That old line about Celtic fans holding an obsession with Rangers is nothing new to anyone in Scotland.
Many of the Celtic Park faithful have always been adjudged – with good reason being fair – to obsess over the finer details of the goings-on at Ibrox.
The situation around 2012 just made it even worse and now there’s a cringe-worthy economy based around Sevco stories which still continues to this very day.
Something pops up about Rangers on Twitter, there’s a barrage of Celtic-orientated pseudonyms jumping on it and giving their opinion.
Phone-in shows and comment sections are awash with Celtic fans demanding to know how Rangers can afford to sign players.
They know more about the club’s retail deal with Castore than Castore, Rangers or even Mike Ashley do.
It’s a sight to behold.
Now, comedian Stuart Hay has poked fun at those stereotypes with a sketch styled like a perfume advertisement about our biggest rivals’ perceived obsession with The Rangers.
Posting on the BBC Social platform, the clip has been well received and taken in the best spirits by all sides of the Old Firm divide.
— BBC The Social (@bbcthesocial) August 1, 2020
Here’s how some Rangers fans have been reacting to the video:
I hate this account with a passion but this is the best thing they've ever done. Absolute sensational 😂😂
— Chris C Stevenson (@Christophski85) August 2, 2020
— RyanClarkKent 1872 💎 (@1872Rck) August 2, 2020
@Kyle31Conroy sounds about right
— alan brown 🚩 (@ilovechippans) August 2, 2020
This is the most accurate tweet I’ve ever seen. 👌 good content: will watch again. 👏
— Whitey (@garethawhite) August 2, 2020
Oh so true 🤣🤣🤣 but now you’ll come under pressure to redress the balance.
— Paul (@ciaohunni) August 2, 2020
Brilliant and very true 🤣.
— Milger72 (@milger72) August 2, 2020
😂😂😂 Brilliant and so true
— john leck (@jjl95587491) August 2, 2020
Oscar worthy stuff.
— JT (@bulloobear) August 2, 2020
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Brilliant, and so true. 👏👏
— Echo Delta (@EdDawson66) August 2, 2020
Outstanding 😂 😂 😂
— Lawrker (@IamtheLaw_rie) August 1, 2020
Stuart Hay works closely with a range of fellow comedy writers to produce football-based content which makes fun of traditional stereotypes and the culture of football in Scotland.
Check out his wide range of clips on the BBC website HERE.