Obviously fake Andrew. There is a real stuffed (not mounted though!) Haggis in the Drovers Inn just north of Loch Lomond;
It's a great pub and full of quirkism if there is such a word!
I went to our local Chinese restaurant last night and saw that the waiters were wearing kilts! They started speaking in a Scottish accent and went round squeezing customer's wrists.
Puzzled, I queried the reason and they explained that it was ‘Chinese Burns Night’
I started celebrating early morning, doing a 4G demonstration to class, a big piece of molten slag through overalls, now got a couple of sore Burns to arm.
It's still nipping.
The value of a man should be seen in what he gives and not in what he is able to receive.
Burns night the morra for us ! Dinner for 20, 6 fresh caught haggi last week.....sorted!
Haggis with tatties and neeps with whiskey cream sauce as the starter last night for dinner with guests. Alexa kindly recited an address to the haggis is a great Scottish accent. Oh my dress tartan Leslie (maiden name) kilt made an appearance too. It’s only 30 years old!
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