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How to Find a Scottish Husband

by Julia Kitlinski-Hong

Some women are drawn to Scottish men, mainly due to their thick Scottish accents. Although you should not set your mind on one type of man, if you are keen on spending the rest of your life with a Scot, then there are some places where you may have a better chance of finding one. Remember that although you may like the cultural characteristics of a Scottish man, make sure you really get to know him and see if you are truly compatible.

Hang out at your local sports bar. Scottish man can be very passionate about their sports, especially if there is a football (soccer) match going on. Do some research beforehand and find out which teams will be playing and brush up on the rules of the game and learn some information about the teams if you are not familiar with them.

Ask around and see if there are any Scottish societies like the American Scottish Society, which is a group that meets in Ohio to celebrate Scottish culture. There will be plenty of eligible Scottish bachelors at events and meeting hosted by these societies. You do not have to be Scottish to join one of these groups, you just need to have a sincere appreciation for the culture.

Browse online forums for Scottish expatriates living in the U.S. Find Scottish men who live nearby, and get to know them a bit online before meeting them. Make sure to be careful when you first meet him and let a friend know where you are going.

Tip

  • Make sure to date for a while before you even consider discussing the idea of marriage with a man. Marriage should not be the first thing that you have on your mind when you begin dating a man, it should be a result of falling in love -- something that happens naturally.

Warning

  • Never marry someone just because they fit a fantasy ideal. Make sure that you have some real chemistry between the two of you.

About the Author

Julia Kitlinski-Hong graduated from Emmanuel College in Boston, majoring in English. She is a freelance writer and blogger, and is currently writing as a social media editor for iTourNow, a travel media website. If she could be anywhere, she would be traveling abroad, processing everything through writing.

Photo Credits

  • A Scottish Piper image by Ray Carpenter from Fotolia.com