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Old 30th January 2012, 10:37
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Old 10th February 2013, 03:29
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Oh my goodness, what is ALL of that???? What is the pink stuff next to the eggs? And is that 3 kinds of toast or what??
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That can't be a Scottish Breakfast, it has tomatoes on it!
As we know Tomatoes are a fruit and Scots don't eat fruit! (especially for breakfast)
Besides there's no 'Tattie' scones, Haggis, Fruit pudding (it's in a pudding which is fried so it's OK) and Lorne Sausage (square sausage for those that are confused).
So it probably comes from south of the border and quite possible from Wales though it's lacking Leeks.
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your right mackilt

the dead give away is the can.

any decent scot would know what that should be
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your right mackilt

the dead give away is the can.

any decent scot would know what that should be
Oh Yes! nothing quite like a bit of the orange fizzy stuff for the morning after.
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When I was in Scotland in August of 2000 I did the Haggis 10 day Backpacking tour of the Highlands and Skye out of Edinburgh and just about all the served breakfasts we did have came with tomatoes - I thought that was typical for a Scottish breakfast - it's not? (Honest question because up until I just read this I thought it was.)
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