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My Scottish friend, Tim, confirmed what I have known for some time now: that Scottish people don't date.
Or rather, they don't ‘date’ in the way that you and I (fellow Torontonians and people of the world at large) may be familiar with.
And I don't care how many times someone says that Scottish men are just shy because I'm shy too.
No one actively seeks rejection and heartbreak but, alas, it's a side effect of dating.