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One of the lesser-known poems of Robert Burns - "66% extra free". Happy Burns Night!

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  1. I used to live near McSweens when they still operated out of Bruntsfield. I love haggis - we kept the tradition today.
    One thing that I did find offputting was waiting at the bus stop on a cold winter's morning with the boiled mutton vapours venting out and swirling around the bus queue. If you had a hangover it didn't much help.

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  2. I will taste just about anything, I'm a serious gourmet, but I must admit that Haggis is one of those things that I would have to be quite courageous (or slightly inebriated) to try without a shudder lol

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  3. Lesser-know poems indeed! :D

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  4. 10 servings for the price of 6? Not bad!
    Thanks for the encouraging words you left on my blog today.
    I did, indeed, have a hot toddy tonight and it stopped my cough as nothing else has!
    Hope you and yours stay 'flu free' this season!

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  5. that is a magnificent picture of a haggis ... and i see it can be ready in 20 minutes in the microwave .. ah for modern conveniences ... and at 10 servings for the price of 6, that is a great deal. happy Robbie Burns' Day to you!

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  6. Haggis and poetry , why not ;)

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  7. I don't think that I would be able to eat it - is it really tasty?

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  8. He looks so happy reciting that simple poem of his. Food makes people happy, even if it´s haggis.

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