Burn’s Day Lunch   2 comments

Burn’s Day: everyone has haggis, neeps and tatties.  Wetherspoon’s runs a special so you can get either a Talisker single malt (and a hip flask) or a pint of Caledonian with it, but I got both AND a 1/2 pint of Carling.  Happy Birthday Robbie! (Big lunch with a bunch of hashers, then off to Swindon to do some bits and bobs round the garden before an annual inspection).

I have made better haggis, but I usually skimp on the drinks…thanks Wetherspoons!

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  1. My Uncle and a cousin (his son) are both named Robert Burns.But he goes by Bob and his son is Rob. Isn’t that weird? They both get a kick out it when I say “Bob’s your uncle”. Fanny is unfortunately not my aunt, her name is Eleanor.

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