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2021-09-25 6:07:08 PM  
If it's not Scottish, it's CRAP!
 
2021-09-25 6:07:22 PM  
Is it even possible to tell the difference between rotting gutter fish and haggis? 🤔
 
2021-09-25 6:07:53 PM  
It's a Japanese haggis.
 
2021-09-25 6:09:04 PM  

rethian: If it's not Scottish, it's

CRAP CARP!

 
2021-09-25 6:09:42 PM  
It's a fahkin' toona, bro!
 
2021-09-25 6:10:10 PM  
It's a sunfish, eh?

That's all that is.
 
2021-09-25 6:11:17 PM  
If you drink enough Scotch, your stomach can handle anything.
 
2021-09-25 6:11:20 PM  

bughunter: rethian: If it's not Scottish, it's

CRAP CARP!


I was thinking CRAPPIE

but well said
 
2021-09-25 6:18:36 PM  
So, day-old offal and rancid suet stuffed into a sheep's guts, ie a Scots cum-sock, can be made worse?  I thought that unpossible.  Well, maybe is you lathered Marmite on top, but otherwise alternations couldn't help but make it better.
 
2021-09-25 6:20:00 PM  
When the sunfish are fleeing the equator due to rising ocean temperatures you know we're farked
 
2021-09-25 6:24:57 PM  
I was wrong about that. They're all over the globe. I'll chalk this one up to local ignorance and the Sun.
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2021-09-25 6:28:27 PM  

berylman: I was wrong about that. They're all over the globe. I'll chalk this one up to local ignorance and the Sun.
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The SUNfish is there?
 
2021-09-25 6:28:48 PM  
A friend gave me a can of haggis. Been trying to figure out who to pass it on to.
 
2021-09-25 6:28:55 PM  
Is this article about analingus?
 
2021-09-25 6:30:33 PM  

comrade: Is this article about analingus?


No, it's something that tastes even worse.
 
2021-09-25 6:31:08 PM  
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2021-09-25 6:48:36 PM  
You can't tell your national dish from a fish?

/ I am ashamed for my ancestors
 
2021-09-25 6:53:13 PM  

your cats butt: A friend gave me a can of haggis. Been trying to figure out who to pass it on to.


Have you tried it? I had a can (US origin) recently. Warmed it up and ate it with some mashed potatoes and was quite tasty.
 
2021-09-25 6:54:59 PM  

berylman: I was wrong about that. They're all over the globe. I'll chalk this one up to local ignorance and the Sun.
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Just the Sun, IMO. There's not a chance anybody could make such a stupid mistake.
 
2021-09-25 6:57:23 PM  

knbwhite: your cats butt: A friend gave me a can of haggis. Been trying to figure out who to pass it on to.

Have you tried it? I had a can (US origin) recently. Warmed it up and ate it with some mashed potatoes and was quite tasty.


I came here to ask precisely that. I read a lot of jokes about how it is a horrible sounding concoction but is it actually inedible?
 
2021-09-25 6:58:58 PM  

comrade: Is this article about analingus?


Well, not YET...
 
2021-09-25 7:02:53 PM  
PAIGE NO
 
2021-09-25 7:03:04 PM  
"The fish was found near Loch Slapin, which is on the south west coast of the Isle of Skye."

"Loch Slapin" sounds like fun.
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2021-09-25 7:03:16 PM  

comrade: Is this article about analingus?


You'll need something to get the taste out of your mouth
 
2021-09-25 7:06:39 PM  

bingethinker: If you drink enough Scotch, your stomach can handle anything.


Which is why one drinks Scotch while eating haggis.
/Speaking from experience
 
2021-09-25 7:21:34 PM  

Bslim: knbwhite: your cats butt: A friend gave me a can of haggis. Been trying to figure out who to pass it on to.

Have you tried it? I had a can (US origin) recently. Warmed it up and ate it with some mashed potatoes and was quite tasty.

I came here to ask precisely that. I read a lot of jokes about how it is a horrible sounding concoction but is it actually inedible?


I had it at a restaurant I worked at. It was called the Shamrock, Rose and Thistle. A British themed restaurant in Mobile Alabama.
I'd put canned  haggis is better than liver or sweetbreads but not as good as a decent blood sausage. Of course that's just my opinion, it's all offal.
 
2021-09-25 7:33:12 PM  

your cats butt: A friend gave me a can of haggis. Been trying to figure out who to pass it on to.


It's a perfect Secret Santa gift.

/I once got two pig fetuses in formaldehyde
//of course, that was the alt.tasteless secret santa
 
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2021-09-25 7:33:45 PM  
I don't know what y'all are on about. A "canned haggis" is Paul Haggis being excommunicated from the church of Scientology
 
2021-09-25 7:33:58 PM  

rethian: Bslim: knbwhite: your cats butt: A friend gave me a can of haggis. Been trying to figure out who to pass it on to.

Have you tried it? I had a can (US origin) recently. Warmed it up and ate it with some mashed potatoes and was quite tasty.

I came here to ask precisely that. I read a lot of jokes about how it is a horrible sounding concoction but is it actually inedible?

I had it at a restaurant I worked at. It was called the Shamrock, Rose and Thistle. A British themed restaurant in Mobile Alabama.
I'd put canned  haggis is better than liver or sweetbreads but not as good as a decent blood sausage. Of course that's just my opinion, it's all offal.


Thanks, I'm thinking of giving the canned stuff and see where it goes from there.
 
2021-09-25 8:59:03 PM  
At least it wasn't lutefisk
 
2021-09-25 10:22:17 PM  
Not American haggis. It has High Fructose Corn Syrup and no lungs.
It's no' Scottish
And it's crap.
 
2021-09-26 1:22:04 AM  
Back in the 90s, a Scottish friend of mine saw the Simpsons episode with "Scotchtoberfest" and got such a kick out of it he had a Scotchtoberfest celebration in the pub he owned and I was one of the musicians who performed during it. He had haggis put into sausage casings and grilled them and damn if they weren't good on a bun with mustard and sauerkraut. He had a piper come and play "Roll Out The Barrel" on the bagpipes. It was a really good party. Sadly his declining health forced him into a well earned retirement not long after so it never became an annual tradition.
 
2021-09-26 1:52:32 AM  
Morag, NO!
 
2021-09-26 6:22:30 PM  
How did it get on the side of the road?
 
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