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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 1/5/2012 9:52:48 PM   
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Quarter Scottish. Is that good enough for you?


Does that give you that disease where you want to eat deep fat fried mars bars?


No, but I like haggis. And when I say haggis, I mean I've tried 'proper haggis' at a family reunion.

I've tried a deep fried mars bar in this country but I imagine they didn't do it as well as they do up in Scotland.


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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 1/5/2012 9:56:29 PM   
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Well haggis has been contemporised a lot hasn't it? They put whiskey and all sorts into it.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 1/5/2012 10:00:49 PM   
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'sake min.

Whisky. Sans "e". Would any self-respecting kilt wearing, tight-fisted, shortbread-munching, Braveheart-watching, chip-carrying, yadda, yadda, waffle, jabber... corrupt a sacred haggis with Irish alcohol. I dinna 'hink so.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 1/5/2012 10:03:45 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Goodfella


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ORIGINAL: Woger


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ORIGINAL: Goodfella


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ORIGINAL: boaby

Bloody Ingerlish. Canna resist invading.


Quarter Scottish. Is that good enough for you?


Does that give you that disease where you want to eat deep fat fried mars bars?


No, but I like haggis. And when I say haggis, I mean I've tried 'proper haggis' at a family reunion.

I've tried a deep fried mars bar in this country but I imagine they didn't do it as well as they do up in Scotland.


Chalk me up as another mongrel (50% Glasgow, 50% Rural Welsh, 100% Celt).

I've tried a supermarket haggis once, and it tasted ok. Would love to try a real one.

Not so sure about the mars bar though, I might have to be fairly drunk before I braved that one.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 1/5/2012 10:04:28 PM   
Goodfella


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Well haggis has been contemporised a lot hasn't it? They put whiskey and all sorts into it.


I don't know to be honest, I'm talking five to six years ago now, I liked it but I'm not sure what was in it.

I've eaten it down here and it's, for lack of a better term, fucking shit.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 1/5/2012 10:08:31 PM   
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I had deep fried haggis the last time I was in Scotland. That'll put hair on your stones and take years off your life, let me tell you.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:08:46 PM   
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Also, being Scottish, do you not feel automatically better than all the other British?


Not really, I've always wished I was Welsh. They've got it going on. I don't know what 'it' is, but, by Ma Broon's Cookbook, they've got it. I've never liked that bit in Trainspotting when Obi Wan (that's a Scots name, isn't it?) says 'it's shite being Scottish'. He didn't bank on David Tennant being Scottish did he? He wouldn't have said that if The Tennant was around. In fact, fuck it, I love being Scottish, it's awesome. We don't think we're better than anyone else, we can barely cope being ourselves. We invented the phone, the telly, Penicillin and Dolly The Sheep. Oh, and fingerprinting for use in solving crimes, that was us! Can you believe that, that of all things was created by a Scot? Boggles the mind, so it does. Anyway, I've havered enough, I've off to down some Bru.....

Oh, and I fucking hate Haggis.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:18:50 PM   
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It's a braw day today, cycled to work and everything. We all know that means fuck all up here though, could be thunder & lightning and hailstones by the end of the day.

Also, being Scottish, do you not feel automatically better than all the other British?



Yes. I do, & being Dundonian I feel automatically better than all the other Scottish.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:23:42 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Chief

It's a braw day today, cycled to work and everything. We all know that means fuck all up here though, could be thunder & lightning and hailstones by the end of the day.

Also, being Scottish, do you not feel automatically better than all the other British?



Yes. I do, & being Dundonian I feel automatically better than all the other Scottish.


Being Dundonian he's high, and probably a crack baby. Definitely delusional.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:32:57 PM   
Lucky Day


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ORIGINAL: boaby


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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day


quote:

ORIGINAL: Chief

It's a braw day today, cycled to work and everything. We all know that means fuck all up here though, could be thunder & lightning and hailstones by the end of the day.

Also, being Scottish, do you not feel automatically better than all the other British?



Yes. I do, & being Dundonian I feel automatically better than all the other Scottish.


Being Dundonian he's high, and probably a crack baby. Definitely delusional.



Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haway and bile yer heid.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:42:00 PM   
boaby

 

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Alcoholism? New one. Ace. Must get started. Fit's the cheapest booze an Aberdonian can buy that's still more expensive than the p!sswater yer average weegie or Dundonian scoofs?

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:43:40 PM   
Shifty Bench

 

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Am I the only Scot here that doesn't drink booze?

Stereotype: shattered.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:44:53 PM   
Lucky Day


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Alcoholism? New one. Ace. Must get started. Fit's the cheapest booze an Aberdonian can buy that's still more expensive than the p!sswater yer average weegie or Dundonian scoofs?



???

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:46:42 PM   
boaby

 

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Alcoholism? New one. Ace. Must get started. Fit's the cheapest booze an Aberdonian can buy that's still more expensive than the p!sswater yer average weegie or Dundonian scoofs?



???


Use your big boy words Lucky Day.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:46:44 PM   
Lucky Day


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Am I the only Scot here that doesn't drink booze?

Stereotype: shattered.



Ever ? I'm no a big drinker as such but a wee pint now and again does no harm. It's the 20 Marlboro a day that will get me.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:50:55 PM   
boaby

 

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Nae a big drinker mysel'. The odd Crabbies, White Russian, Deuchars, Rum or fitivver's hidin' at the back o' the cupboard that needs drinkin', Canna let good stuff go to waste. A glass o' Red if absolutely necessary. No Tennents tough. Gads min. Plus, they sponsor both of them. Ye hiv to hiv some principles. Ken?

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 10:55:33 PM   
Shifty Bench

 

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Haven't touched a drop in 8 years, I just can't be arsed with it. It does nothing for me. Don't smoke either

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 11:05:04 PM   
Lucky Day


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Alcoholism? New one. Ace. Must get started. Fit's the cheapest booze an Aberdonian can buy that's still more expensive than the p!sswater yer average weegie or Dundonian scoofs?



???


Use your big boy words Lucky Day.



Nah, you've lost me Boaby, it's no your fault. You were just born a little too far North. You should just be grateful you're no fae Peterheid (I assume this to be the case being as you have, at the very least, the ability to express thoughts & feelings, if only in a very basic way. A skillset not often associated with those from Peterhead)

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 11:09:59 PM   
Lucky Day


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Don't smoke either



Never too old to start pal

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 11:23:35 PM   
Shifty Bench

 

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Nah, never will, I like my lungs the way they are, thanks

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 11:38:19 PM   
boaby

 

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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

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ORIGINAL: boaby


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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day


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ORIGINAL: boaby

Alcoholism? New one. Ace. Must get started. Fit's the cheapest booze an Aberdonian can buy that's still more expensive than the p!sswater yer average weegie or Dundonian scoofs?



???


Use your big boy words Lucky Day.



Nah, you've lost me Boaby, it's no your fault. You were just born a little too far North. You should just be grateful you're no fae Peterheid (I assume this to be the case being as you have, at the very least, the ability to express thoughts & feelings, if only in a very basic way. A skillset not often associated with those from Peterhead)


It's Pee'erheid min. They hinna got as far as the letter "T" yet.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 11:49:18 PM   
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Awesome, aren't we!?!

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 1/5/2012 11:50:42 PM   
Saltire


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'sake min.

Whisky. Sans "e". Would any self-respecting kilt wearing, tight-fisted, shortbread-munching, Braveheart-watching, chip-carrying, yadda, yadda, waffle, jabber... corrupt a sacred haggis with Irish alcohol. I dinna 'hink so.


Here here!

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Electric Boogaloo - 1/5/2012 11:52:42 PM   
Saltire


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ORIGINAL: boaby


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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day


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ORIGINAL: Chief

It's a braw day today, cycled to work and everything. We all know that means fuck all up here though, could be thunder & lightning and hailstones by the end of the day.

Also, being Scottish, do you not feel automatically better than all the other British?



Yes. I do, & being Dundonian I feel automatically better than all the other Scottish.




Being Dundonian he's high, and probably a crack baby. Definitely delusional.


As a fellow Dundonian I agree, we are all like that.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 2/5/2012 1:02:01 AM   
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Well haggis has been contemporised a lot hasn't it? They put whiskey and all sorts into it.


You can get spicy Indian style haggis apparently too.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 2/5/2012 1:12:15 AM   
boaby

 

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My local curry house does a mean Haggis Pakora.

I'm trying to perfect a haggis chilli. I think it has promise. Perhaps it needs a less abysmal cook to succeed.

It's ok to put haggis in other stuff but wrong to put stuff in haggis. It can be a fine line to tread.



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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 2/5/2012 8:54:12 AM   
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There's always time for haggis, bashed neeps & tatties with oatcakes and whisky sauce.

Never tried a battered Mars Bar in my life but I do drink much more than is good for me.

Arguing which is better between Dundee & Aberdeen is like arguing which is better out of a kick in the balls or a poke in the eye.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 2/5/2012 9:28:25 AM   
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The deep fried mars bar is more of a myth that anything else. I have never tried one, I have been in one chippy in Scotland that actually makes them (the chippy opposite the Canongate Kirk in Edinburgh mmmmm).

Deep fried haggis is amazing, as is deep fried black pudding. My life for a chippy in Essex that does deep fried haggis/black pudding.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 2/5/2012 9:51:24 AM   
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Glad to see you are all dispelling all the myths about Scottish people.

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RE: The Scottish Thread 2 - Not As Good As The Original - 2/5/2012 10:00:53 AM   
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NOt really being a chip person (or fish come to that) I don't spend much time in chip shops - but there were more than a couple of my colleagues working out of the London office who, the minute they stepped on Scottish soil, would head straight for a chip shop to get a smoked sausage (is that right? whichever one that you don't get in English chippies). Once they'd consumed several, apparently all was right with the world. 

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