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An amazingly funny joke from our collection of the 100 funniest Scottish Jokes (probably in the whole world).

Scottish Joke Title : Cannie Scots Jokes - 1

The Joke :

Kihara made a strong start in the Loch Ness Marathon and even by the mile mark had a decisive lead. However, as he rounded the next corner he was shocked to see a kilted figure a few hundred yards ahead of him. Annoyed that he wasn't in the lead he upped his pace. By the six mile mark he had reduced the gap enough to see that the leader was carrying a sheep under each arm. Kihara dug in deep but gradually the kilted runner increased his lead again. As he approached the hill at eighteen miles Kihara once again grew close to the leader. Pushing with all his might Kihara drew level at the top of the hill. Through puffs and pants he gasped to the Scotsman, 'Why are you making things so difficult for yourself - you could be leading by miles if you weren't carrying those sheep.'
'Och Ah'm no' in the race laddie,' replied the Scotsman, 'Ah jist grudge the bus fare tae take ma sheep tae the market.'
[From Why Did the Haggis Cross the Road by Stuart McLean]



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