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Bring out the haggis and the Glenfiddich! Can we celebrate our dear laddie @flutherother?

Asked by janbb (55102points) 5 days ago

Always kind and always wise but not lacking in opinions, our favorite Scottish Jelly has gotten 30,000 lurve. Please join me in raising a pint to one of of most judicious Jellies!

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rebbel's avatar

Yay!!
Congratulations, @flutherother, with your 30000!

chyna's avatar

Yayyy @flutherother!! I love your Scottish accent on all of your answers. I hear it in my head. Congratulations on this milestone in your Fluther life. The mansion will be so bright with you in it.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

I’ll raise a pint too!

Castle's avatar

Always a pleasure to meet another Scot!!

KNOWITALL's avatar

Congratulations @flutherother!

kritiper's avatar

Holy cow! I am in awe! Congrats!
(I don’t live in Scotland but my family is from there.)

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Congrats way to go.

filmfann's avatar

Wonderful! Congo Rats! You are a terrific contributor and deserve this!
WTFG, and Great Googlie Wooglie!

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Congratulations! @flutherother

stanleybmanly's avatar

Nice goin! Congratulations!

MrGrimm888's avatar

Well done. Well deserved.

flutherother's avatar

Thanks everyone, I thought I would never get here. I couldn’t have done it without you so pull up a chair and let’s enjoy a pint of beer together and a glass of uisge beatha. Slainte!

tinyfaery's avatar

Congrats to you!

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Ho’omaikai!

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Flutherations!!!!! A big bravo to you!

Mimishu1995's avatar

Looks like I’m late. Congrats!

tedibear's avatar

Congratulations, @flutherother!

mazingerz88's avatar

Keep forgetting to visit Meta and glad I did. GREAT JOB @flutherother CONGRATS! Easy to get a Glenfiddich but no idea where to get haggis! Cheers!

MrGrimm888's avatar

I’ve never tried haggis. But it sounds terrible…

flutherother's avatar

It’s mostly made from beef with oatmeal, onions, salt and spices and has a dry crumbly texture. It isn’t bad. They don’t use a sheep’s stomach nowadays and they go easy on the heart, liver and lungs.

mazingerz88's avatar

Would love to try authentic traditional haggis.

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