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food on planes

Inverkeithing...
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food on planes

im flying from edinburgh to east midlands can i take food through customs in my hand luggage

Lancashire, United...
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1. Re: food on planes

There's no customs when you're flying within the UK. If you mean security, yes you can but any liquids must conform to the liquids rule.

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Customs ?? The Scots havent had their referendum yet, LOL.

Inverkeithing...
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thanks leyland il be able to take my haggis with me

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4. Re: food on planes

You can buy haggis in England now, so you don't have to bring your own :)

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5. Re: food on planes

I thought your question was about food ;-)

Inverkeithing...
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haggis is food york

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Ah but the haggis are different they have 4 legs in Scotland, only 2 in England ...

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8. Re: food on planes

They have wings too here in Scotland, so obviously superior ;)

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pebbles, " ;-) " means I'm pulling your leg (not the haggis's, I've heard if you pull a haggis's leg it's eyes fall out). ;-)

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10. Re: food on planes

Is it true they live on hills in Scotland and have one leg shorter than the other?

Apparently they only walk or run clockwise so to catch them you chase them anticlockwise and they fall down the hill.