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Postby Radiant Caligula » Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:08 am

MoonHill wrote:Scotland! NOOOOOOoooooooo! Where will I get my haggis now?


Sorry to say, but haggis - is no more. :cry:
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Postby MoonHill » Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:29 am

:cry:
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Postby ynbniar » Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:31 am

Radiant Caligula wrote:
MoonHill wrote:Scotland! NOOOOOOoooooooo! Where will I get my haggis now?


Sorry to say, but haggis - is no more. :cry:



Haha...get it here!

http://thescottishstore.safeshopper.com/107/828.htm?558
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Postby Radiant Caligula » Thu Mar 15, 2007 12:55 am

sorry, I nuked the scottish store too.

Just to make sure there were no more haggis. and I nuked ever stored can of it too, anywhere in the world.
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Postby MoonHill » Thu Mar 15, 2007 7:14 am

Radiant Caligula wrote:sorry, I nuked the scottish store too.

Just to make sure there were no more haggis. and I nuked ever stored can of it too, anywhere in the world.


Well, now, that can't be accurate.

Because my grandfather's basement isn't nuked at the momen--

OMG! Grandpa! NOOOOOOOOooooooooooooo!
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Postby Erasmus J Homeowner » Mon Mar 19, 2007 12:40 am

lol
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Postby KingAl » Mon Mar 19, 2007 12:49 am

Erasmus J Homeowner wrote:lol


The depth of your insight boggles the mind.
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Postby shinygerbil » Mon Mar 19, 2007 1:24 pm

KingAl wrote:
Erasmus J Homeowner wrote:lol


rofl


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Postby DueAccident » Mon Mar 19, 2007 6:07 pm

shinygerbil wrote:
KingAl wrote:
Erasmus J Homeowner wrote:lol


rofl


lmao


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Postby Xarlaxas » Mon Mar 19, 2007 7:25 pm

MoonHill wrote:Scotland! NOOOOOOoooooooo! Where will I get my haggis now?


People actually eat haggis? I've lived in Scotland (emphasis on the past tense of lived now seeing as it is a radioactive heap now :P ) all my life and have been very happy to avoid eating the insides of a sheep or being made to wear a kilt more than once (evil weddings).

Though I am curious as to whether the gibbering you're referring to is the horrifying Scots dialect or Scots Gaelic, as I can speak the latter but thankfully the former has eluded me in favour of a hybrid American/British accent. :D
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Postby ynbniar » Mon Mar 19, 2007 8:45 pm

Kunshu wrote:the horrifying Scots dialect


They're not all bad...the spoken word up in the highlands and islands can be quite beautiful I think.

It's in the cities where it goes a bit wrong...Dundonian can be particularly bad.
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Postby MoonHill » Mon Mar 19, 2007 9:53 pm

Kunshu wrote:
MoonHill wrote:Scotland! NOOOOOOoooooooo! Where will I get my haggis now?


People actually eat haggis? I've lived in Scotland (emphasis on the past tense of lived now seeing as it is a radioactive heap now :P ) all my life and have been very happy to avoid eating the insides of a sheep or being made to wear a kilt more than once (evil weddings).


Yes. It's salty/greasy/gooey greatness.

*brp*, oh, excuse me. I think I just felt an artery harden.
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Postby Radiant Caligula » Tue Mar 20, 2007 12:14 am

Haggis sounds quite alright to me, I'd love to try it sometimes.

Here in Norway (one of) our national dishes is called "Fårikål" (directly translated: "Sheep(Får) in(i) Cabbage(kål)"), which basically is a sheep caserole, made with cabbage and lots of whole grains of pepper. Its one of the easiest dishes to prepare, just stuff everything in and cook it a couple of hrs. I bet to foreigners it must, smell at least, like eating cooked shit but its one of my favourite meals.

But we have another "speciality", mostly served in the west of Norway, which is called "Smalahove".
I'm so outgrossed even by looking at pictures of this dish. I'm not a veggie by no means, but CMON, eating the part of the animal which could stare back at you (if it was alive of course). I'm sure other countries have their freakish dishes, but this has to be one of the most disgusting dinners I can think of. The connoisseurs of this madness even says eating the eyes is the best part. *reaches for the bucket*

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http://www.answers.com/topic/smalahove


Any grosser? :? :P

PS: And did I mention I actually find scottish to be a very beautiful language? It's like hearing candy talking.
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Postby shinygerbil » Tue Mar 20, 2007 3:55 am

Wow.

Is it me or does it have a sly grin on its face? A kind of "I'll STILL have the last laugh" look. ;P


EDIT: Forgot to mention, haggis is rather tasty.
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Postby xander » Tue Mar 20, 2007 5:30 am

shinygerbil wrote:Wow.

Is it me or does it have a sly grin on its face? A kind of "I'll STILL have the last laugh" look. ;P

It probably has some kind of prion disease, thus, when you eat its brain, it gets the last laugh. I am sure that is what is going on.

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