Google Doodle gets its kilt on for St Andrew's Day

We haven't seen such fine tartan trooses since The Bay City Rollers donned their unbelievable flares back in the 70s, but the latest Google Doodle sports braw breeks the noo.

Today's Scottish influence is in honour of St Andrew's Day, a celebration for the patron saint of Scotland. Did you know, though, that Saint Andrew is also the patron saint of Greece, Romania, Russia and the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. That's Wikipedia for you...

We could also go on about what Google keeps under its kilt, but, to be honest, we already know. It's multicoloured, has several pointy bits and is regularly displayed in households up and down the country.

We'd get arrested for that.

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