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Robbie Burns Night
Robbie Burns was a Scottish poet. Burns Night is an excuse to wear plaid, eat unusual things, do your best to mimic the bagpipes and work on your Scottish…
Happy Burns Night! When Robert Burns wrote this line it was like lots of his poetry highlighting the absurdity of class pretension but I read it now and it speaks to me about imposter syndrome. Why is it so hard to see ourselves as others see us? To be our own champions to allow ourselves to be brilliant and recognise our own achievements and not be embarrassed to say so! That Rabbie Burns was kinda smart right? Have a fab Friday night give yourselves a wee big up and enjoy your haggis neeps
The Britishness of Robert Burns
The birth on this day 25th January, 1759, of Robert Burns, Scotland's national poet. His birthday is celebrated as Burns Bight by Scotsmen all over the world. His poem Auld Lang Syne is often sung on New Year's Eve, or Hogmanay, as it is known in Scotland (The Dumfries Volunteers)