The true answer to the question “What is a haggis?” This answer suggests that a haggis is a small four legged creature found in the Highlands of Scotland. The legs on one side of the creature are smaller than those on the other, which means that it can run around the side of hills easily at a level altitude: but it does mean that the haggis can easily be caught by running round the hill in the opposite direction, for the creature cannot turn round to escape. If it did so the difference in the length of its legs would cause it to lose stability and roll downhill, with fatal consequences.There is a left handed hill Haggis as well.
The Auld Yin.
Ps. this is whit wan gits up tae whin Red Bubble his popped it’s Bubble.