A COMEDIAN’S hilarious take on a Scottish girls’ night out has proved a big online hit – with Scottish girls.
Martin Miller, wearing a blue dress and lipstick, charts the entire evening from excited pre-party drinks through the carnage of the evening to the rueful morning after, insisting: “I was spiked!”
Martin, adopting the persona of Charlene, posted the video with the caption: “ When girls claim they have been spiked on a night out.”
The clip has been watched over 30,000 times and rather than sparking the expected controversy has gone down well with women viewers.
Martin, from Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, is seen drinking vokda straight from the bottle and dancing to techno music, saying: “F****** tune darlings, get it dealt wi’.”
Charlene is then seen sitting at a bar saying “He doesn’t even like us” before cutting to another clip of her pretending to have a deep conversation with a pal.
Suddenly, the mood changes as she appears to confront friends about them gossiping behind his back.
Following this she is then seen lying on the ground saying: “Yous need to get out of the taxi – I am going to whitey.”
Finally, Charlene is seen lying in bed the next morning, much the worse for wear, phoning a pal to apologise.
She insists: “I was spiked. I tell you that for free. Am never going out again.”
The video was posted on the Belters Comedy page, which Miller runs with Kevin White, has proved popular with women.
Maxine Davis posted: “Get it dealt wae! Haha.”
Susannah Nixon commented: “This is like a home video of my younger years.”
Ainsleigh Valentini said: “I just looked into the future.”
Jennifer McGookin said: “Too funny.”
Senal Ball commented: “The end hahaha.”
Many women tagged their friends to comment on how funny the video is as well as a couple of men who also found it hilarious.
Mark Bowman joked: “Didn’t think Scottish lassies were this attractive.”
Kieran Conner also joked saying: “Me every time a have a drink.”
Comedian Miller, who now lives in Pensacola, Florida, hit the headlines previously when he asked unsuspecting Americans on video to recite Scottish slang words,
The video shows Americans being asked what words such as “jobby” and “m***e” with confused San Francisco residents trying to guess the meaning.
The clip received more than 16,000 times in less than 24 hours.