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      PY Marshall
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      Hi Janet, i am sending this TM ,on the TQ, because i am worried about privacy with my MP. Oh, my goodness Frances ! what a worry it has been, but thankfully ” Simone” has very kindly accepted my apology. She has laid down her bagpipes and deflated her Claymore.      Sadie!  i was so worried about the Claymore, two of them flew over the house last Sunday and nearly took the top off the plum tree. I am feeling quite fatigued tonight! well Liz , Sandra had her Clan , saddled and ready for battle. Unfortunately for me ,my horses have been franchised out to Police Scotland, for street clearing purposes and my small but capable army had been furloughed. Well hell! Katie i had to take all the Highland cattle that i borrowed ,back to the Edinburgh woollen mill on my own and i am just back. Sheila ,i was advised today to seek a second opinion on my small head wound. Fortunately i was able to get an appointment with the same Doctor. He is semi retired and works at the local Abattoir just down the road. He actually said Glenda, much the same as the last doctor, that my ammunition is going to take a few weeks to regret. Rubbing the milk of amerusso on my elbow ,does not seem to be helping my head injury. I must be patient, but it’s a lovely smell. Jan ,due to the fact that CDH is based in America and , as i said last night i desperately require this to remain private, so i have waited till it was dark before sending. Stay safe  love Carol xx. SP Moira , I think Suzy and i ,over the next 4 or 5 yrs may be able to form a little friendship .( Small Steps.)

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        Py… hilarious…in fact, very hilarious…

        now I have sent two nice ladies in white coats around, don’t be afraid, they are there to help. Although the new pyjamas they are bringing you, tie up behind your back, I’m told they are comfortable…tell Mrs Py they will be gentle…I believe they are also  bringing some amaretto and elbow grease for your sore head….ALL the girls send their love….I’m trying to convert this message to braille as it’s personal…all my love you little donkey sausage….

        Moira xxx

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      Stevie65
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      With a certain “group” the Haggis is piped in and a speel about it and R.B. is toasted to. Mmmmmmmm hagis.

       

      Stevie

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      Mandy Wife
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      Happy belated Burns night!

      We must be some of the few Scots that don’t like Haggis 🤣🤣 and Penny didn’t get round to having a wee dram but I’m sure she will make up for it later …… Especially with her Rabbie Burns Whisky from Arran!

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        Hi Mandy

        No haggis….gosh, I can see the steam coming from the chimneys at Castle plumb, as I type…haha

        hope Penny enjoys her dram….

        a place i used to work had a special wooden tray of six special whiskeys…which we got to taste!!!…I remember Oban, Talisker and Lagavulin….I also remember being surprised by how different they all tasted….huggs, grace x

         

         

         

         

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          Mandy Wife
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          Yes, whisky can be so different – Penny doesn’t like the peaty / smokey ones and did a whisky tasting session at the Arran Distillery a few years ago (well, in drab mode as Penny wasn’t born then!) And it was a real eye opener as to the tastes and also what adding just a tiny bit of water can do and how it changes the flavour.

          Dare o say, I also can’t stand bagpipes – and yes, I’m 100% Scottish!

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            stephanie plumb
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            I’m blaick affrontit fer ye!   Nae haggis?  Nae skirl o’ the pipes?  Ach weil – there’s naething queerer nor fowk!

            convertedfromenglish, McSteph

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            100% agree on the ” strangled cat”….haha xx

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            stephanie plumb
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            The skirl o’ the pipes  – a strangled cattie, is it?    Yer bum’s oot the windae!   Awa an’ bile yer heid!😒

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            Amanda Burton
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            Well at least a cat being strangled is in tune Grace. “Just joking Stephanie”

            Please note I have obviously not attempted to strangle a cat my self, but the one that seems to like screaming outside my bedroom window at night may drive me to it.

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            stephanie plumb
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            A guid strangling tune aye…. the skirl o’ the pipes put the feer o’ God up the Frenchies a’ Waterloo! They filled their breeks as they ran doon the brae.  The heelanders had a rich guid lauch, as they raised their kilts tae shew ’em their boaby’s an’ bawbags!   😼

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            Amanda Burton
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            Wondering if any were into tucking?

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      Bianca Everdene
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      Hurt my arm last night. It was still sore this morning, ended up in hospital for an X-ray.

      The man waiting beside me said ‘Fair fae yer honest sonsieface! Great chieftain o’the puddin race!!!’

      I turned perplexed to the woman at the other side of me, she said:

      ’Wee, sleekit, tim’rous, cow’rin beastie, O’ what a panic’s in thy breastie!’

      WTF!!!

      I asked a passing nurse’Is this the psychiatric Unit?’

      He said ‘No it’s the Burns Unit’

      ❤️Bianca

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        Laugh out loud…haha xxx

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      PY Marshall
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      Hi Grace, glad it went down well, we eat haggis on a regular basis ,so tonight we had a tasty prawn salad with, boiled egg, 3 kinds of peppers, sweet onions, lettuce, baby vine tomatoes ,mushrooms, olives, radish, pineapple and hot crusty bread followed by ice cream. Py Mc Naughty. xx.

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        stephanie plumb
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        Nooo!   I’m raising the clans in the North East!   Nae eating haggis on Burn’s night!  Is nae mowse!  Off tae to clean the rust off ma Claymore!

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          Look out Py…

          Bonnie princess Steph is revolting!!!!…..( think before you answer that )…just tell her straight..

          ….dinna be coorse or A’ll skelp yer dowp !!

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            PY Marshall
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            Hi Margaret, how are you keeping . I intended to send a MP to you a few days ago to say hello.                                                                                                                                                     I  have decided this evening Janice to send you a PM because it seems Baroness Stephanie has got her dander up and she has also ,hoisted her Claymore. It appears  Joyce, that i had a prawn salad, when i should have had, Haggis Neeps and Pheasant .Well here lies the problem Lucy, i slipped on the ice and banged my head and it has been terribly painful. I visited the doctor this morning ,and a few tests later ! it was confirmed, that i had “Ammonia”, but Jenny! they were very kind and gave me cream to rub on my elbow ,and said it would make it better.                                                                                                                            So here is the question Jill! do you think if i sent this PMT to Steptoe that she would possibly accept this as an apology,                              The doctor  said if the cream doesn’t work i may end up ambisonic  for the rest of my life. Hope you are keeping well Morag and please stay safe. Due to the fact that CDH is based in America ,and i desperately require this to remain private, i have waited till it was dark before i sent it. I wait Claire! in anticipation  for your guidance on this matter. Love Maisy. xx

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            stephanie plumb
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            Apology accepted  (sound of bagpipes ♪♪♪  being deflated, and claymores clattering on the ground) ….  errrr…  and please stay away from me!  Yer bum’s oot the windae!    Remember “If ye flee wi’ the craws, ye’ll get shot an’ a'”

            clan  mcSteph.

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            Amanda Burton
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            PY my sweetie, how many time have I told you not to wear your bavaclava out side that your sister – in-law knitted, because she knitting them back to front, know wonder you slipped up sweetie, buy I hope you are OK my darling, lv Amanda xx

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            Guidance!!!….I need guidance, I can hardly see, hahaha…..typical grace, I was thumbing up and down the thread looking for bloody Margaret!!!!…haha….for your ammonia, try a teaspoon of milk of amnesia…

            Py…you mad woman !!!!…

            Lots of smiles, joyce xx

            ps…..please don’t send me a politician….can’t stand them!!

             

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      Alice Underwire
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      Hi Grace,

      Happy Burns Night!

      Alice

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      Mikey Johnson
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      Hi Gracie – I think I almost ran over a Haggis once driving at night in Wyoming . . .

      JK!

      Mikey

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        Wow….they do get about don’t they!!!…

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          They are very rare in Wyoming!

          Haggis was banned in the US in 2018 because of concerns that phlegm and other body fluids would get into the lungs of the sheep when they were slaughtered.

          They know what they can do with their chlorinated chicken!   We’ll tip it in the harbour at Grangemouth.

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            Wow….so glad you said that today…and not before I ate the haggis…he didn’t taste phlegmmy????

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            Amanda Burton
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            Lamb wellington for me, just have to get the boot of the first.

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            Mikey Johnson
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            I think the phlegmy thing is only applicable in Wyoming and other high altitude sheep environs . . .

            And yes, I was surprised to see one so far afield!  Luckily I missed it.  I understand the splatter can do a job on vehicle paint!

            Mikey

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      Marisa Amelia
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      Well, this lass is one-quarter Scottish (Lawson) and one-quarter English, along with the Italian and Swiss thrown in. American Mutt!

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        Wow Marisa

        You should be celebrating something every week !!!!

        Happy quarter Burns night!!!! xx

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      haha! Thanks, Grace! I’m actually on my way out in a little tartan skirt! 😉

      x Kvc x

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        I hope you have something on underneath young lady!!!!!……(it’s cold out there)

        Grace xx

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      OMG….

      Just had my first haggis….well three quarters of one….if you have never tried it, please do, but try it first to see if you like it….before you read it’s ingredients…I had mine with “neeps, tatties and gravy”, and a wee dram

      as recommended by Stephanie P…

      delicious, but I do now feel I’m carrying twins….

      Quick ” burns night joke”

      Man lost in Edinburgh says to a policeman, “Excuse me is there a B&Q in Leith?”

      Policeman replies, “No sir, but there are two Ds and two Es in Dundee.”

      ( B&Q stores sell homewares etc)

      I will need an antacid grace xxxx

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        Patti James
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        I had haggis a few times many years ago. I liked it. They’re out of season here in North Carolina so maybe another time

        Patti 🥰

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      Kathleen
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      Good health to you as well sweetie

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      Kathleen 60454
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      My grandmother was a Cameron and her ancestors came from the “Highlands” of Inverness, Scotland. So to you Grace and any other Scotsman and Lass Slàinte Mhath. 

      Kathleen

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        Thanks Kathleen..

        I’m English through and through….I just seem to know a lot of ” noisy neighbours” who are whisky garglers….and I bet Steph knows the Cameron’s…she knows everybody!!!

        Smiles, grace xxx

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          Kathleen 60454
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          Grace  I am also English too. You don’t have to be Scottish for the greeting it simply means “Good Health“. as I’m sure you know.

          Kathleen

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            Well in that case…..

            cheers honey!!! 🍷🍷…I am an honourary Scot for the night….. xx

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            XOXOXO

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      Krista
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      Good Morning Grace, very enjoyable thread.  There were a few Scottish words I didn’t understand so I went to my trusty Google translator.   I put in Scottish to English and Google came back to me with “Huh???”  And just so you know, I did catch a haggis once, right here in Alberta Canada (it must have snuck into our province in the luggage of an oil worker from Nova Scotia) I ate it while my SO was making disturbing faces at me. She wouldn’t even try it.  Stay healthy, All the very Best, Hugs, Krista.

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        Don’t worry Krista, it’s not just you….we have had to put a Scottish/English dictionary in the naughty corner…..it’s the only way we know if she is swearing at us!!!…..Nova Scotian Haggis…..doesn’t that sound exotic!!!

        Huggs, grace xx

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      stephanie plumb
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      Aye… and listen to Silly Wizard – best Scottish folk band imho!   And a bit o’ the Corries, and of course Andy Stewart!!!

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        Inga Krasivaya
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        Ooohh – Silly Wizard; “Take The High Road” if I remember rightly?  But please not Andy Stewart – and especially not Moira Anderson…

        “For as has been known for ages past,  Freedom and Whisky gang thegither!”

        Have ye all a guid evening, ladies…

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      Inga Krasivaya
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      And a glass will be raised to you on this, the right side of Hadrians Wall.  Just be careful hunting haggis:  they can be vicious if cornered!  By the way – not keen on you having imported Scottish weather to Englands green and pleasant land for the last few days, but at least it must make you feel less homesick……

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      Rozalyne Richards
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      I’m just a wee sasanac i hope that’s how you spell it x

      Anyway Happy Burns Night, i shall have to go and see if i can lasso a haggis, lol x

      Hugs Rozalyne x

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      Question….

      If there is more than one Haggis….do you call them Haggi ??

      Quick joke…..

      What is the difference between a Scottish sheep farmer and a Rolling Stones song?

      One says, ‘Hey you, get off of my cloud!”, and the other says, ‘Hey McCloud, get off of my ewe!’

      …heading for the corner, Grace xx

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        No…. the plural of haggis  (haegis) is haggis or haggises ….  haggises – a tribe of haggis.

        Ewe do tell a guid joke! – A richt guid lauch!   and not orra breet at a’!!!  onless ye be squeamish.

        I’m off the noo – to peel the neeps and tatties….

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      stephanie plumb
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      ….. an  I’ll hae a dram (or twa)  tae ye all! 🥃🥃

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      “Lang hae ye fed the Scottish clan, fae little geet  tae grouwn up man.

      Heid o’ the puddin race ye stan wi yer sonsie face, nae ither dish throo oot the laan can taak yer place.

      Ye need na funcy preparation, jist neeps and tatties for decoration.

      Yer easy heatit in a pan, bi microwave or oven fan, in ony kyne o’ plate yer graan yommin rich and rare.

      Nae gourmet dish fae foreign laan can wi you compare.

      Auld Scotlands fowk are still the same, an’ ye’ll be eaten in mony a hame, steamin rich and het.

      Tae forsake ye noo wid be a shame, gweed Scottish maet.”

      (excerpts from “Tae a Haggis”  by Hazel Addison, The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen.)

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        Ye need na funcy preparation, jist neeps and tatties for decoration”.

        …..sounds good to me !!!

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          stephanie plumb
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          “Best heatit in a pan, bi microwave or oven fan.”

          Wrap in two layres of foil and heat in’t oven, wi’ 2″ watter in a dish –   Jist folla the instructions on the wrapper!  I hope it tastes good to ye.”

          “Wi neeps and tatties, the dish doled oot, an a dram o’ whisky rare.”

          McSteph  🥃 xx

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