempaa luopuu
Silti mun täytyy
lentää etelään
Mua kutsuu maailma

Mut kuunnellaan vielä yksi rakkauslaulu
ja vertaillaan sitä meihin
Kuunnellaan vielä yksi rakkauslaulu
ja vertaillaan sitä meihin

Pussaillaan paljon
viimeiset päivät
Kun pakattu reppu
vaanii eteisessä
 
2018-07-12 11:30:57 PM  
Is using "giving out" when ranting just an Irish thing or more of a general Anglo thing, because apparently listening to Irishmen rant about pro wrestling had affected a bit of my verbiage.
 
2018-07-12 11:31:33 PM  

Bugerz: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

Far better than saatana or vittu or perkele.


Sometimes it's really hard to follow Finns talking, and I've been learning it (very on/off) for over 30 years. Why? Sometimes it's farking hard to figure out where one word stops and another begins. They talk so fast, with tiny (sometimes infinitesimal) breaks denoting the end of one word / the beginning of another, that for newbies it's near unintelligible.
 
2018-07-12 11:32:23 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: God bless Scotland.

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Ah yes, the tweets that inspired my Trump Insult Generator.
 
2018-07-12 11:34:47 PM  
As a canadian I can assure that cruise misslles launched from greenham common will reach the targets of the enemy
 
2018-07-12 11:38:26 PM  

Bugerz: inglixthemad: Bugerz: buster_v: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

swearing in Finn is generally considered to be worse than swearing in other languages for some reason.

Well, this is a Finnish breakfast, so I don't wonder why.

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My wife's uncle Häkki managed to swear for a good ten minutes about Drump. He admits he's off his game, says age is finally catching up to him, (he's in his 90's) as he downs his sixth shot of Koskenkorva salmiakki, which is his wife's preferred drink when it's time for sauna.

I'm just gonna say, that's a great drink and I love sauna time.

I will admit, I barely understand any Finnish as it's a very tonal language, but I probably fall into a lot of the stereotypes about Finns.


The language itself is, theoretically, very simple. Everything has a sound and is pronounced, it's not like English. The problem is the combinations get insane, they have some odd sounds, and can talk like a chipmunk with a permanent sugar rush.

Finns also have the disconcerting habit of treating wild bears like pets. My wife's great-grandmother used to feed a bear out the back of her cottage everyday at breakfast. The bear would come back at night, knowing it wasn't getting food, so it could get it's head scratched by an 80yo lady before wandering off into the woods.
 
2018-07-12 11:39:32 PM  

inglixthemad: Bugerz: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

Far better than saatana or vittu or perkele.

Sometimes it's really hard to follow Finns talking, and I've been learning it (very on/off) for over 30 years. Why? Sometimes it's farking hard to figure out where one word stops and another begins. They talk so fast, with tiny (sometimes infinitesimal) breaks denoting the end of one word / the beginning of another, that for newbies it's near unintelligible.


I can agree with that. Give me a word then a break then another word and I can sometimes pick up on it, but often not. I'm just a dumb American though. I know me American English, can somewhat hold up a conversation in Mexican Spanish, can barely pull off Swedish if it's really slow and really can't do Finnish well.
 
2018-07-12 11:41:10 PM  
DRTFA because A. paywall and B. American, but I get the gist. Trump can go sit on his thumbs and fark himself. Farkers lucky enough to not have him as a president who think he's "ok" should immediately immigrate to Idaho, relinquish their former citizenship, and get back to me in a year and relay how much they love living in Trumps America
 
2018-07-12 11:41:23 PM  

inglixthemad: Bugerz: inglixthemad: Bugerz: buster_v: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

swearing in Finn is generally considered to be worse than swearing in other languages for some reason.

Well, this is a Finnish breakfast, so I don't wonder why.

[img.fark.net image 640x640]

My wife's uncle Häkki managed to swear for a good ten minutes about Drump. He admits he's off his game, says age is finally catching up to him, (he's in his 90's) as he downs his sixth shot of Koskenkorva salmiakki, which is his wife's preferred drink when it's time for sauna.

I'm just gonna say, that's a great drink and I love sauna time.

I will admit, I barely understand any Finnish as it's a very tonal language, but I probably fall into a lot of the stereotypes about Finns.

The language itself is, theoretically, very simple. Everything has a sound and is pronounced, it's not like English. The problem is the combinations get insane, they have some odd sounds, and can talk like a chipmunk with a permanent sugar rush.

Finns also have the disconcerting habit of treating wild bears like pets. My wife's great-grandmother used to feed a bear out the back of her cottage everyday at breakfast. The bear would come back at night, knowing it wasn't getting food, so it could get it's head scratched by an 80yo lady before wandering off into the woods.


Your wife's great grandmother just reinforces my "don't fark with Finns" thought.
 
2018-07-12 11:43:15 PM  

Bugerz: Also, they buy beer by the 1,000 pack and farked the USSR up royally with only 250,000 soldiers. I would not fark with a Finn in any situation.

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I would not fark with a Finn at all after seeing that.


You haven't felt demoralized until a 70 year old Finn twice your age blasts by you on the cross country ski trail while he's smoking.
 
2018-07-12 11:44:57 PM  

inglixthemad: Bugerz: inglixthemad: Bugerz: buster_v: inglixthemad: Heraclitus: I love the way the Scots swear. Its a farkin' art form.

We 'muricans lack imagination.:  Fark you, you farkin fark!

You should hear how the majority of Finns refer to Trump when they aren't worried about being overly polite. The insults don't translate well, like most Finnish insults, but suffice to say:

Floppy Shovel Head
Loud Cow -filtered-
Incapable of truth plant something (It's one of those Finnish run-on words like 93, or cigarette lighter)

I can understand most of what they're trying to say, but do still get lost until my wife explains what they're trying to get at with the word(s).

swearing in Finn is generally considered to be worse than swearing in other languages for some reason.

Well, this is a Finnish breakfast, so I don't wonder why.

[img.fark.net image 640x640]

My wife's uncle Häkki managed to swear for a good ten minutes about Drump. He admits he's off his game, says age is finally catching up to him, (he's in his 90's) as he downs his sixth shot of Koskenkorva salmiakki, which is his wife's preferred drink when it's time for sauna.

I'm just gonna say, that's a great drink and I love sauna time.

I will admit, I barely understand any Finnish as it's a very tonal language, but I probably fall into a lot of the stereotypes about Finns.

The language itself is, theoretically, very simple. Everything has a sound and is pronounced, it's not like English. The problem is the combinations get insane, they have some odd sounds, and can talk like a chipmunk with a permanent sugar rush.

Finns also have the disconcerting habit of treating wild bears like pets. My wife's great-grandmother used to feed a bear out the back of her cottage everyday at breakfast. The bear would come back at night, knowing it wasn't getting food, so it could get it's head scratched by an 80yo lady before wandering off into the woods.


My grand mother probably feed bears, in NYC this is before it was acceptble to be gay, but she was the candy man ... down by the river...
 
2018-07-12 11:47:50 PM  

ChiliBoots: Bugerz: Also, they buy beer by the 1,000 pack and farked the USSR up royally with only 250,000 soldiers. I would not fark with a Finn in any situation.

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I would not fark with a Finn at all after seeing that.

You haven't felt demoralized until a 70 year old Finn twice your age blasts by you on the cross country ski trail while he's smoking.


Finns, all the casual don't give a fark of the Russians and twice the contempt for whatever
 
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