Well, if there was any doubt where top Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges stands on the referendum, we've got a clearer idea now, judging by the response he tweeted to his 644,000 Twitter followers on Thursday.
He posted the above image, adding: "Got this through the door today, my heart is saying "f*** that" and my head is saying "Aye, f*** that" (and no, he didn't use asterisks...)
Last year, Bridges, was quoted saying: "If the referendum was tomorrow, I'd probably vote yes. We've had New Labour, never worked. The coalition's clearly not working. There's one Tory seat in Scotland. The Tory government, they're good for comedy, but Scotland's clearly a different country politically, and culturally as well. It's the third option."
Bridges, 26, who grew up in Clydebank, recently bought a £1m townhouse in Glasgow's West End.
St Andrew's Day was when Alex Salmond had sought a televised debate with David Cameron. To date, his demands have been rejected.
A Downing Street spokesman said: "We have invited a lot of people from across Scottish society and it is up to each person to decide if they want to come or not."