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The haggis smugglers will have to take note of this. My cousin in Pennsylvania has had to have his shipped from Hamilton, Ontario. It's not exactly counterfeit, it tastes better and it won't make you sick, But it's just not the real thing.http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/scotland/article4199870.ecehttp://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-21128089You've got to be Scottish to laugh at that too.
Vancouver. Robbie Burns day. The CBC morning show host calls Vancouver's Scottish butcher, Blacks, to explore the ins and outs of the noble haggis. The CBC host purports to get squeamish whereupon Mr. Black asks if she likes hotdogs. She affirmed as much at which point he asked her if she knew what was in those dogs and noted if she ever did know she'd take haggis any time. Argument resolved.I appreciate a finely seasoned haggis. That said, I cannot - nay, will not - envision the haggis smuggler of your filthy, English imagination. And that, my son, is why Scotland must seek independence. Mock the haggis, indeed.
Leave it to the Scots.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FFRoYhTJQQWe need a laugh.TB
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