Monday, August 03, 2009
Scotch Heritage: ALL LIES
According to this article wot is right here, Haggis is English. Which is frankly, excellent. It also has to be true, because the BBC wrote it.
I'm pretty sure that kilts are Irish. Bagpipes were first used in Ancient Greece, if not elsewhere in Europe before they showed up in Scotland (Or North-North England, if you like). Even whisky originated in the East, and found Spain and Ireland before it made it's way into the Glasweigan diet. This leaves the Scottish with shortbread, ginger stubble and violence. Which is just funny, really.