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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

if this is true

The people of Scotland are said to be having an identity crisis after it turns out the haggis was in fact invented in Lancashire, England.
This was further confounded by the fact that the bagpipes originated in the middle east and the kilt was just something gay Gordon fancied wearing.

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weasel64

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weasel64 says:

achmed

it goes near enough .. :wink::wink:

 

 

 

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Richnotrich

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Richnotrich says:

Roger

Come on me aaandsome. Everyone knows that Paaaasties weren't actually "invented". They were "discovered" by the Dewdney Brothers when they were playing bowls against Francis Drake on Plymouth Hoe.

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Ivor an Ron

Dewdney weren't related Richard tiz wun o they there corincidencees innut m'dear ol Ron ad the shop by St Levans gate an tuther ad the shop In Cornwall street see Ivor dun the best paaastie well twas awright fur a Plimuff boy see.

Phelps in aayle now theres a paaastie an aff an orse n jockey in elston I tell ee boy THATS a bleddy big bugger a bleddy maaans paaastie that is  

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currypasty

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currypasty says:

my understanding re the crusty bit

of the pasty is that the tin miners used to eat the soft bit of the pasty then chuck the hard crusty bit down the mine as a sort of gift for the piskies. sort of fiaries/little people or some such [bit like gremlins]... RAF sort not the film sort] who lived down the mines and would cause all sorts of bother if they didnt get the odd gift.

Sorry, i'll get my coat.

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