History Creator / RobertBurns

30th Nov '15 10:04:33 AM FF32
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* UrExample: of MemeticMutation. When RichardDawkins introduced the concept in ''The Selfish Gene'', he illustrated it by reference to "Auld Lang Syne".

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* UrExample: of MemeticMutation. When RichardDawkins UsefulNotes/RichardDawkins introduced the concept in ''The Selfish Gene'', he illustrated it by reference to "Auld Lang Syne".
27th Sep '15 8:16:51 AM TheDoctor1996
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* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff]]: His works are extremely popular in Russia.

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* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff]]: GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: His works are extremely popular in Russia.
27th Sep '15 8:16:28 AM TheDoctor1996
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* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff]]: His works are extremely popular in Russia.
9th Jan '14 2:12:25 PM SuperTroper
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* IDontWantToRuinOurFriendship: ''Love in the Guise of Friendship''
8th Jan '14 4:58:31 AM Q4
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* SecondVerseCurse: "Auld Lang Syne" may be one of the most famous songs ever written, but few people know more than the first verse and refrain.
22nd Jul '13 9:19:02 PM Willbyr
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Even if you haven't heard of him, you've heard some of his stuff; he's one of those guys whose works have dissolved into collective memory. Unofficial New Year's Eve song "Auld Lang Syne" is his[[hottip:*:well, sort of - he claimed it was a pre-existing folk sing that he just wrote down and tidied up]]. He also wrote "To A Mouse", a line of which was pressed into service for Creator/JohnSteinbeck's novel ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen''. Another of his poems, "To A Louse", gave us the proverb

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Even if you haven't heard of him, you've heard some of his stuff; he's one of those guys whose works have dissolved into collective memory. Unofficial New Year's Eve song "Auld Lang Syne" is his[[hottip:*:well, his[[note]]well, sort of - he claimed it was a pre-existing folk sing that he just wrote down and tidied up]].up[[/note]]. He also wrote "To A Mouse", a line of which was pressed into service for Creator/JohnSteinbeck's novel ''Literature/OfMiceAndMen''. Another of his poems, "To A Louse", gave us the proverb
28th May '13 8:55:30 PM nombretomado
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Rabbie Burns! BonnieScotland's favourite poet; TheBard of Ayrshire; author of a poem called "Address To A Haggis". Yes, really.

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Rabbie Burns! BonnieScotland's Bonnie UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}'s favourite poet; TheBard of Ayrshire; author of a poem called "Address To A Haggis". Yes, really.
20th Dec '12 7:20:34 PM hagagaga
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* BadassBoast: "Scots Wha Hae" is one.
21st Nov '12 7:18:12 AM Aquila89
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Rabbie Burns! BonnieScotland's favourite poet; Bard of Ayrshire; author of a poem called "Address To A Haggis". Yes, really.

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Rabbie Burns! BonnieScotland's favourite poet; Bard TheBard of Ayrshire; author of a poem called "Address To A Haggis". Yes, really.
18th Oct '12 3:44:44 AM Q4
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* HotWitch: Nannie from ''Tam o' Shanter''.
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