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gregorach

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On the bar at the top, there's a drop-down menu labelled "Community". On that menu is an option for "Social Groups". Hit that, then either "List All Groups" or just select "The Scottish Corner" from "New Groups". Once you're looking at the group page, there's a link at the bottom to "Join Group".
 

Tony

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and then you have to go to a meet and get vetted by being thrown off the Crannog while holding a big starving pike by the tail in each hand and staying in the water until they've decided your worthiness.

Then you stand on the bank (in your boxers, maybe) and get some of this for 24 hours....:mosquitos:
 

Ahjno

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and then you have to go to a meet and get vetted by being thrown off the Crannog while holding a big starving pike by the tail in each hand and staying in the water until they've decided your worthiness.

Then you stand on the bank (in your boxers, maybe) and get some of this for 24 hours....:mosquitos:
That's only if you're lucky ... I've heard some stories ... :eek:
 

Nagual

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and then you have to go to a meet and get vetted by being thrown off the Crannog while holding a big starving pike by the tail in each hand and staying in the water until they've decided your worthiness.

Then you stand on the bank (in your boxers, maybe) and get some of this for 24 hours....:mosquitos:

How do pike decide on your worthiness? Or perhaps just as importantly, how do they let you know? :eek:
 

bushwacker bob

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Wear a tam o'shanter with hilarious ginger hair sticking out of it, a kilt and a sporran and 'accidentally' leave your wallet at home and you should qualify.
 

gregorach

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it was the fish i thought of on the spot that has nice big teeth and you wouldn't want to be holding onto them by the tail while in the water :christmas1:
Well, there is a history of monster pike being caught at the Scottish meets...