25 January is Burns' night. For all Caledonians, The Bard...

AAAAACH! TAE A MOOSIE

Oooooooch ya crowlin tomorous beastie
Ach wit ae panic is en ay breastie
Nae gawn an rin awa sae heestie
Wi bickerin brattle
Ay wid be laith tae rin an cheese thee
Wi murtherin pattle

AAAAAACH FAIRE ELIZA!

Oooch tairn agin ay far eliza
In kaen blenk afor ye parrrrrt
Rue on thy despaerrrrin laver
Canst thy breek is faithfa haeat
Tyrn agin ay far eliza
If to lave thy och denaes
Ach in pitae haed thy santince
Ander freensheps kaend dasgaese

AAAAACH OOOOCH AACH THE NOOOO

Ye hipocrites!
Are thaese ya pranks?
Tae murder men
An gi gad thanks
Desist fo sheem
Pracaed nae further
Gad waent accept thy thaenks fa murther!

AAAAACH TAE CAMPLIMAENT THY HAGGIS

Haek wa och nicht a falin
Haek haek ya peeps a calin
Loodly an proodly calin doon thraw a glin
War war tha hills a sleepin
Noo feel thy blid a laepin
Hae a tha spirits a tha ael haeghland men
Land o the hae endevaw
Land o tha shaenin rivaw
Land o ma heart faerivaw
Scotlan tha braev!
My local take-away was fresh out of haggis last night - said the bad weather had prevented the little beasties from being rounded up on their hillsides.

But a glass of the best Scots whiskey was a grand accompaniment to the pizza;)

(Well done on that very laborious typing).
Jillywills wrote: My local take-away was fresh out of haggis last night - said the bad weather had prevented the little beasties from being rounded up on their hillsides.

But a glass of the best Scots whiskey was a grand accompaniment to the pizza;)

(Well done on that very laborious typing).


Glenmorangie?
cerberus97 wrote:
Jillywills wrote: My local take-away was fresh out of haggis last night - said the bad weather had prevented the little beasties from being rounded up on their hillsides.

But a glass of the best Scots whiskey was a grand accompaniment to the pizza;)

(Well done on that very laborious typing).


Glenmorangie?


Alas, I must confess to a little distortion of the truth there. It was actually a Glenfiddich and I'll agree that's not up there among the best. Enjoyable, none the less though :)
Jillywills wrote:
cerberus97 wrote:
Jillywills wrote: My local take-away was fresh out of haggis last night - said the bad weather had prevented the little beasties from being rounded up on their hillsides.

But a glass of the best Scots whiskey was a grand accompaniment to the pizza;)

(Well done on that very laborious typing).


Glenmorangie?


Alas, I must confess to a little distortion of the truth there. It was actually a Glenfiddich and I'll agree that's not up there among the best. Enjoyable, none the less though :)


Excellent choice, Jelly :D