The word about on the isle of skye is that there is a new breed of haggis running around the coulins,for the first time the haggis has developed large canines with the crofters going mad as they thought it was the foxes taking there lambs,they are organizing a large culling party to search and destroy before they spread to the mainland,anyone interested in the unusual haggis cross hunt please contact through this posting,think of the unusual taxidermy mount that could be obtained,we need to get them before the gov scientists move in,there is now custom search on the skye bridge,we must preserve our native haggis,?
if you are having an influx I take it the problem with the left handed short legged haggis has been resolved. It is a while since I was up but he phenominon was fully explained. As most will know from running round the hills on skye the haggises or is that haggi developed a short leg and a long leg. Unfortunately the left handed shot legged haggis was easier caught (and some say tasted better) than the righted hand right legged haggis. It is also obvious if they are all right handed right legged haggisses they will never meet. If they turn round to say hello they roll down rthe hill so mating requires a right handed right legged haggis meeting up with a left handed left legged haggis. With the shortage of left handers the numbers were dwindling. Glad to here it is resolved,
THANKS TO ALL THAT PARTICIPATED IN THE DRIVE,IT PROVED UN SUCCESFUL AS THE THE HAGGYS WENT TO GROUND IN THE CAVES IN THE COULLINS,
WERE TO FAST IN SOME CASES,WEATHER WAS WILD WHICH DIDNT HELP,WE ARE LOOKING TO TRY AND NET THE CRITERS,ANY iDEAS TO CAPTURE THEM
WOULD BE NICE,