The Scottish New Year, or Hogmanay, is such a grand event that local party goers get Jan. 1 and 2 off to recover. Wherever you are when the calendar flips over, follow these good-luck traditions to guarantee a dash of Scottish-style magic all year through…
Being away from home during the holidays doesn’t mean no presents. If you’re still searching for something to mail, these last-minute DIY gifts can be made while you’re traveling – with just a few dollars and the things you probably already have in your luggage.
Mac’s recent run of good deeds, he clarified, was accruing credit. When my Glaswegian friend hit trouble somewhere, he’d make a well-padded withdrawal. To increase your own good luck, why not try a few of the following?
Toxic chemicals have nothing to do with it; the trick to unclogging a toilet is all in the arms of the person wielding the plunger. I only know this because […]
“Is this yours?” The Customs Officer held the croissant between two distasteful fingers, as if pastry was only slightly less contraband than digested balloons of heroin. Gulp. “Are you aware that bringing illicit food products across the border is considered bio-terrorism?”
Smear your cheeks with red, white and blue paint. Crack open a Coopers Ale and line up a backyard cricket pitch. Flaunt your Southern Cross constellation tattoo under a sweltering […]
“My life is better than your two-week holiday.” – Written on a women’s bathroom wall, Queenstown, New Zealand The arrogant chalk statement, scrawled above the pub toilet in New Zealand’s […]