An orange soft drink made in Scotland. Generally only worshipped by Scottish men and boys - the latter often like to mix it with spirits such as vodka. To the rest of the Earth's population, this drink is unconsumable for its vileness.
"Wanna sip of my irn bru + vodka mix?"
"No thanks, I cannae drink that shite."
Nectar of the gods, made in Scotland.
Gies us an Irn Bru ya wee ned.
Exactly how an orange scottish drink should be. Just perfect
Aww wit? Who's nicked my bru? Square on ya wee bam!
Popular Scottish soft drink. Bright orange in colour. Tastes of bubblegum, with a hint of iron. Made in Scotland, from Girders.
Haw you! Gie's a can of Irn Bru, eh?
Softdrink made in Scotland from girders.
"Ey yoo, geez that can eh ginger ya wee raj."
Soft drink made in Scotland, probably the most fizziest drinks ever invented, supernatural when it comes to making burps, and makes a good throwing projectile after it's been shaken ;)
Ey! ye feckin cont! gies bak mae Irn-Bru ye shaggy tit! I'll fuckin bottle ye!
Irn-Bru. Caffine high, sugar laden fruit flavoured soda very popular in Scotland.
Predominately drank on the West coast and affectionately refered to as "ginger" although this is universally mis-atributed to the bright orange colour (hence irn-bru)
Excellent for a buckfast
Bad for teeth and hyperactivity
(Scene: Glaswegian with travel pass from HMP Saughton at newsagent inside Waverly Railway Station, Edinburgh)
Aw man, ma hied is gieing me pelters. Do you hae any "ginger"?
"Ginger"? Do you mean Irn-Bru?
Well, learn to speak english, you soap dodging weegie ned, and I might sell you some.
The ultimate hangover cure. Tastes best when consumed directly from a 750ml glass bottle.
Another one of Scotland's many national identities.
Scotland is the only country in the world that produces a soft drink that outsells Coca Cola.
The next time you go out on a drinking session, have a bottle / can of Irn Bru at your bedside waiting on you coming home. Before falling asleep consume the Irn Bru and you will wake up without a hangover.