AYE BELONG TO GLASGOW
Lionel Vinegar, Orange U-Tang and other Unlikely Tales from Roten Row
About the Book
An Unbashed Look At The Life Of A Bawdy Glasgow Boy From the rough Scottish streets to white sandy beaches of Hawaii, Jimmy Doc delivers a must read tale of globetrotting excess. Whether its the booze filled highjinks or his voracious appetite for women, the stories here are real... and they're unbelievable. Read the story of a truly one of a kind life of a Glasgow boy who, while traveled far and wide, remained true to his roots in Rotten Row.
About the Author
Jimmy Doc was born and raised in Scotland to working class parents. They were mostly good to him, just rather young and inexperienced in the ways of the world. He was raised mostly in housing estates, called schemes, in Scotland. His particular residence was in one called Castlemilk. His education was excellent. He had a few great teachers along the way who actually gave a shit and did the best with boring curriculum. More than anything though, Jimmy Doc’s early years instilled in him an insatiable curiosity about everything the world has to oﬀer. Even the bad stuﬀ, as you can read here.