Roses are red, violets are blue, Kingsley’s looking for love, could it be you?
Kingsley, the not-so-cuddly Partick Thistle mascot, is appealing for his very own Queensley this Valentine’s Day.
Kingsley, originally from sunny California, wants his very own ray of sunshine to join him at Firhill Stadium on Friday the 19th of February to watch his best friends, the Jags, play against Aberdeen.
To make sure they have lots to talk about on the day, Kingsley, a lover of the arts, is asking hopefuls to channel their inner writer and send him a short poem to help him pick his Queensley.
Kingsley said: “I’ve made lots of friends since I moved here, especially in the team, who are all great guys. But I've never had much luck in love as I am quite shy with the ladies. So I thought I’d take matters into my own hands and look for my very own Queensley to share my first Valentine’s Day in Scotland.
“I would love to have somebody come along to the Aberdeen game with me and help cheer the guys on. I can be pretty loud and full of energy, so I need somebody to keep up with me. They don't even need to be yellow.
“But I would like someone creative, with a little romance in their soul. I thought a poem could show that and so whoever sends in the best Valentine's poem will join me at the game.”
The lucky winner will spend the afternoon with Kingsley at the game where they will run out of the tunnel, hand-in-hand should all go well, and cheer the players on throughout the match.
To be in with a chance, Queensley hopefuls should submit a poem, 250 words max, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and be willing to have their work published on social media.
The winning entry will be announced via Kingsley’s Facebook and Twitter on the 14th of February at 6pm.