Sassenach


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Sassenach

Scot and occasionally Irish an English person or a Lowland Scot
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These "Outlander" presents are sure to please every Sassenach during the holidays.
ABERDEEN Grammar coach Kevin Wyness has hit back at the Sassenach snipers by claiming it's ludicrous to suggest Scotland should be ditched from the Six Nations.
Tale of a dog I FEEL I cannot let your correspondence on dogs pass without a few words from a Scot (to give me my full title, Scottish terrier; William to my Sassenach owner).
Mr Sassenach stated that Murray was a bad loser and did not congratulate Djokovic.
The pub now celebrates this most famous victory over a Sassenach prince by printing on its beer mats: By Royal Dis-Appointment.
Robbie took his Skean Dhu knife from his stocking and threatened to kill the Sassenach Hastings, but realised he couldn't hurt a fly.
And the Hawthorns hero showed his appreciation of the amazing Sassenach support by giving a guided tour of Rugby Park stadium, before kick-off.
The Caley Thistle general insists Sassenach and non-Scots recruits will play with the same passion as the natives in Highland derbies and big SPL matches.
Surly Scots, resentful of Sassenach dominance, blame their kinsmen's cultural cringe for centuries of English dominance.
Just as I was imagining it to be something along the lines of "why does a poncey Sassenach like you think he can sit there and lecture us about golf?
And not one local disagreed with the sassenach who dared tell them 'No wonder Scotland never qualify for anything'.
She added: "I might have to work at my accent, but I have plenty of family in Scotland to help out a Sassenach like me.