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  • #2
    bloody hell........whys there no irn bru?

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    • #3
      What's the red thingies?
      You're just jealous cause the voices only talk to me!

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      • #4
        fried tomato's

        the black round thing is black pudding


        theres no way anyone could eat all that

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        • #5
          i hope that was made for a "familly"...good grief..I don't think my family could eat all that!

          Thought that those black things were sausage patties!!..
          You're just jealous cause the voices only talk to me!

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          • #6
            Wonder what that 'gloop' is under the fried eggs?

            An, whaur's the skwerr sossij?

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            • #7
              Looks great. But it would take me a week to eat it all.

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              • #8
                i doubt if the pic is of a scots breakfast due to the lack of said skwerr sossij.

                there'd be complaints if it was served to some.

                feed me links youl hear about it bhoy

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                • #9
                  I think it's Hagrid's breakfast before he goes off to slam a few dementor heids thegether.

                  So what's all there ?

                  - fried eggs
                  - bacon
                  - sausages (look like the links were cut by a rabbi)
                  - black pudding
                  - fried tomatoes
                  - mushrooms
                  - fried potatoes
                  - baked beans
                  - that thing in the middle (looks like a Singapore murtaba)
                  - toast

                  - some folk would add a dod of haggi (not me though)

                  and whaur is the Lorne Sausage may I enquire ?

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                  • #10
                    Errr, Lachy?
                    That'd be the skwerr sossij to which some o' us alluded earlier in the threid!

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                    • #11
                      As has already been mentioned, the can of coke and the lack of irn bru? suggests that this is not a Scottish brekky.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Polwarth View Post
                        Errr, Lachy?
                        That'd be the skwerr sossij to which some o' us alluded earlier in the threid!
                        Just giving it its "proper" name Pol You're from Edinburgh, you should know that !

                        I'd never heard the name before (my Dad from Argyll and mum from Musselburgh). I first heard the name when I met my future wife, a Leith lassie (well actually Dryden St, off-Leith Walk) and that's what her family all called it and I noticed Edinburgh butchers labelled it as that too.

                        To this day, I still have no idea why it's called Lorne Sausage. Perhaps it was a favourite of a Duke of Argyll's eldest son ? Or not !

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                        • #13
                          Yes, I know it as Lorne - I was told that was a corruption of Larne as the sausage had its origins in Norn Ireland... but I'm quaite comfortayble using the weegie skwerr sossij description, anaw! (Note the uncomfortable mix of Morningsaide end Lallans there?)

                          BTW - don't know whether the Lorn/Larne story is just an urban myth!

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                          • #14
                            Sort of puts my morning cup of coffee and dish of yogurt to shame! LOL


                            Come to the Dark Side, we have cookies!

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                            • #15
                              Ooh my goodness, my stomach actually grumbled. It looks very similar to the breakfasts in Ireland, where I traveled last summer. I SO miss those sausages (just can't FIND those in the U.S.- not easily, and it's never really the same). One way to satisfy this craving might be to travel to Scotland next (?)

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