The Three Legged Haggis

Maurice G By Maurice G, 11th Apr 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Short yarn about a three legged haggis. Would suite people who like the impossible.

The Three Legged Haggis.

As you may know haggis is a traditional food of Scotland. But did you know that there was a creature called the three legged haggis. Well it is shaped like a rugby ball, has three legs, two at the front and one at the back. They can run at very, very fast speeds.

One day a young man was driving his sports car down a motorway at about 50 mph when all of a sudden a three legged haggis overtook him and stayed just in front of the sports car. The young man was a little head strong and decided he would overtake the haggis at 60mph. This he did and he also stayed just in front of the haggis. Then suddenly the haggis overtook him again at 70 mph. Well this overtaking action went on several times more until in the end the haggis overtook the sports car at 120 mph. but this time it turned off the motorway down a country lane and into a farmyard. The young man of course was following the haggis and ended up in the farmyard where the haggis had disappeared.

The young man noticed a farmer and immediately asked him if he had seen the three legged haggis,
The farmer replied " seen one ? I see hundreds a day because I breed them "
" really " said the young man " what do they taste like ?"
The farmer replied " I don`t know I have not caught one yet ".

Maurice G

Wayne the painter


Disappeared, Farmer, Farmyard, Haggis, Motorway, Scotland, Speeds, Sports Car, Young Man

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author avatar Maurice G
I am retired, have worked in the leisure industry for abpout 40 tears, I am married with 2 grown up biproducts.
In this trade I have met peoples from all over the world !

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author avatar Denise O
14th Apr 2011 (#)

Funny. I bet it tastes like chicken.LOL
Thank you for sharing.:)

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