Once voted as the world's friendliest city, Glasgow undoubtedly holds a special place in many of its visitors' hearts. Yes, most Glaswegians come across as really polite people to me, and they really take pride in their renowned hospitality: they will never get tired of whatsoever queries you'll ever have in regard to their city. So don't be too surprise to receive elaborate long-winded answers and explanations from the local community.
1) Well, frankly, the streets are quite dirty. I have been walking down and up on the same streets like Buchanon Street and Sauchiehall Street for at least 10 times over the span of the past few days; and to my surprise, paper trash could be seen all over the place. I saw a restaurant worker just dumping out kitchen waste onto a bustling street. I bumped into a Malaysian living in Bristol who came to the city on vacation, and he shared the same opinion as me. He's been to some of the major cities in the UK but none of those cities was as dirty as Glasgow.