Stereotype of Scottish people  

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national stereotypes, stereotypes of white people

The Scots have been stereotyped usually as large, angry, very cheap, uneducated men. Usually with ginger hair, bagpipes and a tartan kilt. Some examples include Groundskeeper Willie from the Simpsons and The Scotsman from Samurai Jack.




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