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Comic #4252

1 Jamie: So, time to head home?
2 Adam: We haven’t taken advantage of traditional Scottish hospitality yet!
3 Jamie: Au contraire, I think we have.
4 Adam: How so?
4 Jamie: They haven’t thrown us in prison yet.

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Many cultures are known for their traditions of hospitality to strangers. Personally, I've never heard of Scotland being particularly notable for being one of them. Although Googling up some lists of "most hospitable cultures" on the net, I am finding a few lists that put Scotland into the top ten.

But honestly it seems that nearly every culture around the world claims to be friendly and welcoming to travellers and strangers. (With the possible exception of the Sentinelese in India's Andaman Islands.) Ask pretty much anyone if their culture is welcoming and hospitable and they'll claim that they are.

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