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Thursday 27 November 2003

Haggis Hunting

There is a stereotype of American that portrays them a stupid and entirely unable to grasp irony. It doesn't help to disperse that prejudice when a reported one third of all American visitors to Scotland believe a haggis is an animal.

For those unaware, the haggis is a Scottish dish traditionally made from mutton, lambs liver and oatmeal cooked in a sheep's stomach. Of course, these days the recipe tends to be a little sanitised.

November 27, 2003 3:15 PM | Stuff of Interest

3 Comments

Haggis hunting is not a subject for jokes. Pretending the haggis is not real only gives support to the hunters, if we do not stop this barbaric practice soon your sick joke will become reality

I agree with Ben Doon, help save the Haggis

HAHAHAHA haggis rnt real they are sheeps stomachs filled with stuff 2 make a dish not a small animal. its all a big joke

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