Robert Burns is a Scottish poet and you can read all about him on wikipedia. I talked about going to the Burns Supper last Saturday and here are my photos from the event.
|Teh Bear and I before dinner had started.|
Not sure what's up with that face.
|Teh Monopoly and Mr. Kilt|
|Ladies from work and I.|
|The parading of the haggis included bagpipes.|
|Final part of the parade of the haggis|
|Toast to a love? I can't remember, but it was about love.|
|Haggis and Tatties!|
|Address to the Haggis.|
The blue thingy is supposed to be the haggis... I think.
It's quite hard to understand drunken, mostly old English, with a Scottish accent.
|The haggis got popped!|
|More haggis was discovered and delivered.|
|Very much inebriated on scotch at this point.|
He had made a face at me and whatever was in his teeth made it hilarious to me.
|A history of Robert Burns|
|HA. Not pregnant.|
JK. I don't like scotch enough to drink it straight from the bottle. Only the rumsy-rums.
|Toast to the Lassies|
|Toast to the Laddies|
|Speech from the host.|
|Supper has finally concluded... 5.5 hours after it started. WIN.|
|Oh, white boy.|
|The ladies trying to show (mostly) drunk people how to dance....|
Also, that lady in the middle = scariest lady I've ever encoutered in my life.
|Scotchin' it up!|
I'm not gonna lie, the Brits being at VX-1 has been one of the best thing for my love of formal events. They definitely know how to put on a good party, which is cause for me to dress up. If we're still in the area (or not far from) the area next year, we will probably try to attend since we had so much fun.