Halfway thru errands
basically, the longer the distance they have to transport cornish pasties from their place of origin (cornwall), the greater the risk that the convoy will be raided by pirates who, above all, crave their favourite meal: cornish pasties. at distances like the one between cornwall and scotland, the "pirate number" approaches 100%. it's basically an inevitability at that distance. no one's gonna risk that.
@pisscotheque sadly, scotland is the furthest point in the uk mainland from cornwall, so they simply can't transport the pasties here. it's a logistics issue basically.
@alex it's so sad when this happens. a problem without a solution. the pasties would go bad in the time it took for them to arrive in scotland in the horse drawn carriage used to transport them
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