Just teasing you, gonna try haggis this summer in Scotland for the 1st time, how bad can it be?
I knew you were. Best wishes for your trip to Scotland. My parents and my brother have been there, but I've only been to London and environs, and to Northern Ireland, where OldTax-lady's cousins still live. Lots of biscuits and fish, but no haggis :-).
Um, try "really bad if you know what is is, merely too salty if you don't". And don't miss the blood pudding at breakfast either. It's not really pudding, it's more of a disc, kinda like McHash browns.
I went to Scotland for a family reunion last summer, I proposed to my bride on a mountain there. I was afraid of the cuisine, but was pleasantly surprised. A tour guide told me that much Scottish cuisine has been influenced by the French, due to their commnon enemy "those bastard Brits".
If you happen to be in the area of Inverness then give "Johnny Foxes Irish Pub & Restaurant" a try. They have the best haggis and neeps I've had with a really good whiskey sauce.
It's also a fun pub to chat with locals.