Who Wants to be a Glaswegian? (Paperback)
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Who Wants to be a Glaswegian? (Paperback)

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Paperback 160 Pages / Published: 06/11/2001
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Who Wants to be A Glaswegian is a fun quiz book for every Glaswegian whether they live in Maryhill or Manhattan. What you don't know you soon find out...sport, theatre, history, tv, famous buildings...facts galore about everything from cluthas to coffee houses. Who used the catchphrase "sausages is the boys"? Who wrote "Dancing in the Streets"? Which Lord Provost made the city Smiles Better? When did the Burrell Collection open? Which Celtic player is the club's highest scorer? Who was Rangers first Scandinavian import? What was the original name of the Gorbals? A Glaswegian is, almost by definition, cocky, street sharp, the possessor of an admirable sense of humour and ready to sing the praises of the city about which he or she insists they know so much. But how much do you really know? And if you know all the anwers you are a Glaswegian in a million.

Publisher: Black and White Publishing
ISBN: 9781902927350
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

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