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Comic #4262

1 Adam: Here’s a pub. Let’s have some traditional Scottish food!
2 Adam: {sitting down} Hmmm... interesting menu.
3 Adam: {to server} Can we start with some powsowdie, then haggis, crappit heid, and black pudding. And for dessert, deep fried Mars bars.
3 Bartender: Aye.
4 Jamie: What’s this, “Jethart snails”?
4 Adam: Ugh, no, that sounds disgusting!

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Jethart snails are peppermint flavoured boiled lollies originating from Jedburgh (also known as Jethart in Scots) in Scotland. They are snail-shaped, but not actually snails, rather being approximately 100% sugar to any sufficiently accurate degree of precision, plus a trace of peppermint oil.

Given all of the food items mentioned in this comic, these would be my first choice.

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