No longer talking about the future: six signs Scotland is thinking of leaving you
ALWAYS in a bad mood, never laughs at your jokes, and left a draft bill for an independence referendum in the printer? Signs Scotland might be thinking of leaving:
She picks fights
Over tiny little things like ‘who’s better at protecting their citizens from a pandemic’ or ‘not wanting to house asylum seekers on Mull’. One lengthy politically-motivated witch hunt and she causes a huge public scene. It’s almost like she doesn’t want to be around you.
She’s stopped making an effort
She knows you’d like it if she put up a Union Jack now and again, but it’s just saltires all day, every day. It’s always Burns Night and never St George’s Day.
She doesn’t want to be intimate
When was the last time you shared a moment? Don’t say the 2012 Olympics because we all know that was about you. There’s always an excuse, but we know what she means when she says ‘stay in your local area’.
She spends all her time online
Why is she always on Twitter or whatever? Who are these ‘OneTruScots’ and ‘YesTheBruce’ that she’s always talking to on there? Never mind that you spend all your time posting ‘Delusional Braveheart-on-repeat Jocks have never heard of the Barnett Formula’ on Telegraph comments.
She wants to see other people
You tried cutting her off from those European friends who always hated you, but now she’s talking about wanting to see them again. Move back in with them. Share fish with them. And she threw back your offer to give her a couple of minor Royals as ‘insulting’.
She packed her bags before
Last time you barely won her back. She was already halfway out the door and you gave her promises you knew you wouldn’t keep. It’s only a matter of time, pal. Let her go.