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From: Edward Andrews <>
Subject: Re: haggis'n'at
Date: Thu, 05 Feb 1998 18:35:30 +0000


Edward Andrews wrote:
>
> Stu Ross wrote:
> >
> > ed's description of a burns supper was grand,
> > but marred by two concessions/errors:
> >
> > "Swedes" are people from Sweden - stick way neeps;
> >
> > and, as for "Iron Bru" - ghastly... Irn Bru, or as some of us glega plebs
> > prefer - barrbaroo or even burroo - you only drink it if you're skint and on
> > the "burroo" or "onapanel".
> >
> > yirbumsootthewindae
> >
> > slainte
> >
> > stu
> Blame the spell checker, but you are right
>
> aye, but ya canny gi bairns a dram, an as the Kirk hasne got a
> licence ya canny serve drams at the Kirk Burns supper, so
> awaanbialyerhead
> Edward
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