A once-off survey carried out by the Scottish Whiskey Society suggests only 7% of Scots remember what they voted on Thursday, with 67% having absolutely no recollection of the referendum whatsoever.
“That leaves us with 24% of the voters who actually knew what they were doing,” said Balgaire MacRackstackerton, chairperson of the Whiskey Society.
“The only way we are going to get this right is by closing all liquor outlets for the few hours leading into the referendum,” he said.
MackRackstackerton said he would put forward an official request that the referendum be repeated, or that it be decided by a coin toss.
The results announced on Friday confirmed the 307-year union with England would continue, with 55% against independence and 45% in favour.
Head of the No Campaign, Alistair Darling said it was a great day for the United Kingdom, and that his children always loved opening their Christmas presents.
“Ah spent the day at me local, while the lass took the kids to the park, like. Nae, ah fookin’ luhv livin’ in Scotland, like, and relieved we qualified fir Olympics like,” Darling said.
He refused to comment on the referendum in particular, until he had time to research what it was all about.
England Prime Minister, David Cameron, meanwhile said he was relieved his country managed to hold onto Andy Murray.
“Glorified ball boy, Tim Henman did nothing but embarrass the country for far too long, so this no vote was crucial for our Wimbledon hopes,” Cameron said.
Murray is still, however, dependent on his mom.
The result also means England’s school learners will continue in their oblivion as to where or what Scotland is.