You in the kilt! yes you,

#3
Burns Night already?

Bugger, that means I`ve missed Rorkes Drift night again






Oh, and Happy Burns Night
 
#5
Thank you! I've had me haggis, tatties and neeps already, bloody lovely too.
Presumably you'll be poking the one bit of coal in the grate for a bit extra warmth whilst savouring the last fumes of the bottle o' the 'creature' bought in 1957. Pull the rug over your legs old fellah, for your blue kneecaps are scaring the Westie.

Sláinte Mhath! and may ye hae meat and nae waste it.
 
#6
It's also Up Hella Ya as well, so feel free to indulge your Inner Viking. But please remember the proper order of events; it's Rape, Pillage THEN Burn!

Slante!
 

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#7
Slante.

Haggis, neeps and tats consumed at Glen BA in darkest Brumistan where we stay amongst the heathens.




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#8
Also for the romantic/amorous/randy Welsh it's Dydd Gwyl Santes Dwynwen, that St Dwynwen's (the Welsh & proper Valentines day) say it with Haggis!
 
#10
It's also Up Hella Ya as well, so feel free to indulge your Inner Viking. But please remember the proper order of events; it's Rape, Pillage THEN Burn!

Slante!
Not if you take some pale ginger creature on a sun-soaked package holiday - it's burn, rape then pillage!

I imagine their rubbing their hands with glee at Loanhead the day alright!
 
#12
To paraphrase someone or other - does changing the name of something make it taste better?

Haggis, neeps and tatties or Offal, Turnips and Potatoes would it taste the same?

or is that what the small measure of whisky is for - to take away the taste :)
 
#13
To paraphrase someone or other - does changing the name of something make it taste better?

Haggis, neeps and tatties or Offal, Turnips and Potatoes would it taste the same?

or is that what the small measure of whisky is for - to take away the taste :)

Away with you wretch

Haggis is 1 fine dish and yup I is English
 
#15
Yes, the haggis must be wrapped in a butter-flied Mars Bar and then deep-fried...it's tradition honest.

I'll be up for a pudding supper and a DFMB from that place next to Mather's in a few weeks time. Roll on the 6N!

Oh and a Michelin starred meal at tom Kitchin's too, just to bamboozle any Englishmen's stereotypes.
 
#17
Yes, the haggis must be wrapped in a butter-flied Mars Bar and then deep-fried...it's tradition honest.

I'll be up for a pudding supper and a DFMB from that place next to Mather's in a few weeks time. Roll on the 6N!

Oh and a Michelin starred meal at tom Kitchin's too, just to bamboozle any Englishmen's stereotypes.
Trouble is Cuddles

I dont have a michelin starred wallet :hungry:
 
#18
Looking forward to the next celebration of a Son of Scotland and the chance of a gathering of like appreciative souls.

No quite the popularity o' a Burns Supper
Aw the same he is a poetic brother

A day o' his should be mair regular
'Cos he penned the Tay Bridge Disaster

Sit doon an' eat fae toast tae starter
And celebrate the boy ae Greyfriar

Lads and Lassies: William Topaz McGonagall Linky to an article
 
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