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Scottish Independence Debate



Welcome to Scotland. A country that on the 18th of September will vote on whether it wants to be an independent country or not.

A divisive topic to be sure, and one that has encouraged considerable debate, some helpful, some less so. So, I asked a few friends what they thought on the matter, and below you can see the conversation:

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  • what she says: you can touch my hair if you want
  • what she means: please for the love of god play with my hair feel how soft it is i will roll over into your lap like a kitten




lifes too short to pretend to hate pop music

Or I can just hate pop music because the majority of it stands for nothing but living your life in a moment with no worries or problems and denying reality. Plus there’s not enough guitars for me.



JK Rowling can get to fuck if she thinks Scottish Independence is about pure blood or whatever the fuck she means by comparing nationalists to death eaters. Would she be backing the No Campaign if she was still broke as shit?

And another things someone pointed out, that money could have gone to a worthier cause. Food Banks, Child Welfare - anything. I’d still feel the same if she donated to the Yes campaign, which I support.  



Reblog if you believe Scotland should be an independent country!

  • baby: d- dd- d-
  • father: daddy?
  • baby: Despite what No supporters might claim, a vote for independence is not a vote for the SNP. A vote for independence is a vote for a fairer, more democratic Scotland. I do not want to live in a Scotland ruled by Westminster. I want to live in a Scotland with a Parliament elected entirely by the people of Scotland, so decisions will be made by people who are concerned the most about the interests of Scotland. Independence means an end to policies and programmes not wanted by the Scottish people such as the bedroom tax and Trident. Please vote YES.